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There's a new attitude and a new look springing up in downtown Dallas. Take time to stroll down Main Street, and you will see a myriad of improvements that make you want to stroll down Main Street. And you can't fail to look up and admire the colorful red, white, blue and yellow banners fluttering in the late summer breeze.
Dallas Main Street Merchants, relieved that the major construction on their street is past, are excited about the improvements and what these changes in downtown Dallas business area will mean to their businesses. And Dallas City Center is out to help see that the expectations of these retailers and restaurateurs are fulfilled.
Dallas City Center is "a public-private partnership between the Central Dallas Association and the City of Dallas created to stimulate the rebirth of an active commercial, retail and residential life of Downtown Dallas." The revitalization project covers an 18-block area bordered by Harwood, Griffin, Elm and Commerce Streets, embracing the late …