About Deep Ellum
Closed Prices: $450,000
Median Sale Price: $450,000
Association Fee Ranges: $309 to $393/mo, $0
Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home
Sq. Ft.: 1494 Sq. Ft.
Bedrooms: 1 Bedrooms
Bathrooms: 1 Bathrooms
Getting Around Deep Ellum
Around Deep Ellum
The history of Deep Ellum provides it with both iconic and contemporary places to call home. The former Adam Hat building, originally the southern assembly point for Henry Ford's Model T, now offers some of the most desirable lofts in the Dallas area. Both the proximity to Downtown and growing popularity of this neighborhood have attracted a number of developers and the result is a large number of new condominiums and townhomes. Whether you want to live in a restored single-family home or a totally self-contained modern condominium with all the amenities, you'll find just the right residence in Deep Ellum.
Because of the Dallas food scene, everyone who lives in Deep Ellum has easy access to every type of restaurant and cuisine by driving only a few miles. However, you can also enjoy an exceptionally wide variety of culinary choice by simply walking a few blocks. The three primary streets that make up the neighborhood—Elm Street, Commerce Street, and Main Street—have attracted an exceptional collection of bars, bistros, and fine restaurants. While there are several well-established and popular restaurants to enjoy, that is not what brings most gastronomic explorers to the city. You won't find many traditional family-style restaurants, but there is always a new and exciting eatery that offers the latest in culinary trends.
While there is activity on the Deep Ellum streets every evening, this is a neighborhood where the entertainment is built for the weekend. Many new bands will be trying out in the numerous bars and music venues the area offers and you'll see the streets filled with business travelers, people on their way to a party, and a regular crowd of residents who enjoy the ambiance and fun of the constantly changing scene.
If you've been to South Beach, Greenwich Village, or the Mission District, you have an idea of what the Friday nights in Deep Ellum have to offer. With great weather most of the year, the neighborhood attracts a number of people out for an eclectic evening. You'll find a number of different boutiques and shops open with a range of unusual offerings, from tattoos to unique antiques. The streets bustle with a sense of excitement and the effort to relax after a busy week.
Sundays in the neighborhood are quite the opposite of Friday nights. Only a few of the eating establishments open for brunch, but there are others that open for a laid-back lunch or dinner. Many of the residents of this area head out to the many Dallas parks, festivals, or other attractions, while you will see others walking their dogs or going on a leisurely run.
- Central area
- Quiet lifestyle
- Walking distance from entrtainment
Locals Don't Love
- Noisy on weekends
- Streets are crowded on weekends
Neighborhood Reviews1 Review
Deep Ellum is a place to see awesome shows and meet down to earth people
buyers and sellers in this neighborhood.