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Part 1: 5 Areas to Move to When Searching for Dallas Apartments - Arts District

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Jun 30th, 2012

With the increased job growth and strong economy of the Metroplex, it’s no wonder the city has boomed in size, leaving many searching for Dallas, TX apartments. If you’ve recently moved to Dallas, finding the perfect apartments in Dallas, TX, whether uptown or downtown, doesn’t have to be difficult.The place to start when searching for Dallas, TX apartments can be summed up in one word: location.

Dallas has tons of boroughs to look into, such as Addison, Highland Park, University Park, The Arts District, The Historic District, M Streets, White Rock, Park Cities, Oak Cliff, Fair Park and those are just the big ones. Plus, you can’t forget there are uptown Dallas apartments that you’ll need to take note of, too. When you’re moving to somewhere new in city or coming from out of state to search for Dallas, TX apartments, you need to determine the area in which you’d like to live before anything else.

In this post, we’ll highlight one of the more stimulating areas of Dallas, the Arts District.

Dallas Arts District in Downtown Dallas

This vibrant part of the city is home to all the arts in the area (if you were unsure from its namesake) and it has everything from museums, to theatres, to gorgeous architecture. The Arts District is home to the renowned Winspear Opera House, the Dallas Museum of Art, the Meyerson Symphony Center and the new AT&T Performing Arts Center. So searching and living in apartments in Dallas, TX in this area would be a beautiful and cultural experience!

Artsy attractions are not the only the neat things about this area; this downtown Dallas area also has food trucks, which are relatively new for Dallasites. Some include Cup-Cakin’, The Butcher’s Son and The Crazy Fish. There are more that come daily, weekly and hourly that serve those who live in downtown Dallas apartments and houses in this area.

The Arts District is also home to delicious restaurants like Fedora, Jorge’s, Pyramid Restaurant & Bar and many more. It’s safe to say downtown Dallas apartment dwellers in this area have the added benefit of eating very well. Tempted you yet?

Are you searching for Dallas, TX apartments? If so, what area are you looking?

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