Urban life is alive and well in Dallas’ Main Street District. It runs along Main, Elm, and Commerce bordered by Lamar and Harwood Streets. Currently there is $4B in development happening Downtown.
Urban dwellers play an integral role in the District’s success, living in revitalized spaces in historic buildings.
The Statler boasts the speakeasy-styled Bourbon & Banter and breathtaking panoramic views of Waterproof. CBD Provisions, Dallas Chop House adjacent to Main Street Garden, and spin-off Chop House Burger are anchors.
The Woolworth is chef-driven fare in a former five and dime store, and Queso Beso was named among the most exciting new restaurants of 2019 by the Dallas Morning News. Fashionable shopping at Forty Five Ten is another catalyst in the area.
The march in and around Downtown Dallas is real. And making waves all over America.