Parks for Downtown Dallas

 

Parks for Downtown Dallas is a nonprofit foundation whose goal is to establish four new, major downtown parks. Thanks to the passing of the 2017 bond package, which Dallas voters overwhelmingly approved, we’re proud to create Pacific Plaza, Carpenter Park, Harwood Park and West End Square in the heart of Downtown Dallas. Join us in our mission to change the face of downtown and ensure our great city enjoys great parks!

 

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The History of Deep Ellum

The neighborhood of Deep Ellum sits just east of US 75 and about a mile from Downtown Dallas. Home to a number of music and entertainment venues — plus bars, restaurants, nightclubs and more — this bustling section of the city has its own unique identity and a rich...
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Celebrating Earth Day 2019 in Dallas

On April 22, the world will celebrate Earth Day, a holiday dedicated to environmental protection and honoring all the natural wonders of the planet. Earth Day was founded in 1970 and is now celebrated in over 193 countries and countless cities worldwide, including...
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Easter Brunch Spots Around Dallas

Brunch is the perfect weekend excuse to slow down and connect with loved ones over a huge plate of your favorite foods. A holiday brunch makes that tradition even more special. If you’re looking for a fantastic brunch experience to celebrate upcoming Easter Sunday,...
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The History of the Dallas Streetcar

The Dallas streetcar system we know today runs between Downtown and Oak Cliff, stretching almost 2.5 miles via the Houston Street Viaduct. Though the line will mark its fourth birthday this April, it’s actually preceded by a much older, richer history that dates all...
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Spring Has Sprung: Where to Enjoy the Season in Dallas

Even with our mild winters, Dallas residents feel just as excited as the rest of the country when spring is finally at our doorstep. This year, the city has plenty in store to celebrate the return of warmer temperatures. Stop by one of these events over the next...
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Iconic Building: Bank of America Plaza

With its long, skinny body and aerial globe, Reunion Tower might just seem like the tallest building in Dallas from close-up. But zoom farther out, and it becomes obvious that that honor belongs solely to the impressive Bank of America Plaza. Located on 901 Main...
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The History of the Dallas Streetcar

The Dallas streetcar system we know today runs between Downtown and Oak Cliff, stretching almost 2.5 miles via the Houston Street Viaduct. Though the line will mark its fourth birthday this April, it’s actually preceded by a much older, richer history that dates all...

read more

Spring Has Sprung: Where to Enjoy the Season in Dallas

Even with our mild winters, Dallas residents feel just as excited as the rest of the country when spring is finally at our doorstep. This year, the city has plenty in store to celebrate the return of warmer temperatures. Stop by one of these events over the next...

read more

Iconic Building: Bank of America Plaza

With its long, skinny body and aerial globe, Reunion Tower might just seem like the tallest building in Dallas from close-up. But zoom farther out, and it becomes obvious that that honor belongs solely to the impressive Bank of America Plaza. Located on 901 Main...

read more