Open the door for Uptown Dallas real estate with the help of Allie Beth Allman & Associates.
Call on Allie Beth Allman & Associates to answer any of your Uptown Dallas real estate questions about the best available living spaces within the area north of downtown Dallas. Uptown is a mecca for those seeking a truly urban lifestyle, as opposed to the more suburban neighborhoods of University Park and Preston Hollow. Within walkable distance from some of Dallas' most popular shopping, dining and entertainment venues, this neighborhood brings the real estate term "convenience" to a new level.
McKinney Avenue is also host to many more popular restaurants, retail stores and nightlife hotspots. With a home in the Uptown area, residents find that they have the best parking spot in town.
Uptown features new apartment complexes, high-rise residences and condominium communities as well as single family homes with modern architecture. All are within easy reach of the popular Katy Trail, a 3.5-mile scenic, tree-canopied running, walking and biking path that leads right to master-planned commercial district Victory Park and popular concert and sports venue the American Airlines Center.
But it’s not just all shopping and eating in Uptown. The Uptown Dallas area has also attracted a modern breed of working professionals and urban lovers, who crave the walkability living in the heart of the city affords. Upscale condominiums, high-rise residences and new apartments dot the landscape near Turtle Creek Boulevard, Knox Street and McKinney Avenue. But steps away from bustling streets and vibrant nightlife destinations, you’ll discover single family homes, perfect for established families and couples.
Residents who crave a change in transportation can hop on the McKinney Trolley for a nostalgic tour of the neighborhood. More traditional public transportation is available via the DART Cityplace/Uptown Station. Between the two, many residents find that they rarely need to use their vehicles.
Popular neighborhoods in the Uptown area include West Village, McKinney Avenue and State-Thomas.