Dallas Midtown Park

[ Infographic ] The Dallas Midtown 20-acre city park is expected to be four times larger than the popular Klyde Warren Park in Uptown

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The Midtown redevelopment is expected to include a high-end hotel, apartments, office buildings, a movie theater, restaurants and retail, and a 20-acre city park. Plans for Dallas Midtown Park include a great lawn for concerts and events, wildflower gardens for strolling, prairie gardens for habitat restoration, a dog park, kids play land with an interactive fountain, and an informal theater space in the small meadow.

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