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A large area that follows McKinney Avenue from just North of Downtown along 75 Central Expressway North to Knox Henderson. This thriving area features many mid-rise and some high-rise apartments within walking distance to dining, shopping, and entertainment. A free trolley runs up McKinney Avenue from downtown to the West Village.

Knox Henderson

At the North end of Uptown, Knox-Henderson is a great neighborhood if you like to leave your car at home and walk to the many restaurants, retail, and entertainment options. The Katy Trail, great for running, roller blading, or biking, runs right past the neighborhood.  Henderson Avenue is one of Dallas' new hotspots for dining and drinking.

West Village

A little piece of New York City in Uptown Dallas. Popular restaurants, and retail including a bookstore, and the Magnolia Theater, are on the ground floor with apartments and condos above. You can walk to it all, take the McKinney Avenue Trolley, or catch the train at the Cityplace Dart station. The Katy Trail runs right past the West Village as well.


The center of the LGBT community in Dallas with many gay owned, and gay friendly restaurants and businesses. The area is experiencing a growth spurt with new condos and luxury apartments, and businesses. Apartment prices vary and include some of the most affordable in the area as well as some of Dallas’ most upscale within walking distance to hotspots.


Downtown Dallas has experienced an exciting revival over the last few years. Beautiful historic buildings are being converted into lofts and new luxury apartments for those wanting the uncommon and unordinary. New upscale restaurants, Ultra lounges, and business are opening to join the Neiman Marcus flagship store. There's even a full service urban grocery for your convenience.

Deep Ellum

Just east of Downtown Dallas, Deep Ellum is a unique, historic neighborhood with plenty of restaurants, bars, galleries and local businesses.  The Deep Ellum Arts Festival is a yearly event and on any given weekend you can find something interesting to do including listening to live music and dining out of gourmet food trucks.  Dart Rail can take you from the Deep Ellum Station to Downtown in just minutes.  The area features a range of loft spaces from industrial hard lofts to newer upgraded soft lofts.

Design District

Home to artist studios, galleries, and antique shops. The design district is a quieter neighborhood featuring new apartments and lofts bordering Oaklawn and Downtown.


Dallas’ newest urban neighborhood. Home to the American Airlines Center where the Dallas Mavericks, and Stars play. Upscale mid and high-rise apartments put you within walking distance to restaurants and concerts at the House of Blues or a drink at the Ghost Bar atop the W Hotel. A little less walkability than in some other neighborhoods, but you are within walking distance to the West End and very close to downtown.

West End

An historic district literally at the West end of downtown. Still with an urban downtown feel, but more on a low-rise, human scale. There are several restaurants in the district, and you are a short walk to House of Blues for dinner and a concert.

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