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Inside and out, life at Windsor at Turtle Creek means you are rooted in the best this city has to offer. The grandeur. The history. The modernization. The charm. Day after day, you’ll experience the most enchanting settings in Dallas.
Immediate northeast of downtown, this 125-year-old neighborhood has undergone a dynamic revitalization. This chic area includes dozens of restaurants, boutiques, spas, galleries and upscale shopping destinations. McKinney Avenue forms Uptown’s main street and the McKinney Avenue Trolley connects Uptown to the Downtown Arts District.
One of Dallas’ newest hot spots for shopping, dining and entertainment. Home to the Magnolia Theater, which supports independent film and arts. Nestled at the northern tip of popular Uptown, you can take the M-Line Streetcar for free to this great new neighborhood for fashion, fine jewelry, food and fun.
The Dallas Arts District is the largest urban cultural district in the country. This 19-block area near downtown Dallas is home to many world-renowned performing and visual arts organizations including the Crow Collection of Modern Art, Dallas Museum of Art, Meyerson Symphony Center and Nasher Sculpture Center, among others. It is the future home of the Dallas Center for the Performing Arts that is now under construction.
This former warehouse district immediately east of downtown is the Dallas headquarters for live music. In addition to Blues, the area swings with everything from jazz to alternative beats. Among the 42 clubs and numerous restaurants are shops and galleries where clothing and jewelry often double as works of art. Think New Orleans and southern So-Ho, and you get the picture of Deep Ellum.