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  • DISPLAY AND LAGOON POOL

    Swim-Up Bar
    Towel Service
    Pool/Bar Service
    Cabana
    Expansive Pool Decks

  • RESIDENT CLUBHOUSE

    Private Residents Club
    Two Story Clubhouse
    Pool Tables
    Bar and Restaurant
    Patios with Pool Deck Views
    Gathering Spaces

  • Softball and Sports Field

    Covered Dugouts
    Bleachers
    Scoreboard
    Concession Stand 
    Lighted Softball Field
    Open Play Fields

  • Resident Fitness Club

    Two-story Fitness Facility
    Multiple Fitness Studios
    Spin Studio
    Indoor Basketball Court
    Indoor Running Track
    HIIT Lawn
    Indoor Volleyball Court

  • Golf Club

    18 Hole Championship Putting Course
    Pro Shop
    Tiki Bar With Outdoor Patio
    Fire Pits
    19th Hole Putting Social
    Indoor Full Swing Golf Simulators

  • FLATS

    Studio, 1, 2 And 3 Bedroom Flats
    Penthouses
    Massive Patios
    Floor to Ceiling Windows
    Bosch Appliances
    Ceramic Tile Flooring
    Granite Countertops
    European Millwork Cabinetry
    Spa Inspired Bathrooms
    Underground Parking Garage Options

  • TOWNHOMES

    2 And 3 Bedroom Townhomes
    Direct Access Two Car Tandem Garage
    Hardwood Floors
    Private Yards
    Multiple Patios
    Bosch Appliances
    European Millwork Cabinetry

  • Drey Hotel

    - 38 Key Boutique Hotel
    - Event Hall For Private Events - 300 Person Capacity
    - Two Restaurants Onsite
    - The Village Membership Day Pass
    - Panoramic Village and Downtown Dallas Views
    - One-acre Event Lawn For Private Ceremonies


The Village Then and Now

  • 1960s

    1960s

    It all started in 1968, when 300-plus acres of rolling fields in a happening city found their green groove. The lush new development (and lifestyle) put the cool in community for the era.

  • 1970s

    1970s

    The party was key: The Hill began leasing in 1970, designed with one-of-a-kind touches that unlocked the adventures of the decade.

  • 1970s

    1970s

    Colorful places to live and play, the six original neighborhoods of The Village were aptly drawn on this brochure as far-out lands on a tripped-out game board.

  • 1970s

    1970s

    The bicycles were built for two in a community of young singles who were most enjoying the ride—freewheeling fun and a new spin on the city. Let the good times roll.

  • 1970s

    1970s

    Each neighborhood had its own distinct personality—and personalities—united by the spirit of sharing the day with friends. (Note moustaches were not mandatory anywhere.)

  • 1970s

    1970s

    The shape of things to come was...in the jeans. Life in The Village promised to take some interesting turns—a stylish, truly personalized experience. No rough patches!

  • 1980s

    1980s

    Residents translated hard-charging '80s terminology to The Village by, uh pooling their resources. Countless bottles of sunscreen (now we know) and 32 pools later, social life here continues to come with a splash.

  • 1980s

    1980s

    Waters run deep, still. An overview—over decades—of The Village kind of awesome features legendary pool parties, lawn hangouts and days long with lounging.

  • 1980s

    1980s

    Encore, encore. Live oaks (45 feet tall) and live music (45 years strong) line the lawn, with free concerts that play on. The Village people rock.

  • 1980s

    1980s

    Like, totally. The value of The Village goes so far beyond your front door, to indoor-outdoor living: acres of parks, trails, lakes, sports fields, grilling areas, event lawns.

  • 1990s

    1990s

    Pump you up. Many muscles—and friendships—were built on the '90s fitness craze in the on-trend, on-site fitness center. Good health and good humor endure.

  • Today

    Today

    Neighborhood gatherings, from wine tastings to waffle wakeups to bringing the best of Dallas in, light up with laughter. And then s'more.

  • Today

    Today

    Raise a glass or a mason jar to the good life. This is otherwise known as life in The Village, particularly when busy days turn deliciously slow and take a seat at the table.

  • Today

    Today

    The pool parties today are plus infinity—to take the edge off. Unwind with friends beside a sea of blue or in acres of green, coloring your day as bright, as calm, as lively as you'd like it to be.

  • Today

    Today

    Remember those cool cats cycling through the '70s? The tandem bike triumphs today too, now through The Village or into the city, onto Katy Trail and White Rock Lake.

  • Today

    Today

    As iconic as the filming of Dallas (scenes were shot at The Lakes), as much a staple as police on horseback, and as timeless as that red-winged Pegasus, life in The Village is commemorated in D Magazine's 40th anniversary issue.