West End Historical District, Dallas, Texas, USA
While the West End is well known for its rich history, it is still one of the most popular destinations in Downtown Dallas today. In fact, over 7 million people visit the West End each year, making it one of the leading tourist attractions in the city of Dallas. The district is comprised of century-old brick warehouses that have been refurbished into dozens of restaurants and shops.
The West End has always stayed true to its historic aesthetic and old charm, but now offers more attractions, entertainment, dining, and shopping options than ever.
|The Landmark Center is a six-story, 133,716-square-foot red brick building at located in downtown Dallas in the new renovation district. The property has over 200 specialty retail shops and restaurants within walking distance of the 102-year-old, historically-designated property that has exposed ceilings and loft-like finishes. It is also within walking distance to their BART system conveniently bringing hundreds of workers in from the suburbs.
The interior has been completely refurbished with recessed lighting, polished oak floors, silver and brass railings, colorfully painted walls, and artfully designed touches that attract a youthful and creative workforce.
The historic building has changed hands several times over the past 20 years, and at one time was proposed to become a theater.
Currently, the property is wired and wireless with broadband telecommunications services as well as cable.