Dallas Arts District Real Estate
Allie Beth Allman and Associates offers prime real estate in the Dallas Arts District.
The bustling 68-acre region known as Dallas Arts District is the envy of major metropolitan areas across the United States.
Other venues include Annette Strauss Artist Square, Dallas Museum of Art, Moody Performance Hall, and the magnificent Nasher Sculpture Center, which boasts the largest collection of outdoor pieces in one place anywhere on earth.
It is a rare opportunity to open your door to Broadway’s finest, world-class cultural events and a wealth of opportunities for once-in-a-lifetime arts experiences, that are just a stone's throw away. The Dallas Arts Districtis bordered by St. Paul Street and Ross Avenue as well as major thoroughfares Woodall Rodgers Freeway and Central Expressway.
Klyde Warren Park is an urban oasis within walking distance of those living within the modern high-rise apartments and luxury condominiums in the area.
The popular 5.2-acre park spans across the Woodall Rodgers Freeway below, offering lush green landscapes and activities that are accessible year-round. The park's eclectic food trucks are always popular quick stops.
There is also a variety of elegant fine dining options, such as Perry’s Steakhouse & Grill and Fearing’s, in the area. As for the park, there is a creative water feature, the Muse Family Performance Pavilion, a dog park, children's zone and a constant variety of games, concerts, shows and events.
Popular cultural hotspots include the Meyerson, home to the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and the Dallas Museum of Art, which present a steady stream of star-studded performances and exhibitions. Both destinations make for a first-rate date night or a family excursion, and always provide a creative infusion of culture to break up the workweek or occupy a weekend.
The Dallas Arts District also boasts an impressive set of schools in the Dallas Independent School District. Children may attend nearby W.B. Travis Vanguard Academy and Booker T. Washington Performing and Visual Arts High School, which are public schools. First Baptist Academy and Pegasus School of Liberal Arts & Sciences also offer education opportunities, making the area even more attractive to families.
Working professionals enjoy being close to Downtown Dallas, as a wealth of high-profile companies have offices within walkable distance from the Arts District’s residential real estate.
The area is also convenient to the Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) public transportation system, which makes trips to and from Victory Park, a popular destination for trendy restaurants and retail outlets, as well as spots up and down McKinney Avenue and in the Harwood District.
The American Airlines Center is home of the Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Stars, as well as large regularly scheduled large scale concerts with a variety of styles and top name performers. Next door is Victory Park’s fabled House of Blues, which features big name entertainers in a smaller, more intimate setting.
For those seeking a savvy urban lifestyle in an area that cultivates culture and entertainment, while promoting the arts in every available medium, the Dallas Arts District is the location you have been looking for.