After moving into one of the apartments in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas, you'll be situated right in the heart of the buzzing metropolis, surrounded by areas of commerce and industry, residential side roads, fine dining establishments and artistic enclaves. There, you can walk to one of the local parks or hop on a train to go tailgating at a Cowboys or Rangers game. The dynamic community affords you the fast action of a cosmopolitan environ, yet it also offers a warm and nurturing environment that's perfect for raising the family.
The Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas, rentals are near a variety of attractions that cater to a wide audience of people. For those who enjoy classical music, there's the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, where you and your loved ones can dress your best and attend renditions of Frédéric Chopin, Franz Schubert and Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky's works. If movies are more your idea of great entertainment, there's the Dallas Angelika Film Center, which screens independent films that you won't be able to see in commercial theaters. Some other notable hotspots that make great weekend arts and culture destinations include the Winspear Opera House, the Crow Collection of Asian Art and the Magnolia Theater.
If you work outside of the city and need to commute to work, you can take one of the two main thoroughfares, Interstate 30 and Highway 75, which intersect just a short drive away from the apartments for rent in Deep Ellum, Dallas, Texas. For local travel, you can always use the Dallas Area Rapid Transit system, which has fast and affordable bus and train lines that run for inexpensive fares. Of course, there's no better way to experience the city than by biking through it. For all of your cycle needs, head to Dallas Bike Works on Lawther Drive, Oak Cliff Bicycle Company on Bishop Avenue or Transit Bikes on Greeneville Avenue.
You can always have fun in the sun and get a breath of fresh air at one of the close by parks. Main Street Garden Park is a scenic retreat that's surrounded by tall downtown buildings. For great walking terrain, you can take a jaunt over to Reverchon Park, which has paved walking paths that cut through swaths of coniferous trees and large spreads of grass.