is a popular residence for many young professionals, and for those that enjoy a
vibrant lifestyle.Â The area features
many trendy residential lofts and the urban lifestyle is unmatched by many
areas in Dallas.Â The convenience is
unmatched, and residents are able to walk nearly everywhere, including to and
from work, stopping at the laundry on the way home, or the local watering hole,
walk to the grocery store, and community amenities.Â
Most dwellings in
the community have only one or two bedrooms and the median age of residents is
30 years old.Â Luxury high rises,
apartments, condos and lofts are in the thousands and thousands more are in
The area features
many districts, which include:Â
Dallas is at the heart of Dallas city. The No1. tourist destination in Texas.
Downtown encompasses eight key Districts which are full of life though some of
them go to sleep early, each District forms a hub for some specific activity
including but not limited to commercial and residential.
following Districts are found in Downtown:
The Art District
is the home of fine and performing arts in Dallas. Live performances are what
you will find here. Some of the renowned threat groups in the world perform in
this District; here you will also find well known artists displaying their
wares. It is the home for the Crow Collection of Asian, Meyerson Symphony
Center, Dallas Museum of Art, Art and Nasher Sculpture Center. This is
basically an entertainment District.
City Center District
strategically located offering an ideal commercial step up. The District is
home to notable structures like Bryan Towers and Thanks giving square. It is
majorly a commercial District.
Convention Center District
Located to the
south of Downtown Dallas and well endowed with high quality entertainment
spots. The District is connected with a good rail network and road network. It
major attractions are Dallas Convention Center and Pioneer Plaza.
Farmers Market District
This is the home
to the Farmers Market in Dallas, where fresh farm produce is sold. The market
allows three kinds of sellers to conduct their business, namely local farmers,
produce and wholesale dealers.
offices are found here. This is where the Dallas City Hall, the J. Erik Jonsson
Central Library are to be found. Additionally the United States Bankruptcy,
Magistrate Courts and United States Attorney office are also housed in this
District. It is basically a commercial District.
Main Street District
has been the center of Dallas city. It is the commercial hub of Dallas city
that is interspersed with residential estates.
Home to the
Reunion Arena and Reunion Tower, which is found on the west of Downtown. The
District is well developed with a good network of roads and railway system.
There are commuter trains, and regional trains that take you across the state
West End Historic District
of the oldest Districts of the city of Dallas which hosts some of the most
popular hotels, and restaurants, offering a fantastic nightlife.
All the districts of the city have zones that
have been set aside for schools and other social amenities. Your will
definitely find a school that is close to your home that fits your description
of an ideal school for you child.