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West End Historic District, Dallas, TX

Apartments in West End Historic District, Texas

Dallas has one of the most dynamic pasts in the entire U.S. Founded in the mid 19th century, it's been a budding metropolis since then, growing exponentially in size and attracting big business, major sports teams and droves of families and single folks to its city center. It's no wonder that the apartments in West End Historic District in Dallas are such a great place to live. From the gorgeous Union Station - built in the early 20th century - to Belo Garden and Kylde Warren Park or American Airlines Center, which opened in 2001, there's plenty of both old and new Dallas to see.

Recreation

The West End Historic District of Dallas is also commonly known as the city's landmark district. Check out the National Register of Historic Places and you'll find various locations around your new apartment on the list for Dallas. Looking for fun? Head to the West End Marketplace, or you can check out the famous restaurants in the Deep Ellum district nearby. Almost anywhere you want to go is only a quick walk, bike ride or DART stop away!

Looking for some peace and quiet? There are plenty of gorgeous parks in downtown historic Dallas, but you can also take a trip to Greenwood Cemetery or Trinity River Greenbelt Park if you feel the need to get away for a bit.

Prefer a quiet indoor locale? Check out the Dallas Museum of Art, with its world-famous collections and peaceful galleries.

Education

Dallas is well-known for having a fantastic school district, and you'll find plenty of great elementary, middle and high schools to send your kids to. But the area is also filled with great private and charter schools. Consider First Baptist Academy or Laureate Preparatory School, for instance.

And Dallas is flush with excellent schools of higher learning, so don't hesitate to pursue a degree yourself!

Transportation

Being in downtown Dallas, you're in a prime spot to take advantage of the city's celebrated DART public transit system. Of course, if you want to travel further afield, you can hop on a plane at either of the city's main airport hubs, Dallas-Fort Worth International or Dallas Love Field. And Union Station - right by your neighborhood - is more than just a beautiful building. You can catch trains from here to locations throughout Texas and the Southwest!

Education

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Water/Sewer

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