|Aston Park, Dallas||n/a||n/a||1983|
Aston Park is a public park located in downtown Dallas, Texas, USA. The park is located on a triangle of land located between Pacific, Harwood and Live Oak in the City Center District. The park was dedicated in 1983 in honor of James W Aston, who was a prominent business leader and president of Republic National Bank in 1957. Adjacent to Republic Center, Corrigan Tower and Pacific Place, the park consists of a grove of mature trees and plaza area.
|Main street garden park||n/a||n/a||2009|
Main Street Garden Park is a 1.75-acre (7,100 m) public park located in downtown Dallas, Texas, USA The $17.4 million park was primarily funded through the City of Dallas’ 2003 and 2006 bond programs and is the first of several planned downtown core parks, including Pacific Plaza Park and Belo Garden Park. Main Street Garden replaced Pegasus Plaza as the site for major downtown events throughout the year.
|Republic Center I||n/a||36||1954|
Republic Center is a mixed-use complex at 300 N. Ervay Street and 325 N. St. Paul Street in the City Center District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA), adjacent to Thanks-giving Square. The complex is located diagonally across the street from DART's St. Paul Station, which serves its Blue, Red and Green light rail lines. It also contains part of the Dallas Pedestrian Network, with shops and restaurants in the lower levels of the building and is connected to the Bullington Truck Terminal.
|Image Not Available||Hilton Anatole||n/a||27||1979|
The Hilton Anatole is a hotel located at 2201 Stemmons Freeway in the Market Center District near downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Featuring 1,606 guest rooms, it is one of the largest hotels in the Southwest and is a major convention and meeting facility. Over 1,000 art objects, including a casting of Riding Into the Sunset, are located throughout the resort setting and the hotel features the five-star Nana Restaurant.
|Dallas Municipal Building||n/a||n/a||1914|
The Dallas Municipal Building is a Dallas Landmark located along S. Harwood Street between Main and Commerce Street in the Main Street District of downtown Dallas, Texas that served as the city's fourth City Hall. The structure is also a Recorded Texas Historic Landmark and a contributing property in the Harwood Historic District, located across the street from Main Street Garden Park. The City purchased land for the fourth City Hall in 1911-1912 from Eliza Trice, Otto H.
|Woodall Rodgers Deck Park||n/a||n/a||2012|
The Park, also known as Woodall Rodgers Park, is a 5.2-acre (21,000 m) public park being constructed in downtown Dallas, Texas, USA. Utility construction began in January 2009 with a ground-making ceremony held on September 14, 2009. The park is expected to open in 2011 with amenities completed in 2012. The Park will create an urban green space over the existing Woodall Rodgers Freeway between Pearl and St. Paul streets.
|Mercantile Continental Building||n/a||11||1948|
The Mercantile Continental Building is located at 1810 Commerce Street in downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). It is a contributing structure at the edge of the Government District and adjacent to Main Street Garden Park. The building was built and owned by Mercantile National Bank and connected to their complex by an underground walkway.
|Image Not Available||Two Arts Plaza||n/a||18||n/a|
Two Arts Plaza will be an 18-story skyscraper located at Routh Street and Spur 366 (Woodall Rodgers Freeway) in the Arts District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA).
|Santa Fe Terminal Complex||n/a||20||1926|
The Santa Fe Terminal Complex is an 18-acre complex of historic buildings in the Government District of downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). Constructed in 1924 as the headquarters for the Gulf, Colorado and Santa Fe Railway and the Southwest’s largest merchandising center, three of the original four buildings remain today and have been renovated into various uses.
Pacific Place is a Class-A skyscraper located at 1910 Pacific Avenue in the City Center District of Dallas, Texas. The structure contains 20 floors of office space and stands adjacent to the historic Majestic Theatre. It is connected to the Dallas Pedestrian Network and sits across Pacific Avenue from Aston Park and the proposed Pacific Plaza Park. It lies within the Harwood Historic District, but it not a contributing structure.
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