The rent at 1900 Elm Apartments ranges from $720 for a one bedroom to a $3,060 two bedroom. Apartments in this building are about 3% less expensive than the City Center District average.
1900 Elm Apartments is a four minute walk from the BLUE DART LIGHT RAIL BLUE LINE, the GREEN DART LIGHT RAIL GREEN LINE and the ORANGE DART LIGHT RAIL ORANGE LINE at the ST PAUL STATION stop.
This apartment is in the City Center District neighborhood in Dallas. Nearby parks include Main Street Garden Park, Dallas City Hall Plaza and Pioneer Plaza.
1900 Elm Apartments has a Walk Score of 97 out of 100. This location is a Walker’s Paradise so daily errands do not require a car.
Nearby schools include First Baptist Academy System, Pegasus Charter High School and Booker T. Washington High School.
The closest grocery stores are Urban Orchard Market, Urban Market and Acai Berry.
Nearby coffee shops include Cafe Solace, Poblanos and Stupid Good Coffee. There are 148 restaurants within a 15 minute walk including SUBWAY® Restaurants, A&w All-American Food and Salata.
1900 Elm Apartments is near Thanksgiving Square, Dallas City Hall Plaza and Holly Headquarters.
There are some bike lanes and the terrain is flat as a pancake. 1900 Elm Apartments is bikeable, there is some bike infrastructure.
Transformed into 129 loft-style residential apartments 1900 Elm, The Titche-Goettinger Building, has kept its historical and architectural appeal. Ranging in size from 494 to 2,685 sq. ft., each open, airy, loft-style apartment is designed around original architectural elements. Each one is different from the rest. Some feature fabulous arched windows with panoramic city views. Others have floor to ceiling windows that open to the building's spectacular open-air atrium. Many feature original 15-ft columns adorned by ornate Art Deco crown molding, as well as authentic casement windows. No matter where you look at 1900 Elm, you'll see fascinating echoes of the past... yet modern conveniences abound as well. Today, one of Dallas' original broad-front stores, Titche-Goettinger Department Store, still stands at 1900 Elm with its dignity and beauty intact. Nearly eight decades after it first opened in 1929, 1900 Elm, The Titche-Goettinger Building, is making history once again. Come be a par