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    Dallas Real Estate A Little About Dallas

    DALLAS, TX

    Dallas extends through Collin, Denton, Kaufman, Rockwall and Dallas Counties. The estimated population in 2019 was at 1,343,573, making it the third most populated city in Texas, only behind Houston and San Antonio. Dallas is the core of the large Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, having a bit of everything!

    Dallas is the home to the American Airlines Center. The American Airlines Center is the host of the Dallas Mavericks as well as the Dallas Stars. The venue is also known for hosting world-renowned concerts and events. Easily accessible at Victory Plaza, there’s tons to do in walking distance the the arena- restaurants, bars, shops, hotels, and more!

    There are many notable neighborhoods to know about in Dallas.

    Downtown is continually growing with a beautiful arts scene, urban green spaces, fine dining and luxurious shopping. You’ll find the Dallas World Aquarium downtown- the perfect place to check out a wide array of animals and explore outdoor exhibits. The Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum opened a new, permanent home in a state-of-the-art 55,000 sqft building in 2019. The museum explores all human rights, other historic genocides and America’s own civil rights journey. And, you can’t miss one of the most recognizable buildings in the area- Reunion Tower. See the city from over 500 feet in the air at the observation deck and learn about Dallas’ landmarks, history, and more.

    Uptown has more than its fair share of shopping, nightlife, and dining destinations. This is where you’ll find Victory Plaza and the American Airlines Center, as well as the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. There’s tons of shopping to be had at West Village, as well as some outdoor time on the Katy Trail. You can find tons of incredible restaurants like Baboush, Malai Kitchen, Gemma, and tons more. The Rustic is also the ideal hangout- with tons of local drinks, incredible food and host to many nationally and locally recognized artists, you can spend an entire night in one place.

    Deep Ellum is a former warehouse district that has turned into the nightlife hotspot. Live music, bars and eateries make this unique neighborhood one to visit! The Bomb Factory, Trees, and The Door are just a few of the incredible live music locations to check out. You never know who might be strolling through.

     

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    Sources: 
    Wikipedia
    VisitDallas.com