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Creativity Meets Elegance at AMLI Design District

Dec 14th, 2015

The Design District has undergone several rebirths since it was reclaimed from the Trinity River early in the 20th century. Today, it’s considered one of the most up-and-coming neighborhoods in Dallas. Food, shopping, and entertainment offerings make the Design District a convenient and exciting place to live, and AMLI is proud of its presence in the neighborhood.

At AMLI Design District, amenities are abundant and views spectacular. Here is a little more about what you can expect from living in an AMLI Design District apartment.

Thoughtfully Designed Apartment Interiors

The first thing one notices when walking into an AMLI Design District apartment are the floor-to-ceiling windows. Depending on the level and the direction the apartment faces, views may include the downtown Dallas skyline, the city’s lush parkland, or the open Texas sky. But these views are only the beginning.

Four different design schemes give residents considerable control over the colors and patterns covering the surfaces in their apartments. Kitchens in every unit are equipped with Italian-inspired, self-closing cabinetry; granite countertops; beautiful backsplashes; hand-scraped hardwood floors; and Frigidaire appliances. Spacious, walk-in showers are standard and spa-style baths make starting your day easy and ending it relaxing. Select apartments also boast Jacuzzi tubs, access to a private roof terrace with a charming fire pit, and sweeping views of the Dallas skyline.

World-Class Community Amenities

When it comes to amenities, AMLI Design District is stacked. A resort-style, infinity-edge pool has an underwater sound system that offers a unique swimming experience. An all-inclusive fitness center boasts inspiring views of Trinity Overlook Park that can help bring your workout to a new level. A business and conference center can help you be productive when you need to work from home but don’t want to be distracted. An outdoor relaxation and reading area provides a great outlet for meditation and seeking balance. An on-site Primo’s Restaurant offers at-your-fingertip access to Tex-Mex cuisine.

Prime Location

Primo’s restaurant, which shares an address with AMLI Design District, is the closest of many restaurants in the vicinity of the Design District apartments. From authentic pizza to spicy Thai food, the neighborhood’s restaurants dish up first-rate cuisine of all varieties. The neighborhood’s art and design galleries, including several antique showrooms, are some of the most praiseworthy in the city. The presence of a bowling alley further contributes to the Design District’s entertainment offerings as does restaurants such as The Meddlesome Moth and Ascension. Access to I-35 and Dallas North tollway makes getting anywhere, from Plano to Love Field and DFW Airport to Fort Worth, a breeze (in good traffic, anyway). And downtown Dallas is a five-minute drive.

Pet-Friendly Environment

Well-behaved pets are welcome at AMLI Design District. Katy Trail, where leashed dogs can roam alongside their owners, are both within walking distance of the luxury Dallas Design District apartments. On rainy days and when you don’t feel like walking the dog to the park, an all-weather pet promenade ensures your furry friend can still get exercise without getting muddy and wet.

AMLI Design District is proud to offer all this and more. If you haven’t explored the Design District, plan an afternoon or evening shopping, dining, bowling, or reveling in the neighborhood’s green space. It’s the best way to find out whether the neighborhood is the next place you’d like to call home.

Are you familiar with what the Dallas Design District has to offer? Leave a comment to share your favorite aspects of the neighborhood.

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