Dallas Design District
Dallas Design District is an artful destination; it is energetic neighborhood presenting the very best in design, culinary and cultural experiences, all within a 37-acre walkable district in the heart of Dallas. HNCP’s portfolio within the Design District consists of the iconic Dallas Decorative Center, Dallas Design Center, and free-standing retail along Hi Line Drive, Oak Lawn Avenue, Turtle Creek Blvd and Stemmons Freeway, in addition to 1500 Dragon Street.
Once an enclave of to-the-trade-only showrooms, the area has naturally evolved with an assortment of notable retail additions, chef-driven restaurants, and a future extension of the Katy Trail, all resulting in the creation of one of Dallas’ most vibrant destinations. In the heart of the Dallas Design District is the Hi Line corridor, home to international interior design shops and extraordinary eateries. As the main bustling and pedestrian-friendly street, Hi Line Drive features stores such as Steelcase and Scott + Cooner as well as restaurants such as Carbone, Carbone Vino, The Mexican and Tango Room, all residing side-by-side.
Red Bluff is a mixed-use development in East Austin between the Eastside and Lady Bird Lake. Anchored by a five-story Class A Boutique Office with structured parking, Red Bluff will also feature an ultra-luxury, waterfront urban boutique hotel and spa with some of the best food concepts Austin has to offer. The location sits on an unparalleled site overlooking a protected nature preserve directly across from the Colorado River, providing a nature centric and wellness oasis within five minutes from downtown Austin and equal accessibility to the Austin–Bergstrom International Airport. The favorable location in East Austin is among the trendiest and high growth residential areas in the city as a vibrant, walkable enclave offering an eclectic assortment of art studios, cocktail bars, music venues and culinary experiences.