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Dallas City Hall

A Modern Architectural Masterpiece: Dallas City Hall

The inverted pyramid design of Dallas City Hall stands proudly in Dallas’ city center. Built in the 1970s, its architecture is absolutely striking. The Building: Dallas City Hall Designed by architect I.M. Pei, Dallas City Hall was “constructed in 1977 extending over a site area of 11.8 acres. It has graciously stood the test of time for over 40 years and won many awards of excellence.”  -...

Fountain Place Tower

Shining Majestic Against the Sky: Fountain Place Tower

Located in the Arts District near the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, the Fountain Place Tower soars into the sky. The Building: Fountain Place Tower The Fountain Place Tower is “shaped like a rocket with a green glass exterior and 172 bubbler fountains and a central grand fountain. The tower is 60 stories high… with trees surrounded by water, you could stroll through the fountains and watch the...

Old Red Courthouse

Historic and Captivating: The Old Red Courthouse

Classic meets contemporary in the heart of Dealey Plaza, as the Old Red Courthouse sits near the 70s era Reunion Tower. The Courthouse is a historic and impressive building drawing in people from all over the world.   The Building: Old Red Courthouse The Old Red Courthouse “is the sixth consecutive courthouse to occupy this site. Considering the previous five courthouses located on that site...

Meyerson Symphony Center

A Music Lovers Paradise: Meyerson Symphony Center

Opened in 1989 in the heart of the Dallas Arts District, Meyerson Symphony Center is an impressive building where music and architecture combine, providing a unique and powerful experience. At Garcia Hubach we love sharing the gems that Dallas has to offer and the Meyerson Symphony Center is the best of the best.  A Call from the Community: Meyerson Symphony Center "The Morton H. Meyerson Symphony...

Texas School Book Depository

Texas School Book Depository: A Historical Landmark

If you are a historian, or have a passion for events that shaped America into what it is today, the Texas School Book Depository is a stop that every Dallas local and each visitor to the city needs to make. Along with 2,500 other sites in the United States, it is recognized as a National Historic Landmark by the National Park Service. Built between 1901 and 1903 The Texas School Book Depository...

Reunion Tower

Sightseeing in Dallas? Reunion Tower is a Must-See!

If you are visiting Dallas, Reunion Tower is one stop that you absolutely need to make. Built in 1978 and 560 feet high, Reunion Tower is the city’s 15th tallest building with an incredible 360-degree view that will take your breath away.  It’s one of the most talked about family-friendly visitor attractions in Dallas. The Building: Reunion Tower “The tower contains three floors with circular...

Dee and Charles Wyly Theater

Love Live Theater? Visit Dee and Charles Wyly Theater

With buildings old and new, Dallas is home to many architectural delights.  If you are passionate about theater, and normally enjoy a traditional experience for live performance, Dee and Charles Wyly Theater will excite your heart in a whole new way. You will not only be breath-taken by the live performances, but also in absolute awe of the space itself.   The Story of Dee and Charles Wyly...

Perot Museum of Nature and Science

A Dallas Must-Visit: Perot Museum of Nature and Science

Interested in moving to Dallas? Taking a visit to familiarize yourself with everything the city has to offer? Dallas is home to many impressive innovative architectural styles and must-see attractions. Built in 2012, The Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a beautifully designed building and an inspiring hub for curious minds. Perot Museum of Nature and Science - The Concept: Perot Museum of Nature...

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