Discover Your Design District

In a city full of fascinating neighborhoods, the Dallas Design District has carved out an identity all its own! Eclectic, yet upscale. The Design District is a key piece of Dallas' cultural fabric comprised of its namesake interior design showrooms, art galleries, fine dining establishments, and, most recently, luxurious apartment homes and a vibrant live-work-play community.

  • Live

    Living in the heart of Dallas….the Dallas Design District….not only define where you live but how you live!  With convenient access to I-35 and the Dallas North Tollway, residents have convenient access to restaurants, loads of shopping and entertainment all within walking distance!  In addition, everyone is loving easy access to the new Trinity Strand Trail which is a brand new 2.5 mile outdoor trail.  We have several major employers as neighbors which are Fannie Mae, Children’s Medical Center, Methodist Dallas Medical Health Systems, JP Morgan Chase, American Airlines Center, and more!!  Living in the Design District provides a real sense of community and feel.  The residential properties all have state of the art amenities with alluring features such as one-acre rooftop parks that offer unique getaways with panoramic scenes of downtown Dallas!  As the Design District continues to expand to the west over the next few years, into the new and old Trinity Districts that abut the Trinity River, look for more residential and mixed-use development to come to fruition!

  • Work/Businesses

    The Design District has grown to become much more than the design industry, the area is now seeing its first apparel retailers who are selling everything from custom tailored men's suits to women's fashion. Slocum Street, sandwiched between Dragon to the west and Hi Line to the east, is internationally renowned for its antique shops which still define the street, but Slocum too has diversified in recent years away from predominantly French and classical antiques (although there are still plenty of those to choose from!), to also include mid-century modern furniture and just steps away on Howell Street, some of the coolest vintage and thrift shops in the city!

  • Play

    Art galleries have been migrating to Dragon Street and the farthest corners of the Design District for nearly a decade, making the area the epicenter of the gallery scene in the city, and a place for art lovers to find everything from French Impressionism painting to contemporary installation art. Entertainment options have diversified with the recent addition of a bowling alley and plans for a large outdoor entertainment facility on Irving Blvd. Long term plans orginally called for a boutique hotel and, strategically, we have just announce a Virgin Boutique Hotel to be constructed and to be open in 2018 at the corner of Turtle Creek and Hi Line Drive! In a few years, the Design District could very well undergo another significant change, but one thing is for sure, development doesn't look to be slowing down anytime soon. Let's play!


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