Dallas Arts District

Live with art 24/7! There are more and more housing options than ever in the Dallas Arts District. High and mid-rise living options include the Lionel Morrison-designed One Arts Plaza and the crowning jewel of the Arts District, the 42-story tall Scott Johnson-designed Museum Tower.

The two buildings are on opposite ends of the district, with One Arts Plaza bounding the southeast end of the Dallas Arts District, and Museum Tower, the 15th tallest building in the Dallas skyline, at the southwest end. Both buildings are within walking distance to the Dallas Museum of Art, the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Wyly Theatre, the Winspear Opera House, the Dallas City Performance Hall, and the newest jewel of downtown, Klyde Warren Park.

Museum Tower is a purely residential building with 115 luxury condominiums inside its glass skin, while One Arts Plaza is a multi-use building with retail and restaurants on the ground floor, residential and commercial space above, and therefore has fewer residential floors throughout its 24 levels. Both buildings offer unparalleled views of downtown and the Arts District. But only Museum Tower can boast having THE most spectacular views of all Dallas and surrounding areas from it’s unique vantage point. There is no other building that compares.

It’s estimated that just 350 people call the Arts District home. That may seem like a tiny population, but with a new 26-floor residential tower on Ross Avenue in the works next to the Cathedral Shrine of the Virgin of Guadalupe, it may not be long before the Arts District reaches critical mass.

The restaurant choices are broadening, from the epicurean-level first floor at One Arts Plaza to new establishments springing up around Klyde Warren Park. Then there are the food trucks. In the Dallas Arts District, you’ll find plenty of culture and non-stop activity. You can take in a show at any one of the gorgeous venues, enhance your brain at any one of the art galleries, or head over to Klyde Warren Park for a game of frisbee and lunch. Since the park’s opening, more and more restaurants and shops are migrating from nearby Uptown to the Arts District area.

Of course, if you live at Museum Tower, you have a Concierge staff at your disposal and always happy to arrange food delivery from selected local restaurants.

The Dallas Arts District has been represented by District 14 Dallas City Councilwoman Angela Hunt, who has been a staunch advocate for more walkable communities and a vibrant Ross Avenue. And baby, it is happening! The Dallas Arts District is getting busier by the day. Dallas businessman Phillip Kingston won the run-off for Hunt’s seat. The Dallas Arts District is quickly becoming the most coveted neighborhood for anyone who wants to live in a growing, vibrant art center, right in one of the world’s greatest cities.

For more information about living in Museum Tower, contact the Museum Tower sales team.