Baylor/Meadows is a neighborhood in east Dallas that is characterized by the Baylor Medical Center, the Wilson Historic District, and the Dallas Latino Cultural Center. The Wilson Historic District features a variety of restored Victorian-era homes. The Meadows Foundation maintains the Wilson Historic District, and was created in 1981 to provide office space to non-profit organizations pro bono.
Elementary- J W Ray Elementary School
High- Woodrow Wilson High School, North Dallas High School
Exall, Garrett, Randall, and Buckner Parks are available for residents of the area to use. Although small to medium in size, they offer green spaces for families to enjoy the outdoors.
Baylor/Meadows is a foremost residential neighborhood, and therefore, does not have any local events.
Designed by architect Ricardo Legorreta and dedicated in 2003, the Latino Cultural Center (LCC) is a multidisciplinary arts center that presents Latino artists in the visual and performing arts, film, and literature. They also support local artists and organizations by developing and celebrating Latino art and culture.
The Baylor/Meadows area of Dallas offers plenty of pedestrian friendly streets, recreation and dog parks in a neighborhood of single-family homes, townhomes, condos and apartments.