Industrial · Chic · Buzzy · Contemporary
The Design District is one of Dallas’ most-loved gems. This industrial-chic neighborhood sits just two miles northwest of Downtown and offers residents an array of artful living. Fine dining, antique shops, and art galleries, plus high-end interior design showrooms fill the landscape. Dallas Market Center, lauded as the most complete wholesale marketplace in the world, calls the Design District home.
It welcomes more than 400,000 visitors from around the world every year. In the Design District, you will pick from over 365 retail and dining options, from the weirdly eclectic, to the upscale and high-end. Luxurious apartment homes offer residents a posh lifestyle at the center of it all. Easy highway access and a prime position close to Downtown make the Design District a fantastic place to live.
A cool and collected vibe permeates the streets as the Design District continues to grow, attracting industrious shop owners, interior designers, creatives, and entrepreneurs alike. Tree lined streets, hip art installations, and access to premier shopping and dining put this neighborhood on the map. Think refined, yet eclectic, a stark contrast to the glitz and glam of the Park Cities.
It’s all about the galleries here. Top picks include PDNB Gallery for photo-based art and SITE131 for both new and local artists. Pop into F. is For Frank and Lula B’s for vintage clothing and furniture finds, and don’t miss The Charles, a Design District favorite for Italian inspired eats, wine, and cocktails.
Bowlounge is where you take your friends for a night of boozing and bowling in a funky warehouse. But, you can also make a night of it at the lively Medieval Times for tongue-in-cheek pageantry.
Things to know
Arts and culture combine in the Dallas Design District. This fabulous, conveniently located neighborhood changes continuously, making it ideal for intellectuals and creatives who thrive in a variety-filled environment.
Keep an eye out for the Design District to blossom in the coming years with more events and openings alongside low-maintenance apartment homes and high rises.