SOURCE: The Hanover Company
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - Oct 29, 2013) - Dallas's uptown area continues its rapid growth with the opening of new luxury apartments, high end retail and fine restaurants. The Hanover luxury apartments near West Village's Dallas have become a new fixture at the crossroads of the West Village, Cityplace and Knox Henderson districts. The Hanover Cityplace Apartments lend substance and staying power to the chic, upscale area just north of downtown Dallas.
These new apartments in Uptown Dallas make it easy to take advantage of this location's proximity to some of the city's most exciting features. Serviced by multiple DART lines and close to major freeways, these new luxury apartments provide easy access to desired destinations throughout the Knox Henderson corridor. Additionally, new residents are just minutes away from lifestyle hubs like Victory Park, Klyde Warren Park and the Dallas Arts District.
"We are just delighted to have launched this apartment community. To be able to contribute to the landscape of such an energetic and active area is very satisfying," says Micah Hart, regional manager for The Hanover Company, which heads up management of the Cityplace Apartments. "We recognize the overall importance of this area to the economic composure of the city of Dallas and are very excited to help take its residential offerings to the next level."
Hanover Cityplace offers a convenient and comfortable uptown living solution for working professionals throughout Dallas. Please visit the website of the new apartments on Knox Henderson in Dallas to learn more about living, working and playing in the heart of the city.
About Hanover Cityplace
A development of new apartments near Dallas's uptown area, Hanover Cityplace is a new property opened in 2013. The luxury apartments in Dallas are managed by The Hanover Company. The Hanover Company is one of the most active private real estate in the United States. Hanover's luxury developments include nearly 38,000 units and 7.5 billion dollars in project costs.