The amenities available downtown are as diverse as the real estate offerings. Whether you prefer to rent a high-rise apartment with stunning city views, a loft with plenty of space and versatility, or an apartment in a community packed with amenities, you’ll find it downtown. You’ll also discover numerous reasons to venture forth from your apartment and explore everything this dynamic city has to offer. One of the best things about living here? You can get practically anywhere downtown on foot or light rail.
Urban living is experiencing a huge resurgence in the Big D for good reason: It allows for an outstanding quality of life, regardless of your particular interests.
Nearby Neighborhoods: Deep Ellum, Victory Park, Uptown
The Dallas metropolitan area is the nation’s seventh largest, and Dallas is the beating heart of this area of 6.8 million residents. It goes without saying that when you live downtown, you will be in the midst of the hottest bars, clubs and live-music venues. Party with thousands of your besties at the American Airlines Center, or get up close and personal with the band at The City Tavern or Eddie Deen’s Ranch. Get your drink on in upscale fashion at Parliament, or hit a dive bar like OE Penguin on Main. Variety, friends, is the spice of life. Downtown Dallas delivers in spades.
The history of Downtown Dallas and the ups & downs in the market over the years have created quite a unique mix of urban apartments to choose from. You'll find architecture ranging from Gothic Revival to I. M. Pei modern. Whether you're looking for a traditional mid-rise apartment, an expansive loft or a modern high-rise apartment, Downtown delivers. With access to Deep Ellum, Victory Park, Uptown, The Arts District, The Cedars & West Dallas, Downtown is a convenient location for the true city experience.
Where culture meets city, the Arts District has been developed to bring all of Dallas' most valuable collections & musical events into a 70 acre sub-section of Downtown. Here, you'll find the Meyerson Symphony Center, Winspear Opera House, Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, and the AT&T Performing Arts Center.
Whether you’re on a budget or prefer to live it up, or whether you prefer quaint and cozy cafes or upbeat, trendy hotspots, rest assured downtown Dallas is ground zero for cuisine of all kinds. Presented with well over 100 options, you’ll never run out of new places to try. You’ll find Café Strada, a blink-and-you’ll-miss-it Italian street café known for gelato, paninis and frittatas served with a side of Texas-sized hospitality. On the other end of the spectrum you’ll find sushi staple Nobu Dallas (inside the Hotel Crescent Court) and the new Water Grill, an upscale seafood house with an outstanding patio.
Y.O. Steakhouse & CBD Provisions continue to be two of the top-rated restaurants in Downtown. In addition to these staples, you can find a number of wine bars, tex-mex, cocktail bars and an enjoyable dining or late-night experience for any occasion.
A crown jewel of downtown is the 5.2-acre Klyde Warren Park. This unique greenspace towers over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway (between Pearl and St. Paul Streets.) Here you can kick around the soccer ball; sip and stroll; enjoy free yoga classes and concerts; play ping pong, putt-putt, chess or checkers (also free); and sample the hippest food truck offerings. This clean, patrolled, always bustling urban hotspot guarantees you’ll never be far from affordable fun when you live downtown.