Highland Park has held on to its status as a self-sufficient municipality independent of Dallas, even though it’s four miles from the city’s center.
Taking up significant square mileage in northeast Dallas, Lake Highlands is broader and farther out than most Dallas neighborhoods.
Situated along the western edge of White Rock Lake, this neighborhood takes full advantage of the perks of lakeside living.
Interest in this humble, hilly neighborhood has spiked in recent years. Its streets lined with cozy homes appeal to young professionals.
A swirl of traditions and lifestyles converge here alongside quirky shops, dive-y watering holes, and restaurants that top critics’ best lists.
Preston Hollow’s high-profile residents (a former president among them) appreciate the privacy and panoramic views afforded by multi-acre lots.
Wedged between Oak Lawn and Uptown, this tony narrow parcel is named for Turtle Creek, the spring-fed stream it runs alongside.
University Park has grown from a small nucleus of teacher housing into a full-fledged community with multi-generational appeal.
The mixed-use developments that have popped up in Uptown equate to more than 200 restaurants, 160 shops and glossy apartments.