At Museum Tower, the Director of Resident Relations and a knowledgeable concierge staff are on call to make moving in a breeze. With the physical relocation taken care of, you can focus on all the wonderful features and attractions of Dallas. Below find just a few of perks of moving to Museum Tower.
Located in the Central Business District in downtown Dallas, the Arts District plays home to Museum Tower. Moving to this area puts you in one of the world’s largest arts districts. It includes a 2,300-seat Winspear opera house, a series of theaters, retail and residential space and parks. The newest addition to this neighborhood is the unique Klyde Warren Park. The Park includes gardens, walking paths, a dog park and a children's play area and hosts exercise classes and food trucks daily.
No matter where you live, there are always people in need. There’s no better or more rewarding way to spend your time than by giving back to your community while meeting interesting people in your new area. Religious organizations, arts groups, professional associations, community service groups and medical facilities are always in need of volunteers to relieve the burden on staff members while supplying support and assistance. From the North Texas Food Bank to the YMCA or even volunteering at your local church, your help and expertise could change a life forever. Whatever your interests, Dallas-area groups need your help.
No matter the age of your children, Dallas schools are some of the best. For grades K-12 Dallas offers public schools, charter schools, Montessori educational options and many private schools as well. If you want to keep your children close after high school, Dallas is home to the renowned University of Texas at Dallas and the No. 58 best school in the nation, Southern Methodist University.
The DFW Metroplex knows shopping and its residents immerse themselves in its multitude of shopping options. NorthPark Center offers 235 unique retailers, restaurants, legendary department stores, and international designers. Just south of NorthPark Center is the historic Highland Park Village. Built in 1931, the shopping center claims to be the oldest in the country. It features more than 70 select special shops, restaurants and a theater in a quiet, scenic setting reminiscent of Beverly Hills.
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