Uptown-Downtown residents experience life in all directions. From vertical-living high rises with spectacular city views to street side patio dining where people watching is the number one past time, the Uptown-Downtown area exudes a vibrant energy unlike any other Dallas neighborhood. It is home to the internationally recognized Arts District, where any given day will offer entertainment choices that range from opera to outdoor performances, museums to musicals. It also houses the Booker T. Washington High School for the Performing and Visual Arts, where graduates Erykah Badu and Norah Jones once roamed the halls making music.
Everything is within easy reach in this urban oasis. With pedestrian friendly streets, the McKinney Avenue Trolley and the soon-to-be-open deck park connecting Downtown with Uptown, the many shops, restaurants, theaters and entertainment venues are just minutes away. A typical Friday night could mean a walk to Coal Vines for dinner, a Mavs game at the American Airlines Center or a stroll to the McKinney Avenue Contemporary or one of the many galleries tucked into Downtown.
Fresh Air—Built around multiple parks, greenbelts and the popular Katy Trail, the Uptown-Downtown area offers several verdant options for breathing room, thus creating a unique kind of “urb appeal.” Residents can be found biking to work, picnicking in Lee Park and walking their dogs in this animal friendly community.
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|2706 Turtle Creek Cir||$4,220,000|
|3901 Turtle Creek BLVD 2||$3,750,000|
|2278 Monitor ST||$2,795,000|
|2514 Converse St 2514-2||$2,595,000|
|4118 Rock Creek Drive||$2,400,000|
|2707 State ST||$2,285,000|
|4342 Cole AVE||$749,000|
|659 S Cesar Chavez Blvd||$560,000|
|4435 Rosewood AVE||$235,000|