If you’ve ever wanted to live in an urban setting or build a townhouse in a city like Dallas but aren’t sure if Dallas is the place for you then take a look at all the great things Dallas has to offer.
There’s a lot of great reasons to consider urban living in one the best cities in the state. Being close to all the action is a great reason but there are so many more reasons to consider building a townhome in and around Dallas.
First established in 1992 in an old warehouse near the Historic West End District in downtown Dallas was the first Dallas World Aquarium. Another warehouse was purchased in 1996 and renovated. The alley became the channel between the salt water exhibit and the fresh water exhibit. In 2000 the vacant lot was purchased and new construction began on what would become the Mundo Maya exhibit. The Dallas World Aquarium has been accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA) since 1997 and a member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA) since 2000. It’s a great place for families, schools and anyone who wants to learn more about our aquatic environment.
Dallas is a center for all of the worlds cultures, it is the great mixing pot. Just visit the Dallas Farmer’s Market to see all the different people mingling together over the freshest veggies, fruits, meats, and dairy. What started in the late 19th century as a few produce carts has turned into one the most well know farmers markets in the country.
Partake in delicious foods while soaking up Dallas history on the amazing food tasting and cultural walking tours of Food Tours of America. Arrive hungry, and eat your way through 125 years of old Uptown, Dallas. Uptown is considered the most walk friendly neighborhood in Dallas. It’s located just a mile north of downtown Dallas and just minutes from the convention center. All of the Food Tours of America are narrated and end in the West Village, a walkable, urban living, dining and shopping district in the heart of affluent Uptown Dallas.
Music Hall at Fair Park made it’s grand theatrical debut on October 10, 1925. The star of the show was the grand Hall itself, Spanish Baroque style with Moorish architectural influences. The hall was dedicated “to the good, the true and the beautiful”. The music hall is much more than just ballet, opera and music, the center provides a stunning venue for corporate meetings, black tie galas, and banquets.