Who: Live Oak Lofts
Why: Affordable prices, thousands in savings
What: Loft-style open floor plans, concrete or hardwood floors, exposed walls and columns, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, huge windows (many have city views), DART station one block away, beautiful landscaping in pool area, fitness center, assigned parking, controlled access to building, some storage units (check with your Dallas CondoDomain agent)
How Much: $140,000 – $330,000 (some for lease, too)
What Else: The Dallas Deep Ellum neighborhood (slang for “deep Elm Street”), is located north of Exposition Park and south of Bryan Place close to downtown Dallas, peppered by numerous condos and lofts. In the 1920s and 1930s, this section of Dallas was one of the South’s prime jazz and blues hotspots.
Today, Deep Ellum is embarking on a Haight Ashbury San Francisco-like journey, welcoming eclectic shops, restaurants, coffee bars, tattoo parlors, and edgy live bands to its streets.