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About Design District
The Design District sits in the Stemmons Corridor just southwest of Oak Lawn, with internationally significant Dallas Market Center to the north. The rough-around-the-edges area has been gentrifying around the 8-acre Decorative Center Dallas complex, transforming a relatively unknown neighborhood into an up-and-coming destination for restaurants and entertainment. The Trinity River Project extends from Oak Cliff into the Design District, creating numerous trails and green spaces along the river for inner city recreation and relaxation. You can't miss the striking silhouette of Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge designed by star architect Santiago Calatrava, with its magnificent arch and long spans reaching across the river from West Dallas toward downtown.
Read more about Dallas's Design District on Hipmunk's Design District Neighborhood Guide.
Oil barons and TV cowboys come and go, but Dallas just keeps getting bigger: another live music venue opens in historic Deep Ellum, another mansion goes up in North Dallas, another Art Deco landmark gets restored in Fair Park or Oak Cliff, another green business launches in Victory Park, and another trail winds along the Trinity River past Calatrava's elegant Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge.
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