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Through the years since the assassination, the West End District has undergone several versions of change and has felt both success and failure that mirrored the ever changing economy of the entire country.
Originally established in 1872 by John Neely Bryan and consisting of only a trading post, the West End District began to thrive once the Houston & Texas Central Railroad arrived. Through the years age has taken its toll on the area until in 1976 Preston Carter Jr. started to rebuild the area while preserving many of the historic buildings that make up the West End District.
Today this area of Dallas is a thriving and bustling area full of busy places and plenty of apartments. The West End caters to over seven million tourists who visit the area each year, making it one of the largest tourist areas in Dallas. Because of this influx of tourists each year, the West End District offers some fantastic restaurants and entertainment opportunities for all to fully enjoy and participate in.
Even though the West End District has suffered its share of decline over the years, including the mall the West End Market Place closing down in 2006, the area remains a tourist attraction and is full of buildings of historic significance enough to be revitalized. With developments taking place in the Victory Park area and a constant flow of people in and out of the Dallas area, the West End will continue to thrive and be a destination for many to visit each year as a part of a history tour.
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