NEIGHBORHOODS

UPTOWN AREA

If you're looking for Dallas' premier neighborhood for dining, culture, and nightlife, look no further. Located just north of Downtown, the residential sections here are comprised mostly of condos, townhomes, and high-rise buildings...exactly the low-maintenance lifestyle buyers here are looking for. You can leave the car at home and take a walk or bike ride on the Katy Trail, a greenery-shrouded path cutting through the heart of the area, or stroll from home to an incredible array of restaurants, bars, and lounges. The rapidly-expanding Arts District, home of the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, and Meyerson Symphony Center, is continually expanding and will rival the cultural offerings of New York and San Francisco. From twentysomethings to empty nesters, it's easy to fall in love with the excitement and always-changing scene of Dallas' heart and soul.

KNOX/HENDERSON, M-STREETS
& LOWER GREENVILLE

If you're looking for Dallas' premier neighborhood for dining, culture, and nightlife, look no further. Located just north of Downtown, the residential sections here are comprised mostly of condos, townhomes, and high-rise buildings...exactly the low-maintenance lifestyle buyers here are looking for. You can leave the car at home and take a walk or bike ride on the Katy Trail, a greenery-shrouded path cutting through the heart of the area, or stroll from home to an incredible array of restaurants, bars, and lounges. The rapidly-expanding Arts District, home of the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, and Meyerson Symphony Center, is continually expanding and will rival the cultural offerings of New York and San Francisco. From twentysomethings to empty nesters, it's easy to fall in love with the excitement and always-changing scene of Dallas' heart and soul.

If you're looking for Dallas' premier neighborhood for dining, culture, and nightlife, look no further. Located just north of Downtown, the residential sections here are comprised mostly of condos, townhomes, and high-rise buildings...exactly the low-maintenance lifestyle buyers here are looking for. You can leave the car at home and take a walk or bike ride on the Katy Trail, a greenery-shrouded path cutting through the heart of the area, or stroll from home to an incredible array of restaurants, bars, and lounges. The rapidly-expanding Arts District, home of the Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Museum of Art, and Meyerson Symphony Center, is continually expanding and will rival the cultural offerings of New York and San Francisco. From twentysomethings to empty nesters, it's easy to fall in love with the excitement and always-changing scene of Dallas' heart and soul.

PARK CITIES - HIGHLAND PARK & UNIVERSITY PARK

Designed 100 years ago by the architect of Beverly Hills, Highland Park and University Park provide residents with an exceptional quality of life for which they gladly pay a premium. Known for world-class public schools, impressive police/fire response times, and impeccably-maintained parks and landscaping, the Park Cities are often the choice for buyers looking for the best of Dallas. Impressively-restored homes nearly a century old sit beside palatial new Mediterranean villas beneath mature trees and along meandering creeks. The heart of the neighborhood is Highland Park Village, a haven of exclusive tile-roofed shops and restaurants built in 1931 and now designated a National Historic Landmark.

Located just west of the Park Cities, the Bluffview, Greenway Parks, and Devonshire neighborhoods are undeniably some of the most beautiful and coveted areas of Dallas to call home. Spectacular estate homes tucked into the trees and on hilltops lure privacy-seekers to Bluffview, while others are drawn to the manicured greenbelts backing to the homes in Greenway Parks. Charming cottages and newly-constructed homes make up the Devonshire area, where residents enjoy easy access to the adjacent Inwood Village shops and restaurants, North Dallas Tollway, and the Park Cities.

Home to many of the most exclusive estate properties in Dallas, Preston Hollow has long been the prestigious choice for many of the city's most affluent residents. In addition to the multi-acre, creekfront estate homes, buyers can choose from a variety of options on generous-sized lots ranging from new construction to original 1950s ranch-style homes. The Preston Hollow/North Dallas area's central location makes it an ideal spot for easy access to highways, shopping, dining, business areas, and some of the top private schools in the Metroplex.

Some of the most beautiful homes in Dallas can be found in the picturesque Kessler Park neighborhood, located just minutes south of Downtown Dallas across the Trinity River. Thanks to the mature trees, dramatic elevations, and Stevens Park Golf Course, residents here appreciate the feeling of being far removed from the city despite the convenient location. In recent years the revitalization of the Bishop Arts District has influenced the opening of a variety of charming shops and restaurants with a hip yet relaxed vibe.

THE GALLERIA AREA & ADDISON

Considered by many to be the Uptown of the northern Metroplex, Addison features an exciting mix of restaurants, a wide variety of housing options (single-family homes, townhomes, condos), and easy access to Telecom Corridor offices. The Addison Circle neighborhood is home to the popular Taste of Addison food and music festival held each May. The nearby Galleria shopping mall recently completed a major renovation and showcases some of the finest retail shopping in North Texas.

SUBURBAN AREAS OF
THE DALLAS METROPLEX

The Metroplex offers numerous suburban neighborhood options extending in every direction and varying distances from Downtown Dallas. These areas have been popular for buyers looking for excellent public school choices and newly-constructed single-family homes. To the far north, McKinney has been popular with my clients for its rolling hills, scenic parks and country club, and brand-new subdivisions. Also favored are Southlake to the west for its upscale atmosphere and sophisticated shopping at Southlake Town Square, as well as the Las Colinas & Valley Ranch areas of Irving for those who work in the vicinity and like being in close proximity to Uptown Dallas and D/FW Airport. From Plano to Frisco, Colleyville to Flower Mound, there are a number of appealing options to consider.