Victory Park


At Home in the Heart of Dallas

  • 24 Restaurant and Retail
  • 14 Apartment
  • 3 Office

Anchored around the construction of the American Airlines Center arena in 2001, Victory Park is realizing its full potential as a magnet for urban development. With a long history standing behind it, and an encouraging future ahead, Victory Park is now one of the most up and coming hubs in the DFW area.

Office. Retail. Residential. Everything in Between

Situated perfectly between Uptown and Downtown Dallas at the foot of the Katy Trail, Victory Park is home to work, entertainment and everything in between. The 2,000+ residences, unrivaled entertainment and cultural options, multiple office building options and 260,000+ square feet of retail space put Victory Park in the bullseye of Dallas' impressive urban growth.

Looking to the Future Continued Development

Within Victory Park, Hillwood has over 11 contiguous acres available for development, representing over 1.2 million square feet of future office space. This amount of density, within the urban core and surrounded by in place amenities and existing infrastructure, is unmatched in the entire DFW metroplex.

Growing with the City Pedestrian-Centered Development

Victory Park is on the verge of rising to the pinnacle of Dallas living as the city works to help bring to life the promising future that lies ahead. With plans to convert one-way roads to become more pedestrian friendly, and the prospective extension of the Katy Trail, Victory Park is in a perfect condition to take on the developments that are in store.

20 Years in the Making Urban Remediation

In 2001, the EPA recognized Hillwood's partnership with the City of Dallas at Victory Park as the nation's largest and most successful brownfields projects to date and presented it with a Phoenix Award. The prestigious award is presented for the highest excellence in brownfields redevelopment.

In all, Hillwood oversaw the removal of 310,000 cubic yards of contaminated soil, demolishment of 45 structures, and treatment of 15 million gallons of groundwater. According to an EPA spokesperson, "It is one of our most outstanding achievements in brownfields redevelopment and the largest EPA Brownfields project in the country. To take land that was once home to a city dump, electric plant, and railroad yard and turn it into a place where children and families can live, work and play is the ultimate example of environmental excellence."

Public Media

In a more than ideal Dallas location, Victory Park is now a contender for the world's stage. In a most recent addition to our collection, 2601 Victory has been submitted as a potential location for Amazon's new headquarters, HQ2. With the world watching, Victory Park accepts the public eye with gratitude.