2123 Canton St

Dallas, TX 75201


3 Beds
3 ½ Baths
Single Family
Traditional Soft Contemporary
2,307 sq ft
Year Built: 2011
MLS: 20124796
Property Tax: $13,665/year
2123 Canton St, Dallas, TX 75201

Sophisticated Urban Living in the Heart of Dallas

Enjoy the ultimate experience of urban living from this contemporary townhome just steps Farmers Market, East Quarter, Ruebals,  AT&T Discovery District, Deep Ellum and soon to come Hardwood Park. Blending clean & soft contemporary details, the home welcomes you to a dedicated guest bedroom or office with ensuite full bath. With nature ever-present, the living area boasts 12ft ceilings, an open-floor plan with spacious living, gleaming hardwoods, decorative lighting, plantation shutters and elegant dining which flows into the eat-in kitchen fit with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops and bar top island. The third level features a generous master suite with walk-in custom closet system, a serene master bath with dual vanities, spa-like tub and separate glass shower. The third level also features a 3rd guest room fit with ensuite full bath. Relax, cookout, and entertain on the rooftop terrace overlooking majestic downtown Dallas. See website and 3D Tour for more details.


Built-in Appliances
City View
Dual Pane Windows
Ceiling Fans
Near Restaurants
Built-in Vanities
Island Countertops
Near Shops
Private Patio
Stainless Appliances
Walk-in Closets

Farmers Market + The Shed + Schools

East :: Shop :: Play

The Shed is an open-air pavilion where you can shop from regional vendors who grow, raise, make and produce food. You’ll find a mix of farmers with seasonal produce grown in this climate, ranchers with naturally raised meats, cheese, eggs and honey, and food artisans who make breads, canned and regional/international foods. The Shed also has a handful of arts and crafts vendors throughout the year.

Shop & Dine: The Market Shops + Harvest Loft Retail + Taylor Loft Retail 

Favorite Shops: Whiski Designs :: Simply Irresistiable :: Texas Goods Company
Favorite Restaurants: National Anthem :: Palmeri Cafe :: Rex's Seafood & Market
Coming Soon: Brass Ram & Pop Top!!!

Schools: First Presbyterian Church of Dallas Day School

The First Presbyterian Church of Dallas Day School provides quality childcare from infancy through Pre-K. We provide an educational experience that supports cognitive, social, emotional, physical and spiritual development in a Christian setting. Our early childhood professionals lead this outstanding program in partnership with each family.

East Quarter & Deep Ellum

Live :: Play :: Work

East Quarter

East quarter is a neighborhood filled with turn-of-the-century brick, stone and timber jewel boxes. These historic automobile showrooms have been home to Dallas’ most innovative companies since its inception as “Auto-Row” in the 1920s. Captivated by the history and transcendent architecture, Todd Interests set out to acquire 18 historic buildings in 2018. The acquisition totaled about 200,000 square feet acquired from four owners to be converted into a combination of office and retail space. When complete, East Quarter will be an urban destination district within Dallas.

In addition to restoring the existing 18 historic buildings of East Quarter, the project also includes a new 20-story mixed use development with retail, office and residential space. Though an expansive building, the new development has been carefully designed to respect the already existing historic structures. At its core is the nearly 100-year-old Meletio building, which will serve as the centerpiece of the new development. The project features 200,000 square feet of offices, 25,000 square feet of retail space, and 336 class A residential apartments, complete with an eighth-floor amenity deck with a swimming pool and outdoor areas.

Visit: www.eastquarterdallas.com 

Deep Ellum

As one of Dallas' first commercial districts for African-Americans and European immigrants, Deep Ellum is one of the most historically and culturally significant neighborhoods in the city. Deep Ellum was established in 1873 as both a residential and commercial neighborhood. Originally called Deep Elm as much of the activity centered around Elm Street just east of downtown Dallas, the pronunciation "Deep Ellum" by residents gave rise to the district's current name.

Deep Ellum has long been famed for its iconic concert halls, like the Bomb Factory and Canton Hall, which are currently closed, and Trees (where Nirvana’s Kurt Cobain infamously got into a fist fight with a bouncer on stage before storming out onto Elm Street, mid-gig). But in recent years it’s also become a major food spot. Add a burgeoning rooftop cocktail scene, a collection of avant-garde art galleries, an ever-expanding roster of quirky artisan shops and boutiques, and a newly opened, wow-worthy Kimpton hotel, The Pittman, and you have a neighborhood with a faster pulse and a deeper soul than anywhere else in the Big D.

Visit: www.deepellumtexas.com

Virtual Tour

3D Tour

Discover Downtown Dallas

Shops :: Restaurants :: Retails

Downtown Dallas is the Central Business District (CBD) of Dallas, Texas USA, located in the geographic center of the city. Srong organic growth of Downtown Dallas since the early 2000s and continuing into the present has now resulted in Downtown Dallas, Inc.'s expansion of the term "Downtown" to include the explosive growth occurring immediately north of the Woodall Rodgers Freeway in the Victory Park and Uptown. Turtle Creek Districts as well as past Central Expressway to the east in the new East QuarterDeep Ellum and Bryan Place Districts, past Interstate 30 to the south with the Cedars District, and jumping over Interstate 35E to the west to include the Design District and Lower Oak Lawn. In total there are 15 districts that now form the definition of "Downtown"!

Parks & Trails

In the heart of Downtown

Harwood Park (Coming Soon)

Bordered by the Main Street District, the East Quarter, and Farmers Market, Harwood Park will knit together these Downtown neighborhoods; the commingling this fosters is no coincidence. 

The 4-acre project is taking the place of parking lots and vacant buildings, and revitalizing a Dallas historic district. Known these days as the East Quarter, the Harwood Historic District was once a hub for the film industry in Dallas. 

Harwood Park

Santa Fe Trail

The Santa Fe Trail is a 4.3 mile multi-use concrete path that connects our most significant nature resource, White Rock Lake, to three major historic neighborhoods. As it reaches through East Dallas to Deep Ellum, Fair Park and Downtown Dallas, it touches cultural and natural landmarks, quiet neighborhoods of architectural significance, thriving employment centers, exciting entertainment districts and beautiful recreational destinations.

The City of Dallas and TXDOT have provided a great 12-foot-wide path for the community—which includes commuters, families, shoppers, athletes, artists and social groups of all kinds—and it is up to us, the users of the trail and the neighbors who live near the trail, to make it the community asset we wish it to be. The Master Plan for the trail includes amenities for both the beautification of the park as well as general use, enhanced safety and enjoyment, while keeping with the character of each of the four precincts along the path. 

Santa Fe Trail 

White Rock Lake | Arboretum

Trails :: Biking :: Kayaking :: Sailing

White Rock Lake: White Rock Lake is one of the most heavily used parks in the Dallas Park system and is the location of many special events and runs.  White Rock Lake offers a variety of active and passive activity options and is one of the best places to experience natural areas and wildlife in an urban setting.Arboretum: The Dallas Arboretum, one of the most beautiful outdoor attractions in Dallas, features 66-acres of spectacular display gardens that showcase incredible seasonal flowers, ornamental shrubs, trees and plant collections in a serene setting on White Rock Lake.

Click to View:

White Rock Lake

White Rock Lake - For the Love of the Lake


Floor Plans

Farmers Market

Farmers Market

: As Dallas began to flourish in the late 19th century, farmers began to sell their produce in locations around the city from their wagons. Soon enough, the intersection of South Pearl Expressway and Cadiz Street became the hub of a thriving wholesale business—produce, chickens, pigs, eggs and goats were all sold to the people of North Texas. But as the city grew, so did the demand for farm-fresh produce and meat. So, in 1939, the site of the Dallas Farmers Market was expanded and the first Shed was established. By 1941, the site was officially sanctioned as a municipally owned and operated market. After growing for generations, the Dallas Farmers Market is home to over 200 small businesses and supports more than 50 Texas farmers and ranches throughout the year. The Dallas Farmers Market team continues the mission of cultivating a more sustainable lifestyle of all of North Texas through educational outreach, special events, and providing a unfied voice to the community of stakeholders that call DFM home. Looking back on the legacy of agricultural supporters allows us to forge a path for a sustainable future, here, in the heart of downtown. 

Farmers Market & The Shed: The Shed is an open-air pavilion where you can shop from regional vendors who grow, raise, make and produce food. You’ll find a mix of farmers with seasonal produce grown in this climate, ranchers with naturally raised meats, cheese, eggs and honey, and food artisans who make breads, canned and regional/international foods. The Shed also has a handful of arts and crafts vendors throughout the year.

Shop & Dine: The Market Shops + Harvest Loft Retail + Taylor Loft Retail 


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2123 Canton St
Dallas, TX 75201
3 Bed | 3 ½ Baths

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