2911 Turtle Creek Boulevard
Dallas, TX 75219
- 100 - 7,545 sqft
|Executive Suite||100 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 300||350 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 460||1,106 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 820||1,648 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 1025||1,665 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 940||1,807 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 125||2,170 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 925||2,278 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 910||2,320 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 225||3,736 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 550||4,121 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 1100||4,564 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 850||5,886 sqft||$0 /mo est|
|Suite 1060||7,545 sqft||$0 /mo est|
- Walk Score®83
Located in the prestigious Turtle Creek area near downtown Dallas, Turtle Creek Center is surrounded by beautiful creeks, gardens and jogging paths. Reverchon Park is one block away. Park Place is a stunning 14 story black slate building offering a full service bank and on site deli. Clients have access to two fully furnished conference rooms, as well as, two touchdown stations in the Business Lounge. Turtle Creek Center is equipped for videoconferencing with an LCD projector and DVD player available. Onsite professional administrative assistance and support is also available, as needed. Underground parking is provided for added convenience. Turtle Creek Center is located across the street from the world renowned Mansion at Turtle Creek. Additional restaurants in the area include Texas De Brazil, Nick's Steak and Fish House, Perry's Restaurant, The Capital Grill, Mattito's Mexican Restaurant, The Hard Rock Cafe, Truluck's, and La Madeline French Bakery. The West End Marketplace is nearby and has several eclectic shops and restaurants. Central Market and Whole Foods Market are also close by. Hotels in the area include The Mansion at Turtle Creek, Crescent Court, The Wyndham International, Bradford Home Suites and the Stoneleigh Hotel. Airports serving the area include Love Field, Addison Airport, and DFW International Airport.
Oak Lawn is one of Dallas' most vibrant, creative neighborhoods. Just two miles northwest of Downtown, Oak Lawn is extremely walkable and features immaculate green space and an immersive cultural scene.
Going back to the 60s, Oak Lawn has always been Dallas' funky, counter-culture district. Even as it's become a more popular center of business, it still retains its assertive cultural identity.
Oak Lawn comprises gorgeous outdoor public space in both Lee Park and Katy Trail. The former is siutated on Turtle Creek and features a replica home of Robert E. Lee's Virginia, while the latter offers up a 4 mile trail popular with cyclists and hikers.
Oak Lawn makes a strong case as Dallas' most hip neighborhood and its most trendy spot for office space.