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Cityplace, Dallas

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Cityplace is a TIF District and neighborhood in Old East Dallas, Texas (USA) - near the Uptown area of Dallas, adjacent to the intersection of Central Expressway and Haskell Avenue/Blackburn Street. East of Central Expressway, the neighborhood includes the tree-lined Haskell boulevard and travels past the 42-story Tower at Cityplace. At 42-stories, it is the tallest building in Dallas outside downtown. Also on the east is the newer Cityville high-end apartment complex. The west side Cityplace includes the new-urbanist West Village and the northern end of the Uptown neighborhood.

West Village, Mondrian and Tower at Cityplace
West Village, Mondrian and Tower at Cityplace
Country United States
State Texas
Counties Dallas
City Dallas
 • Water 0 sq mi (0 km2)  0%
Area code(s) 214, 469, 972


Tallest StructuresEdit

Measuring by structural height, the tallest buildings in the Cityplace neighborhood are as follows:

  1. Tower at Cityplace 560 feet (171 m)
  2. The Mondrian


On June 8, 2009 Dean Foods announced plans to move to the Tower at Cityplace in the first quarter of 2010.[1]



Public (DISD)Edit

High schoolsEdit

Middle schoolsEdit

  • Rusk Middle School
  • Alex W. Spence Middle School

Elementary schoolsEdit

  • Houston Elementary School

Private SchoolsEdit

Holy Trinity Catholic School




  1. ^ Hethcock, Bill. "Dean Foods to relocate corporate office." Dallas Business Journal. Monday June 8, 2009. Retrieved on August 2, 2009.

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