The most affluent neighborhood in Dallas, Highland Park is probably the closest thing to Beverly Hills you’re going to find outside of California. With its million-dollar home listings and close proximity to the elite Dallas Country Club it’s easy to see why this incredibly desirable neighborhood is at the top of the list for the city’s wealthiest population. Want a piece of the action but can’t afford a mansion? Not to worry. Amidst the luxury homes there are also a number of charming Highland Park apartments for rent as well.
Where: 4 miles north of Downtown
Why you want to live there: There is perhaps no other neighborhood in the city of Dallas that is more aligned with the “get what you pay for” mentality. Highland Park’s exclusivity and pricey exterior provides for some of the best public schools in not only the state, but also the country. Additionally, the beautifully designed neighborhood and outdoor spaces are both walkable and extremely safe, and border some of the area’s more eclectic and energetic neighborhoods such as Oak Lawn and University Park. Most apartments in Highland Park feature posh pools and a plethora of other perks and amenities, allowing residents to enjoy life in the lap of luxury.
- Population: 8,950
- Median age: 46.1
- Median household income: $165,591
A few of our favorite places:
- Shopping: Highland Park Village
- Food & Drink: Cafe Pacific, Mi Cocina, Celebrity Cafe & Bakery
- Art and Culture: Village Theatre
- Attractions: Highland Park Centennial Literary Festival
- Nightlife: La Cuevita, Block Party
- Parks & Rec: Flippen Park
Highland Park’s exclusive demeanor appeals to not only the area’s wealthy but also those looking for a safe neighborhood within a fantastic school system. If you and your family feel this area is right for you, contact Dallas Apartment Locators to view a listing of Highland Park apartments for rent. We can help you find the perfect home in this beautiful neighborhood today.
*Data provided by DMagazine and Yelp
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