Have You Explored The Harwood District In Dallas Yet

Have You Explored The Harwood District In Dallas Yet

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By Heath Olinger


DALLAS, TX. – If you’re new to Dallas one of the best things to do here is to spend a day, or weekend exploring the wide variety of things to do in the area including hidden gems like the Harwood District.


About the Harwood District


But there’s always more to discover at HARWOOD, which encompasses retail, residential, and office towers within 18 city blocks, nestled between Uptown and downtown Dallas. Read on to learn five things you may not have known about your favorite hot spots.

1. It has a meal for every mood

Seven distinct restaurants can be found in the HARWOOD District, and their vibes are as varied as their menus. Happiest Hour, with its massive patio and jaw-dropping skyline views, is the place to go when you want to party. The city’s most stylish are drawn to the wine selection at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar, while those craving a cozy French meal head next door to Mercat Bistro. Magnolias: Sous Le Pont is an elegant coffee bar where your latte comes accompanied by delectable breakfast items, fresh salads, and sandwiches. Dolce Riviera’s coastal upscale Italian fare is balanced by The Grove’s laid-back, backyard-gathering feel. And while Marie Gabrielle has long been enchanting as an event venue, you can now bask in its beauty while enjoying delicious breakfast and lunch menus.

2. History and art are all around

If you dine at Saint Ann, you’ll likely notice the Virgin de Guadalupe monument standing outside. It’s a tile mural that was preserved when Harwood International purchased the brick building, what was originally Dallas’ first school for Hispanic children. On the second floor you’ll find the Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection, which houses the largest collection of samurai armor and objects outside of Japan and has seen over 10,000 visitors. The collection can be viewed six days a week, and admission is free.

3. There’s green in the gray

Hidden right in the middle of Dallas’ concrete jungle is 9.5 acres of serene greenery. These pocket parks aren’t just a few flowers and shrubs, though — think sculpted formal gardens worthy of formal photo shoots. And the famous Katy Trail goes right by the HARWOOD District, looping in to 30 linear acres of walking and biking trails.

4. Internationally acclaimed living options abound

The Azure opened in 2007, but the celeb favorite is about to be joined by an even more impressive condo sibling:
Bleu Ciel. The 33-story tower is set to redefine the Dallas skyline when it’s completed, and buyers from near and far are already clamoring to secure their condos.

5. Professional appeal is always improving

There are already six Class AA luxury office buildings in the HARWOOD District, with two more on tap. One of those will be the new
Rolex building, designed in collaboration with Dallas-based HDF and Tokyo-based Kengo Kuma & Associates. World-renowned landscape architect Sadafumi Uchiyama is including a Japanese-inspired tiered garden featuring rampart stone walls at the base of the building, with reflecting pools and cascading waterfalls spilling over the sides. The is complemented by theNo. 10 building, which will have 17,214 square feet of green roof terraces. The idea is to explore the relationship between interior space and the outdoors: disrupting the conventional "box" office floors with outdoor terraces, for example, or adding a 12,000-square-foot garden and fitness pavilionon the 10th floor. A pedestrian passageway on the ground floor will transform into La Rue Perdue, full of shops and restaurants with outdoor dining.


Search For Homes In Downtown Dallas


To get started with searching for homes in the Harwood District, or elsewhere in the DFW area, contact me, Heath Olinger, Realtor® with Rogers Healy and Associates by calling me at (972) 523-1389 or click here to connect with me online.


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Dated: April 27th 2017
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About Heath: Growing up in Tarrant County and later moving to Dallas County, Heath is well versed in the Dallas-F...

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