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Uptown is a Public Improvement District (PID) and neighborhood in the Oak Lawn area of downtown Dallas. It's bordered by US 75 (Central Expressway) on the east, Bookhout Street and Cedar Springs Road on the west, and Spur 366 (Woodall Rodgers Freeway) on the south.
The McKinney Avenue Trolley, a 1930s steel-wheel electric trolley car, transports visitors back and forth from Cole Park to Hotel ZaZa. The McKinney Avenue Transit Authority boasts four vintage trolley cars (Rosie, Green Dragon, Matilda, and Petunia) painted in post-war, red-and-cream color schemes, that transport nearly 20,000 passengers per year on only 5 miles of track.
Dean Foods (NYSE: DF), maker of milk and dairy brands like Land o' Lakes, Silk Soymilk, and Horizon Organic, recently moved its corporate office into Cityplace, one of the tallest buildings in Uptown Dallas. Dean Foods now occupies six floors in the 42-floor building.
West Village is one of the "urban living" areas that opened in Uptown over the past few years. It offers nightlife, housing, dining all in one location. Restaurants include Grimaldi's pizzeria, Mi Cocina, Lemon Bar, Pinkberry, and Village Burger Bar. Magnolia Theatre & Bar mixes art films with exotic spirits. The Marquis at West Village, 3700 Cole Avenue, is a luxury apartment offering granite countertops, hardwood floors, and WiFi.
Other apartments nearby include: The Marquis at Turtle Creek, Commons on Turtle Creek, Turtle Creek Villas, The Bryson at City Place, The Ashton, Riviera at West Village, Rienzi at Turtle Creek, Post Worthington, Post Vintage, Post Vineyard, Post Uptown Village, Post Square, Post Meridian, Post Heights, Post Cole's Corner, Post Abbey, Gables West Village, Gables Villa Rosa, Gables Uptown Tower, Gables Turtle Creek Cityplace, Gables State Thomas Ravello, Gables Mirabella, Gables Katy Trail, Carlisle on the Creek.