From the latest research and educational opportunities, to people helping people, the Medical District consists of a community of givers, healers, and vetted professionals.
Modern · Educated · Professional · Driven · Practical
Riddled with upscale apartment homes, new construction offerings, and remodeled single-family homes, the Medical District is a prized area of Dallas, providing an inviting community to the Doctors, nurses, and professionals who work and live here. UT Southwestern Medical Center, Parkland Memorial Hospital, which is famous for treating President John F. Kennedy, and the Children’s Medical Center anchor the neighborhood.
People here enjoy sleek, modern apartments and mid-rises close to healthcare centers and the World Trade Center. The area also offers proximity to DART and rail stations for easy transportation. Dallas Love Field is close by, and you can get to major entertainment districts like Uptown, Trinity Groves, and the Design District in a snap.
The Medical District feels sleek and modern, characterized by a driven and intellectual vibe. Many of the residents keep odd hours and remain consistently on duty as they shuffle in and out of scrubs. This keeps the neighborhood moving and shaking with comfortable diners and late night spots to grab a bite. People are always on the go here, and when it’s time to unwind, they take advantage of their favorite local spots, or venture out to the trendy bars, eateries, and parks nearby.
Our Favorite Spots
Hall’s Honey-Fried Chicken is a cult-favorite sprouting up in the Medical District with an owner who hails from a famous Dallas chicken family. Social Pie, is a must-try pizzeria, using only the finest ingredients with combinations that patrons rave about. Blues Burgers sells the best onion rings and burgers around! And, don’t miss the brunch and mimosas at the Original Market Diner.
Things to know
You will find a friendly but practical community here. Whether studying for an exam, or pulling an all-nighter in the ER, people come and go at all hours of the day and night. There is a Starbucks and getting groceries is easy, thanks to the neighborhood Kroger. Best of all, downtown Dallas awaits a mere five minutes away.