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Question by  MelanieD (52)

Does Dallas have an underground city?

I know lots of older cities do...


Answer by  crawreb (37)

Dallas does not have an underground city, like Atlanta does. In fact, Dallas has not existed as a large city for very long compared to most cities in the US! Also, underground structures are fairly uncommon in North Texas- despite being in Tornado Alley, very few houses have basements in this area, mostly due to fears of Radon leakage.


Answer by  tamarawilhite (17883)

No. Most of north Texas has mud and clay that easily shifts throughout the year. A few neighborhoods in Dallas near the Federal Reserve bank have basements, but no underground tunnels. The Federal reserve was built where it was because that was the only area for miles with bedrock.


Answer by  NobodysHome (385)

Dallas does have some underground tunnels; they are not well-known, so it is unlikely that they could be described as an actual city. They are, however, fascinating.


Answer by  Anonymous

Dallas does have an underground city. Easiest way to find it, is from the West End. Its not that large and its not much of a city, but it's interesting to visit. You can actually get to the downtown area through the tunnels.


Answer by  simplyellie (89)

Yes, Dallas does have an underground city that winds through the business district near West End and farther on that consists of shops and other businesses, including businesses that are attached from their underground outlet to their skyrise about it.


Answer by  359BA (32)

There is an underground shopping mall and food court under Renaissance Tower on Elm street in downtown. It is an underground network of tunnels that connects a few of the buildings in the area.


Answer by  Liz59 (10966)

Dallas does not have an underground city like most other cities. It hasn't been around for long enough. It has some tunnels though.

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