Main Street

Main Street

Dallas, Texas Homes for Sale

About Main Street

Dallas' Main Street is part of one of the most famous skylines in the United States. Most of Main Street caters to the many businesses in the skyscrapers that dominate this neighborhood. While this isn't a major residential district, people can find housing here or in nearby neighborhoods.

Quick Facts

Current Prices: $210,000 to $439,900

Closed Prices: $240,000 to $590,000

Median Sale Price: $325,000

Average $ per sq ft: $220

Association Fee Ranges: $315/quarter, $0 to $1495/mo

Type: Attached Home (Condo, Townhouse, Loft, etc.), Single-Family Home

Age: 1925 to 1974

Sq. Ft.: 928 to 1871 Sq. Ft.

Bedrooms: 1 to 2 Bedrooms

Bathrooms: 1 to 3 Bathrooms

Lot Size: 0 - 1 acres

Around Main Street

Main Street is peppered with sophisticated housing options that provide walking access to decorative green parks, fine dining, fast food chains, sidewalk restaurants, bars, cafes, the arts, nightclubs, upscale retail stores, and even government services. Penthouses and condos in the east end of the district put you steps away from Main Street Garden, Neiman Marcus, and public transportation.

From five-star restaurants to cafes and fast food, Main Street has it all. For a posh experience try The Zodiac, which is an established restaurant set on the sixth floor of Neiman Marcus with a menu that changes each season. There are chain restaurants that serve up every type of food a person could ask for. Or if you're looking for something really tasty, you can splurge and go to Dallas Chop House.

A diverse group of pedestrians and tourists flow through the area for business, work, and fun. Yellow taxis still exist in this part of town. Residents walk their dogs along the sidewalk or in a park. Toddlers play in Main Street Garden alongside yogis stretching towards the sky. Seasonal decorations adorn the street. Hanging lights create a beautiful ambiance in the evenings.

Main Street is glowing and colorful. People are always hopping out of cars and into a restaurant or bar on a Friday night. People are drinking and eating at outside cafes or bars. An occasional dog sits with his human pal for dinner. Visitors and residents are either dressed up or casual. Sports bars and clubs are typically crowded with friendly patrons. Parks are lit up during seasonal festivities that are popular and fun for date nights and family fun.

Sundays are fairly calm and quiet on Main Street. Many shops are closed. Residents sit outside cafes with a partner or a group of friends. Others read a book in the park or play with their dogs. There are plenty of museums and libraries you can visit, or you could stop by Main Street Garden Park or the nearby War Memorial.

Locals Love

  • Bus and light rail transit
  • Pedestrian-friendly
  • Scenic outdoor areas to play and exercise

Locals Don't Love

  • Construction
  • Crowded during festivals
  • Parking can be hard to find

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