The Arts District embodies the true spirit of creativity. Many of the lofts in this area have lovely views overlooking the cool architecture of the area. The DART rail provides easy access to multiple venues and an eclectic array of food choices!
The Bishop Arts district has truly been revitalized and delivers a small-town vibe where shop owners and eateries get to know you. There are over 60 independent boutiques, restaurants, bars, coffee shops & art galleries to try!
The Cedars neighborhood used to be the home for light industry, and many old warehouses have been converted into modern lofts. This is a hip area evolving into Dallas’ newest edgy art district!
Cityplace is the perfect all-in-one neighborhood for shopping, living, and working. It’s a mixed use development in the middle of the city, close by Uptown & just north of downtown. Apartments are affordable with lots of amenities to offer!
Bryan Place / Deep Ellum, one of the most historic neighborhoods in the Dallas area, started out as a residential & commercial neighborhood. The commercial buildings were converted to trendy lofts and still hold a “warehouse” feel that is great for open living!
In the Dallas Design District, spend evenings at art galleries and admire upscale interior design. It’s one of Dallas’ fastest growing communities with nearly 2,000 residential units in 5 developments!
Living in Downtown Dallas sets you at the center of trendy living. Dallas has hundreds of historic buildings that have been well-preserved and converted into stunning living spaces with character.
Apartments in Greenville blend right into the neighborhood, within walking distance of bars and restaurants with patios for gathering. Many of the historic homes have been renovated into apartments with original architecture!
Knox / Henderson is a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood, just a walk away from the Katy Trail, quirky bars, antique shops, and boutiques. There’s no shortage of recently renovated modern spacious apartments within walking distance of everything!
Lakewood is a charming community with beautiful green spaces & parks located by the shores of White Rock Lake. With all the beautiful scenery, we doubt you’ll ever come inside. If you do, there are plenty of apartments with easy access to the lake!
The Medical District is anchored by UT SW Medical Center, is home for thousands of medical professionals, and just a DART ride away from downtown Dallas. There are tons of new apartments in this neighborhood at a great price!
You’ve heard of uptown, and downtown. But Midtown? Say hello to the latest up-and-coming section of Dallas. Currently known as the area around Valley View Mall and the Galleria just off highway 635, Midtown is set to become a “city within a city” in the next few years.
M Streets may be best described as the secret of East Dallas. Just blocks away from Greenville, this neighborhood is a quietly nestled between highway 75 and the notorious Greenville Avenue.
The walking-friendly Oak Lawn area is known for its nightlife and vast fine dining options. The options for luxury apartments are endless, nestled between tree-lined streets and trails!
Just north of the University Park neighborhood in Dallas is the newest development known as Preston Hollow. This area is mainly residential stretching from Hillcrest Road on the east side all the way to Midway Road on the left side, with Walnut Hill Lane as the central east-west marker. This area is quaint, quiet, and has an upscale feel.
The apartments in the State Thomas neighborhood offer all the latest amenities in a stunning historic setting. This walkable neighborhood in Uptown is just to the north of Woodall Rogers Freeway with easy access to grocery stores, boutique shopping, and nightlife.
Turtle Creek is a Dallas neighborhood that runs along its namesake, anchored by the Turtle Creek Boulevard. A mix of both business and residential, this is a picturesque place to live with gentle rolling hills, lots of greenery, and the sound of the water trickling through the neighborhood.
West Village is just seconds away from downtown, streets are well-lit at night, ready for pedestrians to make their way out for shopping or socializing. Many apartments are situated on top of chic shopping areas with a variety of bars and restaurants nearby.
The apartments in Victory Park have a distinct urban vibe, coupled with modern amenities and designer-inspired features. Why should the party end? You’ll feel like you’re living the true “rock star” lifestyle in the midst of multiple huge venues!
Trinity Groves could be best identified by that stunning white bridge seen on the Dallas Skyline – the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Just over that bridge is West Dallas and Trinity Groves. It sits directly next to the Trinity River with plenty of options for biking or hiking along the rolling trails.
The historic West End is basically Dallas’ all-in-one tourist shop: The 6th Floor Museum, West End Pub and more! Apartments in the West End reflect the historic nature of the community. There is a lot of exposed brick, wood flooring, and spectacular views!
If you’re not looking for nightlife or walking distance to hip coffee shops and bars, consider living in the suburbs of Dallas. Picture beautiful rolling neighborhoods lined with trees, quiet well-planned communities, and a little extra space to breathe. Often the suburbs are a bit more affordable, while still offering close proximity to Dallas (if a ten-minute drive is okay with you). The suburbs have all that the city has to offer with excellent grocery stores, retail shopping, fabulous restaurants and even some of the city’s most notorious sports team arenas. To top it all off? There’s hundreds of parks and trails winding through the suburbs to take advantage of that are less well-known than say the Katy Trail downtown.
Addison has all the draw of the big city but provides a small town charming feel to residents. It’s a great place to both live and work.
Situated in between McKinney and Plano lies Allen, TX, an affluent suburb of Dallas. Now with more than 200 restaurants, popular chains and department stores, this 27-mile stretch is highly sought-after for living and working.
Just a hop and a skip from downtown Dallas lies the city of Carrollton. This area is pretty large, with the majority north of highway 635 but south of Highway 121.
Farmer’s Branch is an inner-ring suburb of DFW that touches North Dallas.
Directly northwest of the DFW airport, Flower Mound is close to Dallas and Fort Worth with miles of trails.
Frisco is ranked as one of the top cities to live in Texas. City officials are known for their careful planning to maintain healthy, clean neighborhoods.
Grand Prairie is one of a collection of Mid-Cities suburbs that are in between the Dallas and Fort Worth metros.
This community is north of highway 635, and even has some lakefront property on the west side of Lake Ray Hubbard.
There’s a lot to do and see in Irving. You’re within 10 minutes of DFW Airport for a quick getaway or business trip. Check out Irving for the best of the suburbs with a very downtown city feel!
Just minutes from the DFW International Airport is an incredible growing suburb known as Las Colinas. You’ll know you’re in Las Colinas when you see the architectural masterpieces framing the business community along the Mandalay Canal.
If you’re into the great outdoors and all the activities that go with it – fishing, boating, swimming, — you definitely want to consider Lewisville, TX. While slightly further (25 miles) from downtown Dallas than other suburbs like Plano or Carrollton, it’s worth it.
Little Elm is considered “Far North Dallas,” an extended suburb of DFW. It’s perfect if you prefer to spend your weekends on the boat or fishing from the shore of Lake Lewisville.
Residents of McKinney love the historic downtown area, with quaint one-of-a-kind restaurants and boutique shops. It’s a favorite on the weekends boasting art festivals and holiday events.
Mesquite is known as the “rodeo capital of Texas” because it is home to the Mesquite Championship Rodeo.
North Dallas is a great place to live, as it’s the heart of the city, just minutes from downtown making for a short commute. Some of the neighborhoods in this area are hallmarked for being the most prestigious in the metro.
Located just 19 miles north of downtown Dallas, Plano offers all the culture, arts, and shopping amenities that you’d expect in the big city.
Residents of Prosper love the open spaces with plenty of room for parks and recreation.You’re just 30 miles away from the DFW airport for all your travel needs.
An excellent school district and a low cost of living make Richardson an attractive place for those who work in Dallas but don’t necessarily want to live the downtown life.
Rockwall, Texas is one of the fastest growing suburbs of Dallas, situated just east of Lake Ray Hubbard with a beautiful shopping area on the lake.
Terrell is “the city of tomorrow with the charm of yesterday!” Close to DFW with lots of action and entertainment.
Downtown Fort Worth is a big city with a small town vibe – often dubbed “cowtown”. It’s many events and easy access make it a favorite for laid back city dwellers!
The city of Keller describes itself as “successfully balancing big-city comforts with small-town charm.” You really won’t feel like you’re missing anything here. This community is very residential without any major highways cutting through; perfect if you’re looking for peace and quiet!
Small town charm will captivate you in Roanoke: the community events in the historic downtown features over 40 restaurants and unique shops. This Fort Worth suburb is about 30 minutes north of Fort Worth and just 15 minutes from DFW airport. One of the lowest crime rates in DFW!
Trophy Club was given its name because the city was designed around a country club serving as the pinnacle for two golf courses. Trophy Club was the first master planned community in Texas, and the extra thought that went into carefully manicured streets and walkways shows!