At Trammell Crow Center, we’re gearing up for lobby-level renovations and creating a unique experience for our tenants. With a restaurant, fitness facility, car wash and detail, valet parking, and conference center available to our tenants, we anticipate a heightened work experience for everyone in the building.Read More
Opened in December of 1998, the Trammell and Margaret Crow Collection of Asian Art has been a fixture of the Dallas Arts District scene for nearly two decades. Directly across from the Nasher Sculpture Center, the Crow Collection was envisioned as an effort to share a love of Asian art and culture, and bridge the cultural gap between Eastern and Western societies.
For those lucky enough to work in the Arts District, there’s more than enough to keep you entertained after work with a variety of events and arts. For those who don’t work in the area, we invite you to explore the amenities we have in our backyard!Read More
For those who work and play in Dallas, we’re here to make your happy hours and evenings extra exciting. We’ve compiled a list of Arts District happy hours and other top spots in Dallas to grab an after-work drink this month. As we like to say, love where you work, and get to exploring the neighborhood after hours!Read More
The infrastructure of the American urban core is quickly changing. The traditional downtown business hub that vanishes after 5 p.m. is transforming into a new kind of city, one that stems from the new urbanism philosophy.Read More
Office trends are changing for the better in 2017, between more flexible workspaces and sleek technology-driven designs, businesses are remodeling with the employee in mind. Millennials and GenZ are major influencers in this shift. They are leading the technological revolution, changing the face of business, and influencing the physical workplace. Here are a few trends companies should consider following as we move into 2017:Read More
Walkable communities are traditionally known to benefit resident’s physical well-being and stimulate good health. Not to mention, communities with high walkability to nearby destinations see lower crime rates, increased economic activity and an overall stronger community. Developing markets, restaurants, museums, and parks within walking distance of one another is an essential element in urban living today.
The average employee has little time to research dining options around their office building and may only have 20 minutes to find and enjoy a quick lunch. As for those in the Dallas Arts District, we’ve got you covered.
Nestled just north of downtown Dallas is one of the country’s best-kept secrets: the nation’s largest contiguous urban arts district. Spread over 20 square blocks and encompassing 68 acres, the walkable neighborhood hub of creativity features art for all the senses with award-winning museums, performing arts venues, trendy eateries, and a lively bar scene.