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The Ann & Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection
The inaugural exhibition of The Ann and Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Museum: The Samurai Collection showcases a variety of works from the family’s collection, which has been built over a span of twenty five years. The museum will offer an introduction to the fascinating world of the samurai while presenting an intimate viewing experience of their spectacular armor and accoutrements. Learn More.close
Marie Gabrielle Restaurant and Gardens
Marie GabrielleTM Restaurant and Gardens overlooks the enchanting 1.5-acre European, Marie GabrielleTM garden with breathtaking views of downtown, beautiful oak and riverbirch trees, and a spectacular reflecting pool. Marie GabrielleTM Restaurant and Gardens offer breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday in both a express café-style and a fine dining setting. Learn Moreclose
Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar
The historic St. Ann’s School was preserved and converted by Harwood International into a restaurant and bar surrounded by gardens and art. It is open every day for lunch, dinner, drinks, and Sunday brunch. Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar is nestled within the largest garden patio in Dallas offering the best in international cuisine. Learn More.close
The 31-story high-rise by Harwood International is the tallest condominium residence tower in Uptown and the first in the district of Harwood. It has 156 luxury homes, unparalleled views of the Dallas skyline, a junior Olympic swimming pool, a private 18-seat film theatre and landscaped podium gardens, among other amenities and features. Learn Moreclose
Completed in 1984, the Rolex building provides 105,550 square feet of premier office space. The Rolex building has been an Uptown landmark, as Uptown’s first office building.close
2012 Guidebook Sponsors
The Harwood in 1,000 Yards Guide was created to educate the community on where to bike, walk, or drive within 1,000 yards of Harwood, Dallas’ newest and fastest growing district.
After it’s third edition, the community has relied on this guide to discover and revisit the many places which make Uptown Dallas and Harwood The Place to Be. The six-building development by Harwood International currently showcases more than 1.5 million square feet of premier class office, and 330,000 square feet of exclusive highrise living, retail space, and garden cafes.
Now an 18-city-block district, Harwood will continue to grow to satisfy the demand of existing and new customers in 18 phases to include over seven million square feet of condominium, office, retail, and residential development.