Historic Preservation


3829 N Hall Street


The structure at 3829 N Hall Street, built in 1920,  is a rare local example of the Prairie School style espoused by Frank Lloyd Wright and his Chicago contemporaries. It stands out from typical Prairie School style structures because of its lack of a front porch and because it maintains a strong vertical emphasis. Prairie School style structures with these features are sometimes called Vernacular Wright and are unique to Dallas, although several predecessors exist in and around Chicago. 

  Ordinance #26244

Designations: Dallas Landmark (2006)

Further Research:
3829 N Hall Landmark Nomination Form