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Notable locations in zip code 75204: Peaks Suburban Addition Historic District (A), Bryan-Peak Commercial Historic District (B), Jacob and Eliza Spake House (C), Dallas Visual Art Center (D), Claremont Apartments (E), Mrs Bairds Bread Company Building (F), Proctor Hall (G), Viola Courts Apartments (H).Display/hide their locations on the map
Churches in zip code 75204 include: Washington Street Presbyterian Mission Church (A), Faith Community Church (B), Upendo Baptist Church (C), Trinity Baptist Church (D), Saint Andrew Kim Catholic Church (E), Church of the Incarnation (F), Episcopal Church of the Incarnation (G), Emanuel Lutheran Church (H), Central Congregational Church (I). Display/hide their locations on the map
Cemeteries: Greenwood Cemetery (1), Emanuel Cemetery (2). Display/hide their locations on the map
Parks in zip code 75204 include: Griggs Park (1), Walford Park (2), Exall Park (3), Cole Park (4), Central Square Park (5). Display/hide their locations on the map
Uptown is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in all of Texas. It is largely "new urbanist" in scope; the majority of facilities considered "Uptown institutions" are relatively new and were created during the late 20th and early 21st Centuries' new urbanist urban planning movement. Popular with a diverse group of young professionals, multi-use development is the norm and an increasingly pedestrian culture continues to thrive.
The now-upscale Uptown area was originally outside the city limits of Dallas, and was home to those not welcome in the city. The west side, near present-day Harry Hines Boulevard, once hosted a large Hispanic neighborhood known as Little Mexico. The east side, now anchored by Cityplace Center, was the site of the Freedmen's Town established by freedAfrican-Americanslaves. Very little of this working-class history remains, with the Hispanic west being turned into high-rise buildings, and the African-American east being destroyed by the construction of Central Expressway and Woodall Rodgers Freeway. All that remains of Freedmen's Town is the Freedmen's Cemetery, which gained national recognition when Central Expressway reconstruction revealed over 1,100 graves beneath existing and proposed roadways.
Uptown is one of the most pedestrian-friendly areas in the city of Dallas. It is largely "new urbanist" in scope; the majority of facilities considered "Uptown institutions" are relatively new and were created during the late 20th and early 21st Centuries' new urbanist urban planning movement.