Urban · Historic · Eclectic · Hipster
West Dallas contains the well-known vast expanse between the towering Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge and the Continental Avenue pedestrian bridge. Linked to the past, but with an eye on the future, this once neglected neighborhood sprung back to life after undergoing an urban renaissance. At the center of it all is the addition of Trinity Groves, the largest revitalized area in the entire city.
The trendy and vibrant retail and restaurant center offers incredible eats, plus unbeatable views of the Dallas skyline. It also serves as an artist and entertainment destination, with great nightlife and luxury apartments galore. Older homes with deep West Dallas roots and long-term residents remain in the area as well, contributing to its varied character.
The West Dallas vibe can vary depending on where you go. Whether you are looking for a gritty dive or a shiny new hotspot, it’s all here. From downtown workers, to professionals and artists, one quality of West Dallas’ residents holds true: people who move here stay put, on average for 18 years.
Trinity Groves is the place to see and be seen in West Dallas. It affords inspiring new flavors, from seafood to barbecue to Tex-Mex, with lots of great shopping to boot! Also, the whole community gathers for a wide assortment of events, including open-air dance classes and mini rock climbing walls at The Continental Bridge, which entertain people of all ages.
Things to know
A huge lagoon and plenty of new housing, including 2,100 new apartment units, have been approved for a mixed-use development set on 31-acres just a mile west of Trinity Groves. This new development will bring a lot of activity and add to the community’s appeal with swimming, kayaking, and water yoga, all open to the public. Stay tuned!