Uptown Dallas: 5 Reasons to Buy Here

Uptown Dallas is certainly one of the trendiest spots in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex due to its location and popular attractions. If you’re looking to invest in a condominium in Uptown, you might want to consider the following benefits.

For those looking for an urban lifestyle with access to the arts and nightlife, Uptown Dallas is certainly one of the trendiest spots in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. Already home to many office towers and high-rise residential units, Uptown Dallas is just minutes from the Arts District, prominent businesses, and a multitude of restaurants and boutiques. According to the Dallas Morning News, the Uptown real estate market is booming, and real estate agents are seeing record-breaking sales. Some big-name developers and real estate investors are scurrying to meet the demand for those looking to live in Uptown by beginning construction on luxury condominiums and office towers. If you’re looking to invest in a condominium in Uptown, you might want to consider the following benefits.

1. Property Values

Uptown is located just a few miles north of Downtown Dallas. The area zoned as Uptown is nestled between I-75, the south end of the Dallas North Tollway, McKinnon Street, and Turtle Creek Boulevard. Since Uptown is surrounded by other districts and neighborhoods, the actual residential real estate there is limited. While new construction is underway in high-rise towers, only so much can be built, therefore allowing Uptown to retain its property values. As new construction finishes meeting the demand for residential and commercial property, real estate throughout DFW (including Uptown) is expected to appreciate.

2. Shorter Commutes

For those who work in North Dallas, Addison, and Downtown Dallas, living in Uptown can certainly make for a shorter commute when compared to living in the outlying suburbs. Since Uptown is bordered by major highways like I-35, I-75, and the Dallas North Tollway, residents can quickly travel to some of the area’s largest employers. Additionally, living in Uptown offers benefits to those who prefer to travel via public transit. DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit) offers bus services and rail throughout Uptown and all of Dallas — including outlying areas such as Carrollton, Plano, and Addison.

3. Arts and Culture

While incredibly close to the Dallas Arts District, Uptown offers an array of venues and galleries of its own. For instance, the David Dike Fine Art Gallery showcases pieces from the 19th and 20th century — especially European and North American oil paintings. Uptown is also home to Landmark’s Magnolia Theatre and the Kitchen Dog Theater, which offers contemporary and classical theater shows.

4. Restaurants and Nightlife

Like any other metropolitan and thriving urban area, locals in and near Uptown enjoy a number of bars, clubs, and restaurants. From pubs with a neighborhood feel to upscale dining options, this area is popular for weekend entertainment for locals and tourists alike. Avanti Ristorante, an Italian bistro, is one of many popular dining destinations located right off the McKinney Avenue trolley line.

5. Luxurious Living

With new residential towers being built, Uptown will be getting a lot more luxury housing options soon. But you can still find abundant options for upscale urban living in the area’s existing residential high-rises. In addition to numerous apartment communities, you can also find opulent condos and penthouses with modern and contemporary amenities, along with concierge services, terraces with city views, and on-site fitness facilities.

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    Dallas is such a fun place to live. I hope to move back there one day.

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