Oak Cliff Dallas


  • Type: Urban District

Oak Cliff is a district in Dallas, Texas, situated southwest of the downtown area notable for many residential and commercial historic districts. Dallas annexed the separate town of Oak Cliff in 1903. - AsNotedIn


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Name of Notable Genus AsNotedIn Address Proximity
Name Genus AsNotedIn Address Proximity
Lancaster Avenue Commercial Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by E. Jefferson Blvd., S Marsalis, E. 10th St, E. 9th St and N Lancaster Ave
Kessler Park Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by Kidd Springs, Stewart, Oak Cliff, Plymouth, I-30, Turner, Colorado and Sylvan
Tenth Street Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by E. Clarendon Dr, S Fleming Ave, I-35E, E. 8th St and the E end of Church, E. 9th and Plum Sts
North Bishop Avenue Commercial Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by 9th St, Davis St, Adams and Madison
Miller and Stemmons Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by W Davis St, Woodlawn Ave, Neches and Elsbeth
Lake Cliff Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by E. 6th St, Beckley Ave, Zangs Blvd. and Marsalis Ave
King's Highway Historic District
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  • NRHP
900 - 1500Blocks of King's Highway Between W Davis St and Montclair Ave
Rosemont Crest Historic District
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  • NRHP
Roughly bounded by 10th St, Oak Cliff Blvd., W Davis St, N Brighton Ave, W 8th St and Rosemont Ave

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Particulars for Oak Cliff Dallas:
Locale Type Urban District




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