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The Insider’s Guide to the Dallas Design District

For many years, it was little more than a collection of warehouses. Then furniture shops and interior design studios moved in, but they didn’t cater to the general public. Now the district is enjoying its second renaissance. With its fine dining, art galleries, shopping, and, yes, even bowling, it's the city's next great entertainment destination.

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Where to Shop, Eat, and Play

Make use of our interactive map featuring the best that the neighborhood has to offer.

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Reborn Again

The Design District has lived many lives since it was carved out of the former Trinity River floodway. The latest? Emerging urban neighborhood.

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Modern Times

Collage Classics owners Abby and Wlodek Malowanczyk combine work and home with sleek, stylish aplomb.

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Urban Idyll

The owners of Sun to Moon Gallery traded their suburban home for a warehouse with a view.

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One Fine Day

Maybe there’s no such thing as perfection. But this particular Saturday in the Design District was pretty close.

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