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Civic Center

Home to the new Omni Dallas Hotel and the Dallas Convention Center, one of the largest convention centers in the country, the Civic Center is the regional hub of many landmark destinations. Here you’ll find Dallas City Hall, Earle Cabell […]

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Dallas Arts District

As the largest contiguous urban arts district in the nation, the Dallas Arts District includes the AT&T Performing Arts Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Crow Collection of Asian Art, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, City Performance Hall, Nasher Sculpture Center, […]

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Dallas Farmers Market

Anchored by the Dallas Farmers Market, which has been providing the people of Dallas with fresh produce and landscaping materials for more than six decades, the Dallas Farmers Market District encompasses a large area bounded by Jackson Street, North Central […]

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Deep Ellum

Boasting a storied past and unique atmosphere, Deep Ellum hosts an array of nightclubs, diverse restaurants, performance venues, art galleries and creative office spaces. With historic buildings, small blocks and tight grid street work, Deep Ellum combines a vibrant entertainment […]

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Design District

As one of Dallas’ most successfully branded destinations, the Design District consists of more than 300 specialty merchants offering a unique selection of art, furnishings, antiques and designer goods. More than an attraction for interior designers, the Design District consists […]

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Exposition Park

Home to several eclectic bars and restaurants.
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Harwood

The District of Harwood was established in 1984 with the opening of the Rolex building, Uptown Dallas’ first office development. Developed by globally acclaimed Harwood International, Harwood currently showcases more than two million square feet of premier class AA office, […]

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Main Street District

The Neiman Marcus flagship store, Comerica Bank Tower, The Joule Dallas, Magnolia Hotel Dallas, The Adolphus and numerous restaurants all combine to form the central space known as the Main Street District. With landmarks such as Main Street Garden, Belo […]

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Old East Dallas

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Reunion District

The Reunion District is widely known for two primary landmarks: Reunion Tower and Union Station. Reunion Tower, one of Dallas’ most iconic symbols, includes Five Sixty, a fine-dining restaurant by the infamous Wolfgang Puck. Union Station is a hub for […]

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Riverfront District

As the front door to the Trinity River (Downtown Dallas’ greatest asset), the Riverfront District has created the most significant change to the city’s skyline with the construction of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge, designed by internationally renowned architect and […]

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The Cedars

Home to a range of industries, affordable housing options, living space and creative office space, The Cedars neighborhood is where you’ll find Dallas Heritage Village (a living history museum), American Beauty Mill lofts and the popular annual Cedars Open Studios […]

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Trinity Groves

Central to the Trinity Groves project is the Restaurant Concept Incubator program, which encourages chefs and restaurateurs to create and present unique restaurant concepts to a team of experienced restaurateurs who will then support them to bring their ideas to […]

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Uptown

The Uptown district has experienced tremendous growth and change in recent years, transforming it from a low-rise, sleepy residential area to a bustling urban district. It’s here that you’ll find a wide mix of apartments, condos and townhouses, as well […]

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Victory Park

Victory Park is home to one of Downtown’s most recognizable sporting venues, the American Airlines Center, where you can see the World Champion Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars. This 75-acre district offers luxurious urban living, dining, sophisticated nightlife, and office […]

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West End Historic District

With many of Downtown Dallas’ most visited destinations, the West End Historic District is one of our most famous sites. Complete with The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, Dallas World Aquarium, Old Red Museum and Market Street, and surrounded […]

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