Dallas offers many attractions which draw businesses and
to relocate to our fine city, such as the beautifully designed Dallas
Art’s District, offering thirteen new organizations and facilities such
as the Annette Strauss Artist Square, Margot and Bill Winspear Opera
House, Booker T. Washington School for the Performing and Visual Arts,
Dallas Museum of Art, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Symphony
Orchestra, the Trammell & Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art, and
many fine restaurants, outdoor concerts, and exhibits.
River Corridor Project is projected to be one of the greatest flood
protection projects which will create a world-class greenway and
revitalize the city. A variety of new modern condominiums and town
houses are being built around this area, and will be ready as soon as
late 2010, with a variety of designs and details for individual tastes.“There are many fine schools within the area ranking Exemplary for Texas schools standards.”
also highlighted that another great asset to the Dallas area is the
education system, with schools such as Highland Park Independent School
District (2008, ranked 15th in the entire nation), Talented and Gifted
school (2008, ranked 2nd in the nation), North Hill Prep (2008, ranked
18th in the nation), and many other fine schools within the area ranking
Exemplary for Texas schools standards.
When asked what the upcoming popular locations were for the Dallas area in 2010, Bo was quick to reply that one of the more popular areas is the ‘M-Streets’ District. Other areas around the DFW area that were popular were Southlake, Coppell, Plano, and Highland Park, much due to their exemplary school ratings.
The future of Dallas appears promising, with new construction, rail systems and infrastructure, incredible shopping, a new Cowboy’s Stadium, the Arts District, exemplary schools, amazing parks and recreational facilities throughout the DFW area, which together have all laid a good foundation for the recovery and future growth of the Dallas Real Estate market.
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