In the Dallas art world, 2007 loomed as the year of the Dragon. Some called it an exodus, others an explosion.
Galleries by the dozen stampeded out of Uptown to the funky warehouse district on or near Dragon Street, just a few miles east of the Trinity River. Stung by the escalating prices of Uptown, gallery owners began to seek lower prices and bigger spaces in the arty isolation of the Design District. But now, it, too, has gotten so popular that galleries are once again taking flight, a few blocks to the north and west.
Hello, Levee Street.