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Region # Listings Min Price Max Price PPSQFT ADDISON AND FAR NORTH DALLAS 59 $110,000 $799,000 $202 EAST DALLAS 103 $95,000 $749,000 $239 NORTH DALLAS 49 $89,500 $950,000 $194 NORTHEAST DALLAS 45 $70,000 $395,000 $149 NORTHWEST DALLAS 8 $92,000 $380,000 $139 OAK CLIFF 25 $75,000 $953,628 $251 OAK LAWN 246 $114,985 $15,000,000 $359 SOUTHEAST DALLAS 1 $90,500 $90,500 $82 SOUTHEAST DENTON COUNTY 0 $0 $0 $0
ADDISON AND FAR NORTH DALLAS
$110,000 to $799,000
$95,000 to $749,000
$89,500 to $950,000
$70,000 to $395,000
$92,000 to $380,000
$75,000 to $953,628
$114,985 to $15,000,000
Priced at $90,500
Addison and Far North Dallas comprise one of the most dynamic regions in North Texas. Though Addison is a Dallas suburb and Far North Dallas is part of Dallas, the two bordering communities complement one another and sweeten the urban package for area condo owners. Addison is only 4.4 square miles, but it contains a municipal airport and more than 170 restaurants, and it hosts 22 annual events and festivals. Aside from being a business hub, Far North Dallas is known for charming ...
East Dallas condos mirror the area’s diverse landscape. Whether you’re in the market for a SOHO-style loft in a retooled landmark building or a brand new townhouse with a lush maintenance-free curb appeal, you’ll likely find it here along with plenty of specialty shops, restaurants and nightlife to complement your lifestyle.
North Dallas is one of the wealthiest regions in the Dallas area. While it overlaps parts of Far North Dallas, it likewise encompasses the Park Cities communities and sets the affluent tone for the northward movement to Richardson, Plano and Frisco. The region is a great place to live, work and play. Aside from Texas Instruments, major hospitals and SMU, it's synonymous with country clubs, upscale shopping at NorthPark Center, eclectic boutiques at Preston Center and Snider Plaza and tons of ...
Northeast Dallas has a spirit all its own. The White Rock Lake area and eastern portions of Mockingbird Lane and Northwest Highway have an electric energy that embraces urban walkability and style. But despite the personality differences of these side-by-side neighborhoods, they share a spirit that can only be defined by the charismatic sense of community. Northeast Dallas condos - which include upscale townhomes, trendy lofts and low-cost flats - are every bit as diverse. Whether ...
Northwest Dallas is one of the largest regions in the metro area. The nearly 96 square mile area is filled with major employers including Dallas Love Field, the Medical District, Design District and Market Center as well as the USPS Bulk Mail Center, UT Southwestern Medical Center and so much more. Consequently the urban culture is vast, but walkability is minimal, though neighborhood spots are plentiful. Aside from Inwood Village, shopping is woven throughout the region. And Bachman Lake is ...
Twenty years ago, Oak Cliff's claim to fame was the Dallas Zoo, VA Hospital and Methodist Medical Center in addition to lush native landscape and rolling hills. Today it is also one of the hottest urban regions in Dallas. Between the Bishop Arts District, Tyler-Davis District and Kessler District in the northern area, tons of trendy shops, eateries, galleries and special events are just steps away from a growing number of Cliff condo dwellers. And new developments are constantly in the ...
Though Oak Lawn only encompasses 12 square miles, it packs a punch in terms of broad condo choices and urban livability. The region includes the upscale Turtle Creek neighborhood surrounded by Oak Lawn and Uptown. While Turtle Creek contains the Katy Trail, native greenery and the creek, Oak Lawn and Uptown are urban epicenters for trendy shopping, dining and nightlife. Oak Lawn condos run the gamut from luxury high rises, lofts and townhomes to older renovated properties. Despite ...
Southeast Dallas is positioned to be the next big thing in the city's urban condo network. Location and land availability are huge assets. The region - which encompasses Pleasant Grove, Piedmont and Buckner Terrace - is less than 10 minutes from Downtown via I-30, I-45 and Hwy. 175. Thirty two percent of its land is either undeveloped or vacant. Green space is plentiful. And property costs are among the most affordable in the metro area. Most Southeast Dallas condos are reasonably ...
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