Suite 110 has an open floor plan with a private bathroom including a shared conference room, and coffee bar. This is certainly a creative space with character designed for an office tenant in mind. We have state of the art WIFI and all the amenities that a successful small business needs, including a lot of parking!
The building at 1722 N. Hall has been home to every kind of business you can imagine including, the Buddhist Center of Dallas, Doggie Day Care, restaurant, night club, office and is surrounded by over 2,000 residential units within 0.3 miles of the location and you can take exit 1 of US 75 to reach the location.
Bryan Place has unparalleled access to Dallas, and vibrant real estate development make it one of Dallas most up and coming neighborhoods. Accessibility and lifestyle are at the heart of Bryan Place Dallas.
Bryan Place is a unique neighborhood nestled in the shadow of downtown Dallas. The neighborhood is known for its friendly atmosphere, overall design, convenient location, and a high level of community involvement. Bryan Place is the perfect example of an urban neighborhood. The mix of historic single family homes, new construction and condos for sale and for rent on tree lined streets create a diverse and enjoyable atmosphere. And to top it all off, the LoHi neighborhood sits less than a mile from downtown Dallas and from highway and light rail access. Have your eclectic neighborhood charm and eat your proximity convenience too!
Located close to the heart of downtown Dallas, Bryan Place is perfect for the person with an active urban lifestyle. Within the Bryan Place community is a neighborhood pool and clubhouse, walking/running paths, and the Exall Park Recreation Center. Some of the attractions within walking distance to the neighborhood are the numerous museums of the Art’s District, Deep Ellum attractions & Dog Park, the West End, Tom Landry Fitness Center, and Baylor Medical Center.
History of Bryan Place
In the early 1980’s, developer Fox & Jacobs built a neighborly community in the heart of Dallas’ inner city. Bryan Place was named after Dallas’ founder, John Neely Bryan, and was a bold vision by the developer. It was the first of such in-town East Dallas neighborhoods in a half-century of mass suburbanization.
Fox & Jacobs sought to recreate a neighborhood of East Dallas’ past, with little traffic, pedestrian friendly streets and elegant homes within an un-walled community. Even at its conception, the builder was confident there would be lots of revitalization taking place around the neighborhood.
A Modern and Thriving Neighborhood
Since its opening, Bryan Place has thrived in the shadows of the Dallas skyline. If you talk to any of its residents, it is clear that this is a special community. Diverse in every sense, Bryan Place is welcoming, friendly and a real model for what in-town living should be. Fox & Jacobs was right about revitalization taking place in its surroundings. There is a flurry of current and future development in the area to include: the resurfacing of Live Oak Street, revitalization of Ross Avenue through thoughtful review of its Plan for Development, Townhome and Single Family Home developments springing up on every corner, as well as two popular grocery stores planning to develop in the area. Without a doubt, Bryan Place is proud of its urban pioneering past, happy with its present status and excited about its future.