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Additionally, there is an Uptown in Fort Worth:
I'll defer to the FTW agents for their expertise there.
I work as an Uptown Apartment Locator and represent families searching lease condo/ townhome/ hi rise.
1. Uptown from approx. area 1900 McKinney going North Blackburn area .
2. West of Central main streets are McKinney Avenue, Cole, Travis, State, Thomas
3. Name a few. buildings 1900 McKinney , The Glass House, The Ashton
4. West Village is part of Uptown some may separate out.
Usually walking distance or McKinney Trolley
Victory Park : AAC area, The Cirque , W Hotel , House of Blues
Downtown: Arts District or Apt Buildings in that area
Mockingbird Station: East of Central on Mockingbird
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Casey has done a great job of answering your question so there is no need to repeat it but I thought the link would be helpful. Cheers.
Uptown / Downtown / Victory Park / Oak Lawn
Uptown is just north of Downtown Dallas.
Somewhat of a new urban downtown type living...
Lots of rentals, some condos/townhomes for sale, shops, restaurants, some nightlife
if you call what we have nightlife. All ages welcome, but probably draws a mid20s-mid 30s
crowd for the most part.
Uptown is adjacent-to and north-of downtown Dallas, and is bordered by US 75 (Central Expressway) on the east, N Haskell Avenue on the northeast, Katy Trail on the northwest, Bookhout Street and Cedar Springs Road on the west, N Akard Street on the southwest and Spur 366 (Woodall Rodgers Freeway) on the south.
Uptown is a great place to live. Lots of shopping, restaurants and it is close to downtown Dallas. When the new park is finished between Uptown and Downtown it is going to awesome.