You can walk to the finest restaurants, bars, Whole Foods, and shopping Dallas has to offer all along Mckinney Ave.This top the the line neighborhood boasts high rise luxury apartments and townhomes to fit all of your needs . After work you can go for a run on the Katy Trail or take the Mckinney trolley to a yoga class at Klyde Warren Park.


Probably best known for its Kaboom Town fireworks show, Addison is a fun and connected community in the North Dallas area. Located just north of 635 highway and sandwiched between the Dallas North Tollway and US 75 Highway, Addison is a central location for those who want to live in Dallas and commute elsewhere for work. It is also home to the 12­acre Vitruvian Park and the 10­acre Addison Circle Park, which are both unique green spaces with mixed ­use complexes.

Bishop Arts

Known for its eclectic culture and creative community, Bishop Arts is located in North Oak Cliff and home to over 60 independent boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, bars, and coffee shops. Just 10 minutes south of Downtown Dallas, it is the perfect location for those who want a cultured experience and a neighborhood feel without all the traffic.

Deep Ellum

Originally called “Deep Elm”, this area east of Downtown Dallas is one of the most historically significant neighborhoods in the city. It was established in 1873 and was Dallas’ first commercial districts. Robert S. Munger built his first cotton gin factory, the Continental Gin Company, which grew to become the largest manufacturer of cotton­ processing equipment. This space is now home to apartments and lofts. Not only is Deep Ellum rich in history, it is home to several music venues, art­based businesses, community­wide mural projects, and the winsome Traveling Man sculptures. And if loft style living is for you....Deep Ellum is your “go­to” destination.

Design District

The Design District came about in the 1950s’ as an inexpensive area to build warehouses and showrooms. Located just west of Downtown Dallas and just south of Oak Lawn, it has now evolved into an eclectic area comprised of upscale showrooms and design centers, as well as trendy restaurants and apartment complexes. It’s geographical footprint is small, but it packs a good punch! As the years go by, we are seeing more and more development occurring in this area and we look forward to what that will bring for us in the future!


Voted the best skyline in 2016 Downtown Dallas is breathtaking! Downtown is Texas’ premier destinations for the arts which is home to the Meyerson Symphony Center and the AT&T Performing Arts Center. For those interested in spending a day indoors to beat the Texas heat there is the Dallas Museum of Art, Sixth floor Museum at Dealey Plaza and the Perot Museum . Nothing beats going to a Mavs game after dining at a plethora of foodie hotspots.

East Dallas

Recognized for its schools and the picturesque White Rock Lake, East Dallas offers a laid­back lifestyle with proximity to the big ­city attractions. East Dallas is situated south of 635 and just east of US Highway 75. In the last 5 years, this area has become one of the hottest neighborhoods setting record low inventory and record high sales prices. The schools, topography, winding roads, White Rock Lake, and the unique vibe of East Dallas make it a unique area to live in the city.


Dallas locals flock to Greenville Ave for delicious Tex Mex, Pup fair and cozy coffee shops. Greenville Ave is divided into two sections by Mockingbird Ln­ upper and lower. Upper Greenville offers a more upscale atmosphere whereas lower Greenville has a much more bohemian flair for those who prefer a low key night of bar hopping.

Knox Henderson

The Knox­Henderson neighborhood is named after the two primary roads that connect over US Highway 75. The area is quickly developing into a pedestrian­friendly area with shops, restaurants, high­end apparel, and trendy bars throughout. The Knox side, west of 75, has an air of sophistication while the Henderson side, east of 75, has a more cultured­artsy side. Despite their differences, the neighborhood as a whole continues to maintain a cozy vibe despite the numerous development projects and its central Dallas location.

Oak Lawn

Nestled two­miles northwest of Downtown, south of Highland Park, and West of Uptown, Oak Lawn has become a very vibrant and diverse area. The neighborhood boasts an abundance of restaurants, bars, boutiques, and community events. It also offers commuters easy access to the Dallas North Tollway, making it a perfect location for those who want to live in the action and commute to work. Decidedly progressive and open­minded, the district has evolved to one of the top gay­friendly neighborhoods in the country.

Park Cities

Park Cities refers to two communities in Dallas County­ the Town of Highland Park and the City of University Park. Self ­governing and with their own joint school district, together they comprise the wealthiest patch of real estate in the DFW area. The larger lots, wider streets, mature trees, beautiful creek, and varied architecture make this neighborhood unique and grand in its own way. The highly desirable Highland Park ISD is also ranked at the top in the DFW area. And let’s not forget the swanky Highland Park Village which opened in 1931! This town­square was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2000 and is now home to a trendy movie theatre, luxury apparel shops, and fine­ dining fit for a king.


Southern Methodist University (SMU) is located in the heart of Dallas, adjacent to Highland Park. With its beautiful mature trees, manicured landscapes, and notable curriculum, SMU continues to capture students from across the United States.

Victory Park

Victory Park was developed by Ross Perot, Jr. This $3 billion dollar master planned development sits northwest of Downtown, and north of Spur 366. It is home to mostly office space and retail, with a few apartment complexes and luxury high­rises sprinkled in between. Probably the most notable attractions in Victory Park are the Perot Museum of Nature and Science, as well as the American Airlines Center. Walkability and city­living is key in this neighborhood.