Looking for an apartment building that offers more than just a place to live? Then Atelier is the perfect place for you. Imagine having everything you need at your doorstep with our on-site retail options. Not only does this provide convenience and accessibility but also creates a sense of community among our residents. Get to know your neighbors and build lasting relationships as you share these common spaces. Don't settle for just any apartment building when you can have it all at Atelier.
Pizza Leila is an authentic Sicilian pizza concept located in the bustling heart of downtown Dallas. Our passion for pizza is rooted in tradition and diversity!
Awarded Best Pizza in 2021 by D Magazine, we strive to bring a unique pizza experience to the DFW area. Whether you're looking for a quick lunch or a night out with friends, Pizza Leila is the perfect destination for anyone who loves great food and great company.
Golf is an incredible and historic sport, but finding the time to consistently practice can be a challenge. As with any sport, repetition is key to improving your game, and that’s where Scratch Golf Club comes in. The founder, Tommy Graunke, had a vision to make playing golf easier and more accessible. That’s why he created an indoor facility with state-of-the-art TrackMan simulators, open 24/7. Come and join us at Scratch Golf Club to experience the future of golf!
The Green Family Art Foundation (“GFAF”) is a non-profit foundation based in Dallas, Texas. Founded in 2021, the GFAF’s mission is to provide a venue for, make grants to museums for the benefit of, and educate others about contemporary artists we believe communicate important ideas that are relevant and discussion-worthy today and in the future. All programming is free and open to the public.
The GFAF presents three exhibitions per year featuring works by emerging and established artists that the foundation chooses to support for aesthetic, expository, and illustrative purposes. These exhibitions will most often be group exhibitions that feature works with a common theme, although solo shows will occasionally be held. The exhibitions will generally be curated in-house, or by a guest curator who is involved in the selection of the works, as well as defining and refining the focus of the exhibition.