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The Eisemann Center is part of an urban village setting. The Center is between the Renaissance Dallas-Richardson Hotel and the Galatyn Park light rail station to the west and a number of multi-use buildings to the east and southeast including offices, restaurants, and residential complexes. This creates an urban area that the City of Richardson takes advantage of each year in locating its Wildflower! Arts and Music Festival here, where up to 80,000 people come on a weekend to hear live music from nationally recognized performers, tour the Eisemann, and choose from a variety of festival-type foods.
The Eisemann Center is located just south of the intersection of Central Expressway (US 75) and the President George Bush Turnpike (Hwy. 190). This provides excellent highway access off the major North-South axis of Central Expressway in Dallas County and the East-West PGBT (Hwy. 190) that connects DFW Airport to this area. Just a few hundred feet from the Eisemann Center’s front doors is the DART Rail Galatyn Park Station on the Red Line.
A public plaza features a water fountain that welcomes visitors to this Urban Center. The Renaissance Dallas-Richardson Hotel and Galatyn Park Conference Center provide more than 30,000 additional square feet of meeting and banquet space located adjacent to the Eisemann Center. With the close proximity of additional full-service hotels, the Center can accommodate a wide variety of activities and events.
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