Designed by David M. Schwartz & Associates of Washington D.C. and developed by Phoenix Property Company and Urban Partners, Inc., West Village started off as a 125,000 square foot shopping complex that was originally home to 42 individual boutique shops, restaurants, cafés, and also the Magnolia Art House Cinema.
But since its completion in 2001, West Village has grown exponentially and is now an integral part of what’s arguably Dallas’ most energetic neighborhood—Uptown. In fact, many refer to West Village as Uptown’s “downtown” because of its walkability and on-going residential development that continues to transform the area into one of the hottest urban locations in Dallas to call home.
To date, West Village now features around 100 retail stores and restaurants, as well as a number of housing options that seem to be renting and selling faster than anything else on the Dallas real estate market. Rental projects like 3700M, which just opened this year, and 3636 McKinney are ideal for those looking for a sophisticated apartment home with a full complement of common amenities, but if you’re looking to buy, plenty of condominium buildings around the Uptown Dallas neighborhood should satisfy all your needs and wants when it comes to a new place to live.
3699 McKinney, a chic and stylish building that offers a true loft-like living experience, is situated right in the heart of Uptown’s West Village, while other more luxurious options like the Ritz Carlton Residences, The Azure, and 1999 McKinney are certainly worth consideration if you’re looking for a more upscale ambiance.
If you’re interested to learn more about West Village real estate for sale or rent in Dallas’ Uptown neighborhood, contact DFW Urban Realty today at (214) 764-4124, or start browsing active MLS listings by building below: