The all seeing “Eye,” is a 30-foot tall eyeball sculpture. Having spent time in Chicago, the Eye, by artist Tony Tasset, has been on exhibit in Dallas since 2013. Sept. 26, 2015

The restaurant-lined street leading to the “All Seeing Eye.” Sept. 26, 2015

Eying the “Eye” close up. Sept. 26, 2015

Entrance to the Main Street Garden which includes a cafe, shaded area, splash fountain, dog park and a children’s play area. It covers the block of Main, St. Paul, Harwood and Commerce. Sept. 26, 2015

The shaded area of the Main Street Garden. Sept. 26, 2015

A view of downtown Dallas from the Main Street Garden. Sept. 26, 2015

The Mercantile National Bank Building, now called The Merc Apartments, has been gracing the Dallas skyline since 1943. Sept. 26, 2015

This piece of art is on the Mercantile Continental Building on Commerce Street. The 30-foot high mosaic sculpture by artist Millard Sheets includes a cowboy, native Americans, horses and wild animals made of carved stone, brightly colored Italian glass tile and 22-karat gold. Sept. 26, 2015

The flagship and corporate headquarters for Neiman Marcus. Sept. 26, 2015

Pedestrian passageway by Neiman Marcus. Sept. 26, 2015

This landmark is the Magnolia Hotel, which opened as the 29-story skyscraper Magnolia Petroleum Building in 1922. In 1934, the Pegasus…the original, was erected on the building’s roof. Sept. 26, 2015

Close up of the Magnolia Hotel building. Sept. 26, 2015

The fabulous facade of the Adolphus Hotel, which was opened in 1912, is currently under renovation. Sept. 26, 2015

An old photo of Dallas on the side of an apartment complex on Field between Jackson and Wood Streets. Sept. 26, 2015