City Center District, Dallas

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City Center District
The majority of these buildings are within the City Center District
The majority of these buildings are within the City Center District
Location in Dallas
Location in Dallas
Country United States
State Texas
Counties Dallas
City Dallas
Area Downtown
Elevation 459 ft (140 m)
ZIP code 75201, 75202
Area code(s) 214, 469, 972

The City Center District is an area in north-central downtown Dallas, Texas (USA). It lies south of the Arts District, north of the Main Street District, northwest of Deep Ellum, southwest of Bryan Place and east of the West End Historic District. The district contains a large concentration of downtown commercial space which prior to 1950 had been concentrated along Main Street. The district also contains remnants of Theatre Row, the historical entertainment area along Elm Street which contained theatres such as the Majestic Theatre.

Notable Structures and Parks[edit]

as well as several other building & parking structures


St. Paul Station



DART Blue Line, Red Line, Green Line listed south to north


First Baptist Academy Downtown Campus

The City Center District is served by the Dallas Independent School District.

The neighborhood schools for downtown are outside of the loop.

Four elementary schools—City Park, Sam Houston, Hope Medrano, and Ignacio Zaragoza; three middle schools—Billy Earl Dade, Thomas J. Rusk, and Alex W. Spence; and two high schools—James Madison and North Dallas, serve the district.[1][2]

Private Schools

Holy Trinity Catholic School has served Dallas' central neighborhoods since 1914 and is located at the corner of Oak Lawn Avenue and Gilbert Avenue. Providing early education for three year olds through eighth grade, Holy Trinity is the oldest continually operating Catholic school in North Texas.

Residents are also served by First Baptist Academy of Dallas, a Biblically-integrated, college preparatory K-12 school located in the city center district of downtown Dallas.


  1. ^ Dallas ISD - 2006 School Feeder Patterns - James Madison High School. (Maps: ES: City Park; MS: Dade; HS: Madison.) Retrieved 31 December 2006.
  2. ^ Dallas ISD - 2006 School Feeder Patterns - North Dallas High School. (Maps: ES: Houston, Medrano, Zaragoza; MS: Rusk, Spence; HS: North Dallas.) Retrieved 31 December 2006.