Did you know? Home to a lively nightlife, the frozen margarita machine was invented in Dallas, TX. Inspired by a Slurpee machine, Restaurateur Mariano Martinez converted a soft-serve ice-cream machine into a bartender's staple.
Dallas is Texas's ninth largest city with over 1.2 million residents and the fourth largest metropolitan area in the United States. Home to five professional sports teams, Dallas plays hard in every season. In addition to sports, the city offers a plethora of shopping centers, museums, cultural activities and economic development.
Check out some of the different neighborhoods Dallas has to offer. Downtown Dallas offers a variety of styles and sizes in every taste for apartment dwellers. Sports lovers can take in an NHL Dallas Stars game or enjoy the nightlife at hundreds of venues, ranging from casual to fine dining. The oldest and most historic neighborhood in Dallas is home to Baylor University. Northeast Dallas is a cultural hub for jazz lovers in Deep Ellum and nature lovers at White Rock Lake. Home to Dallas campuses for the University of Texas and Texas A&M, North Central Dallas serves college students and their families. Surrounded by rich heritage, this area has strong ties and is just minutes away from the inner suburbs of Dallas. The Uptown neighborhood is a thriving upscale community featuring luxury apartments with many amenities. Residents will enjoy the fine art and antiques that can be found in around every corner as this community offers a multitude of galleries and theaters.