Republic Center is located in the Central Business District in the heart of Downtown creating easy egress and ingress from all major freeways. Sandwiched between the Main Street master planned renovation project and the Arts District including the Dallas Museum of Art and the Nasher Sculpture Garden, Republic Center is in close proximity to many amenities.

Republic Center sits on an entire city block across from a 3.5 acre garden courtyard known as Thanksgiving Square and adjacent to the DART Light Rail St. Paul stop.
Republic Center is centrally connected to the Central Business District Tunnel System which offers over 3 miles of shops, restaurants and amenities.

CBD Office Market

Republic Center offers some of the most competitive rates in the Metroplex while offering a variety of choices in an urban setting with a sense of community within revitalized projects.


Downtown Dallas offers a lifetime of educational opportunities, from infancy through adulthood with daycare centers, primary and secondary schools, college and universities for a higher education.


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Republic Center is positioned in the pulse of the city. By the year 2025, the number of households in the Downtown area is projected to be almost 30,000, an increase of 570 % since 1990. Downtown is once again a desirable community.

Central Dallas Association


The Central Dallas Association is a privately funded 501(c) 6 business organization with over 150 member companies and is the leading advocate for downtown. The primary focus is to promote the interests of Downtown Dallas and surrounding neighborhoods.



The Downtown Dallas Association is a public improvement district created to make downtown Dallas a “Clean, Safe and Fun” place to live, work and visit.


A long and distinguished list of improvements involving efforts of both public and private investors is breathing life back into the heart of the city. These exciting master planned projects involve new retail, residential development, streetscaping, parks, and entertainment.

New Developments

Latino Cultural Center – www.dallasculture.org/latinocc/index.html
Designed by world renowned, AIA gold medal winner, Mexican – architect Ricardo Legorreta, the Latino Cultural Center was developed for the preservation, development and promotion of Latino and Hispanic arts and culture in Dallas. The center features a world class, 300- seat theater, galleries and classrooms presenting opportunities for education, artist’ workspace and more.

Nasher Sculpture Center – www.nashersculpturecenter.org
Cities from around the world longed to play host to the garden which opened in the Arts District in October 2003. This 54,000 SF project includes a two-acre sculpture garden created by landscape architect Peter Walker and will feature the art collection of philanthropist and renowned collector, Ray Nasher.

Main Street Renovation
The retail core in Downtown Dallas is in the process of being restored to its former prominence through the Main Street shopping strip renovation. This master planned restoration, pictured left, is bringing new retailers, open storefronts, cafes, landscaping, refurbished sidewalks, additional street lighting, and new residences which will all create a living and breathing urban landscape open 24/7 to serve both residents as well as the workforce.

Please visit www.downtowndallas.org/downtown_partner/index.html to view the master planned project provided by the Downtown Partnership, Inc.

Planned Developments

Trinity River Corridor www.trinityrivercorridor.org
Dallas Mayor Laura Miller is personally spearheading the long-term master planned development of the Trinity River Corridor into a natural, recreational amusement park that will include a water feature for wading out those long, hot summer days as well as the largest forest in the south. The development of the Trinity River Corridor will bring with it two new Calatrava bridges that will link the West End and American Airlines Center to west Dallas and Oak Cliff.

Master Parks
A $365,000 Master Parks plan is underway for Downtown. The Master Park plan was funded half by the city and half by downtown landowners represented on the mayor’s Inside the Loop Committee. The Master Parks plan is a multi-block, signature park encompassing an estimated 10-acre site and includes preserving several nearby historic buildings as well as presenting opportunities for new development. Several destinations are being considered and are being reviewed by park consultants.


Downtown hosts over 200 special events each year which draw nearly 1.5 million spectators. Many of the most popular attractions in the Dallas-Fort Worth-area are located Downtown: Dallas Alley, Dallas Farmers Market, Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas Public Library, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Pioneer Plaza, The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, and the West End Historic District.


Major events in Downtown Dallas include Hoop It Up in June (attendance: 200,000), the Taste of Dallas in July (attendance: 250,000) and the Neiman Marcus Adolphus Children’s Parade in December (attendance: 300,000).

Annual Events

• Trinity Fest, July 4th
• State Fair of Texas and Chili Cook-Off in September
• Out to Lunch series
• The Dallas Museum of Art, “Jazz Under the Stars”
• Deep Ellum Film Festival

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