“M” Streets

In 2002, Greenland Hills became the ninth conservation district in Dallas. The designation, and accompanying restrictions, halted destruction of many prized homes.  A special city permit is now required before any building or renovation work can proceed.

Today, Greenland Hills – affectionately known as M-Streets because so many of its streets begin with the letter “M” – is a cohesive cluster of 916 homes, many of them Craftsman and Tudor-style cottages and bungalows.

The neighborhood of tree-lined streets is only five miles from downtown Dallas, and is bounded by North Central Expressway, Vanderbilt Avenue, Greenville Avenue, McCommas Boulevard and Skillman Avenue.

“M” Streets Neighborhood Association

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