One thing all great communities have in common is a great gathering place: There's New York's Times Square, Boston Common, Chicago's Daley Plaza, and now Victory Plaza in Dallas.
Completed in 2007 by local developer Hillwood, Victory Plaza is a newcomer to the league of great gathering spots but not a stepchild. In fact, Victory Plaza represents a new era in urban place making that uses gigantic high-resolution LED video screens with a lively mix of digital art, film, news, and other information to attract visitors and keep them there. The high-tech $30 million Victory Park Screens has established the plaza as a unique amenity for Hillwood's new 75-acre Victory Park master planned development in the Uptown district of Dallas.
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