On the Grid. Away from the Grind.
Less than five miles west of Downtown Dallas, at the southwest corner of North Westmoreland Road and Interstate 30, The Canyon's easy access will draw workers, shoppers, diners, and event goers from all corners of the Metroplex. With many interesting places to live, work, shop, and relax in a beautiful, natural hill country setting, The Canyon lifestyle is extremely convenient and close to everything. Nearby employment centers include Pinnacle Park, Mid Cities, Downtown Dallas CBD, The Arts District, Victory Park, Uptown, the Medical District, and the Dallas World Trade Center.
Historic Oak Cliff and the Bishop Arts District, Uptown, and the rest of DFW’s hot spots are just minutes away, and The Canyon is only 20 minutes from DFW airport and 15 minutes from Love Field.
Smart Design. Lighter Impact.
The Canyon’s comprehensive design and building requirements encourage financially viable sustainability at every turn. Pervious pavement ratios, infiltration basins and cisterns, building material selections and other smart growth opportunities minimize impacts on the environment. The Canyon offers its residents, and those living in surrounding Oak Cliff neighborhoods nearby, access to many goods and services which greatly reduce total vehicle miles traveled daily.
To and From in a Snap.
Convenient access to Interstate 30, George Bush Tollway (161), Interstate 35, The Dallas North Tollway, Woodall Rogers, North Central Expressway, Interstate 20, Interstate 45, and Loop 12 make getting to and from The Canyon a snap. The Canyon is currently served by three DART bus stops which provide connections to other mass transit options. The Dallas Hike and Bike Trail System (Veloweb) links The Canyon via Chalk Hill Trail to the DART light rail station at Westmoreland and Illinois with a potential future connection to the Coombs Creek Trail system to the east. The Canyon’s Master Plan closely connects project features and amenities to each other via the community’s internal bike and walking path system.