Kessler Park is often referred to as Dallas’ hidden jewel of a neighborhood. Many Dallas observers, and media publications, have referred to it as perhaps the most beautifully situated residential area of the city, with attractive, hilly topography, old-growth trees, atmospheric beauty and impressive architecture that would be the pride of any city. Its close access to two interstate highways (I-30 and I-35E) makes getting from Kessler Park to any other part of the city a quick and easy process. The cohesiveness and amazing productivity sponsored and coordinated by its active neighborhood association (“KNU”), is unsurpassed in the City of Dallas.
The neighbors of Kessler Park, named for Dallas’ first City Planner, George E. Kessler, tend to be very proud of their homes, their streets, and their public spaces.
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