Uptown Dallas is one of the nations top urban development districts with two dozen + high rise residential towers in development. As a result of zoning changes and continued strong demand, the new High rise residential buildings will have approximately 6,000 units in addition to the prolific new urban multi-family developments.
The urban district is new to Dallas, walkable, and urbane.
A new definition of urban style for the Southwest.
West Village is at the center of Dallas Urban Renaissance, with approximately 50,000 new residential units in the last decade.
F & B sales average $1000psf and over half of the top grossing establishments are located within one square mile of Uptown.
The Uptown District is served by three DART lines as well as Historic Metal Track McKinney Avenue Trolleys.
New metal track trolleys have been integrated with the urban rail system.
Uptown has the highest multi-family rents in DFW, office rents, and the top hospitality ADR and hotel occupancy rates.
Uptown and Downtown Dallas collectively, have over two dozen announced hotels.
Klyde Warren Park has strategically connected Downtown, the Arts District & Uptown.
Nationally significant in town neighborhoods further enhancing Uptown Dallas:
M streets/Lower Greenville
Noted Spanish neofuturistic architect, Santiago Calatrava, has designed two dramatic bridges to the Dallas cityscape.
Aside from their striking architecture and presence, they functionally link Downtown Dallas and Oak Cliff - greatly contributing to the revitalization of a good portion of Dallas' largest in-town neighborhood.