Around the Area
The Cedars neighborhood of Dallas is a rapidly transforming area, located near downtown. It has a rich history, starting in the 1870s when the area was developed for residential use due to its proximity to the city center and the railroad network. The neighborhood was named for the abundance of red cedar trees in the area, and it was home to many wealthy professionals and the city's original Jewish population. However, in the early 20th century, the area's elegance declined as factories and warehouses were built in the neighborhood, replacing much of the tree canopy and the Victorian homes. In the 1960s, the construction of the I-30 corridor further damaged the remaining historic homes. Today, many of the old warehouses and factories have been repurposed and turned into lofts, and new residential construction has been interwoven with the historic fabric of the neighborhood, creating a diverse and eclectic urban identity. The Cedars is now experiencing a resurgence in popularity due to its affordable land values, proximity to downtown, and the establishment of popular bars, restaurants, and music venues. The railroad remains an important part of the neighborhood's identity, and the proposed high-speed rail terminal in the area will likely lead to further growth and prosperity. The South Side neighborhood of the Cedars has also seen significant development in recent years, anchored by the South Side on Lamar development and the Dallas Police Department Headquarters. The neighborhood is well-connected to the rest of the city through several multimodal transportation options.
Map of Area
Our map highlights the must-see attractions and popular places around Mirar at The Cedars
Introducing SoGood, a cutting-edge urban community located just south of Interstate 30 in Dallas. Nestled next to the Famers Market, Deep Ellum, the Cedars, and Fair Park, this master-planned development boasts an innovation center, numerous residential units, dining options, and commercial spaces. This development aims to become a major innovation district in Dallas' southern sector, bringing jobs and opportunities to an area that has been overlooked for decades. Experience the culture of creativity and innovation that SoGood brings, with an array of green spaces, unique new eateries, and a vibrant urban atmosphere. Hoque Global's goal through SoGood is to demonstrate the potential of investing in the south through a world-class urban development.
The Longhorn Ballroom, originally called Bob Wills' Ranch House, was constructed in 1950 to cater to the renowned country music icon Bob Wills and his Texas Playboys. During its early years, it was under the management of Jack Ruby. Eventually, it came into the capable ownership of 'Dewey' Groom, who decided to give it the new name, the Longhorn Ballroom. Today, the Longhorn Ballroom stands as Texas' most historic music venue.
Four Corners Brewing
A craft brewery located in a converted carriage house offering guided tours and a taproom with regular events.
Welcome to The South Side Ballroom, situated within the renowned Gilley's Dallas Event Venues. Discover the dynamic South Side Ballroom, located in the vibrant Cedars District just south of downtown Dallas. As a prominent force in the city's music scene, this 27,000 square foot venue offers a versatile space for concerts and events. With three tiers and customizable floor plans, it can cater to the needs of both artists and fans, accommodating intimate gatherings of 2,500 guests or larger crowds of up to 4,000. Following a $1 million renovation in 2018, the landmark venue boasts exceptional amenities, including five custom bars with touch-screen service, a merchandise area, multiple bathrooms, and a convertible wall patio. Backed by Live Nation, the world's leading live entertainment company, South Side Ballroom has welcomed renowned artists such as Arctic Monkeys, Bruno Mars, Dua Lipa, Imagine Dragons, Kendrick Lamar, and more. Conveniently located near DART stations and with ample parking available, it's the perfect destination for unforgettable music experiences in Dallas.
When you see a movie at Alamo Drafthouse, you get cold drinks, delicious meals, tasty local beers, and signature cocktails brought to your seat by a server.
Dallas city council has approved plans for a new 2.5-million-square-foot convention center adjacent to the current Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center Dallas. It will feature 800,000 square feet of exhibit space, 400,000 square feet of breakout space, and a 100,000-square-foot ballroom. Construction starts in 2024.