Dallas is well known for a diversity of landscapes and an abundance of lovely neighborhoods. Over the past few years, more and more urban areas have stretched the city’s boundaries including the spacious Arts District, the cool and contemporary vibe in Uptown, Victory Park and across the Trinity River on the western edge of Dallas known as Trinity Groves.
Here are three of our favorite overlapping neighborhoods in Dallas’s red-hot real estate market, each with its own special charm, accessibility, and unique temperament.
Located just north of Dallas’s bustling central business district is picturesque Turtle Creek. Located along the lovely waterway and adjacent Turtle Creek Blvd. in the Oak Lawn section, the area is also home to a number of well-considered businesses and high-end real estate properties.
Known for its incomparable vertical living spaces such as The Mayfair, The Mansion, Vendome, and more, reaching into the Texas sky amidst lush green surroundings, condominiums around Turtle Creek represent a dedication luxurious living. The views from the ground, as well as the panoramic cityscapes and other scenes above the treetops in these high-rises, are simply sensational — Dallas’s version of English country living with an energized urban twist. Turtle Creek’s exclusive zip code is shared by many of the area’s most notable Dallasites including well-respected business executives, sports and entertainment figures, and a variety of discerning residents. Walkability, amenities, and easy access to favorites such as the Katy Trail, plus shopping, excellent dining, and dynamic arts and culture options make it unforgettable.
Characterizing Dallas’s latest urban growth sector with a few words is a tall order because it means so much to so many. Chic, contemporary and animated, Uptown connects historic points of the past with vibrant new energies to put residents in the middle of an increasing variety of exciting activities. With its streets bustling with young adventure seekers in the region’s eclectic bars, top restaurants, boutique shopping and entertainment venues, the work-play-live section has grown into an important slice of contemporary life. Some of the most luxurious living spaces in Dallas dot the landscape up and down McKinney Avenue, condominiums including The Residences at the Ritz Carlton, Blue Ciel, Azure and more.
Klyde Warren Park is a popular five-acre deck park which serves as a beautiful urban oasis in Uptown, perfect for recreational gatherings, concerts and a steady stream of outdoor activities. Its located near the popular Perot Museum of Nature and Science.Blending into adjacent zones, Uptown connects seamlessly to Victory Park, the Harwood District, Downtown Dallas and the Arts District. For major league sporting events, big name entertainment and other events, the American Airlines Center is just down the street.
As with many major metropolitan areas around the U.S., Big D has also experienced a rather significant resurgence in the center of the city. Downtown Dallas has a storied past and a bright future. It is home to the original Neiman Marcus as well as the recently completed sprawling headquarters campus of AT&T, known as the Discovery District. Upscale condominiums such as the Hall Arts Residences and Museum Tower, located on the edge of the area overlooking Klyde Warren Park and majestically rising above the 68-acre Dallas Arts District, are among the most celebrated living spaces in town. Other facilities in the Arts District include the spectacular Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, home of the celebrated Dallas Symphony Orchestra; the Winspear Opera House, which presents a steady stream of everything from pop to classical music, as well as the best in Broadway performance. It also serves as home to a variety of local performing arts companies such as The Dallas Opera, Dallas Theater Center, Dallas Black Dance Theatre, and more.
The luxurious character of Turtle Creek, Uptown’s energized attitude and the urban contemporary posture of Downtown Dallas are all exciting communities, perfect places to explore … and live!