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  • Lower Greenville

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    Although Dallas has recently garnered some extra hipness, Lower Greenville has always been one of the cooler parts of the city. Within its borders lies one of the area’s best vintage clothing stores, as well as numerous bars and restaurants that can satisfy the most eclectic of tastes. Anchoring

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  • Lake Highlands

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    Texas may be flat, but Lake Highlands is defined by its rolling hills and proximity to White Rock Lake. Drive up and down the streets and you will find a plethora of charming houses and beautiful parks. Established in the early 1900’s, Lake Highlands is home to a tight-knit group …

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  • Government District

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    The streets of the Goverment District rumble with the traffic of municipal business by day, but are quiet come sundown. Filled with a mix of big government buildings, this nabe has a strong professional vibe. If you find yourself working for the city, or just desiring a quieter slice of …

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  • JUNIUS HEIGHTS

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    Junius Heights wins the prize for being Dallas’ largest historic district. It’s obvious why residents take such pride in showing off their charming houses at the annual home tour—this nabe was named one of This Old House’s “Best Old House Neighborhoods of 2010.” Residents dwell in a diverse mix

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  • Lake West

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    Part of West Dallas, Lake West is a small collection of low rise apartments and public housing buildings that overlook gritty urban avenues. The construction of the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge is bringing new attention to the area. New shops and residences are in this nabe's future, as well as …

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  • Belmont

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    Belmont is a neatly built mix of historical “bungalow” homes and low rise apartments. Just minutes north of downtown, the area shares its restaurants and nightlife with Lower Greenville but offers a somewhat quieter way of life. Construction can be seen occasionally, but all in all this nabe has been …

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  • Highland Park

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    Highland Park is simply immaculate. With pristinely maintained homes and the lush sprawl of nearby Southern Methodist University, this area of Dallas ranks among the city's most picturesque. A bevy of local shops and restaurants combined with easy access to downtown make this nabe unparalleled in convenience. For both

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  • Kessler Park

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    With its hilly streets, impressive houses, and beautiful, mature trees, Kessler Park is quite the hidden gem inside Oak Cliff. No wonder Kessler Park’s on the rise to becoming one of Dallas’ hot spots. Kessler Park is also home to the scenic Stevens Park Golf Course. The close proximity to …

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  • Irving

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    The commuters who fill Dallas' freeways each morning are likely headed towards Irving. Home to numerous large companies and the University of Dallas, Irving takes up a massive portion of the Dallas metro area. This nabe contains a mix of high rises, suburban smatterings, and the occasional wide-open lot. New …

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  • Vickery Place

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    As one of Dallas’ oldest suburbs, Vickery Place is a nabe with cozy homes dating back to the early 1900’s. The majority of the houses are quaint, one-story bungalows. Although it’s rare to find a two-story home, it’s common to find residents enjoying their picturesque porches here. Knox-Henderson Avenue—one

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  • Mesquite

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    With older homes, an eclectic mix of people, and large plots of green grass here and there, Mesquite is a refreshing break from the flashy life commonly found in the Dallas suburbs: no gated communities or upscale shopping centers here! Instead, Mesquite offers a nice selection of chain restaurants and …

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  • Main Street District

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    This nabe is the heart of Dallas, simply put. One of the first to undergo redevelopment, Main Street now glimmers with refurbished highrises and historic storefronts. Comparable to Manhattan's midtown, some of the city's most famous buildings are found here. Downtown, Deep Ellum, and Victory Park are just a stone's …

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  • Mountain Creek Meadows

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    Mountain Creek Meadows is a sprawling green nabe located south of Dallas proper. The focus of this nabe is Mountain Creek Lake, which takes up about half of the area. The other half consists of the Dallas Theological Seminary (the 5th largest seminary in Northern America), the Dallas Naval

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  • Buckner Terrace Everglade Park

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    Buckner Terrace Everglade Park (whoo, what a name!) is a residential nabe in East Dallas. Similar to nearby Pleasant Grove, this area has many modest homes. There’s an interesting mix of houses here—half are economical, cookie-cutter homes, while the other half are smaller, older homes with mature trees decorating the …

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  • Lake Cliff

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    An oasis in Oak Cliff's concrete spread, Lake Cliff offers a remarkable glimpse into historic Dallas. The area's eponymous park was initially constructed in 1906, making it one of the city's oldest recreational spots. This nabe's focus point is the Lake Cliff Tower, which was recently converted into high rise …

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  • Rowlett

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    Rowlett lies far to the north of Dallas. Quiet and upscale, it exhibits a strong “small town” vibe. The communities are as friendly as the neighborhoods are charming. Lake Ray Hubbard comprises the east border of this nabe and offers easy opportunities for leisure on the weekends. Nearby Garland

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  • Devonshire

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    Devonshire is a small pocket neighborhood in the Park Cities area. With hush residential streets populated by massive modern homes, the area feels pleasantly secluded despite its location in the bustle of North Dallas. Nearby shopping centers offer charming local restaurants and an abundance of parks make this neighborhood ideal …

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  • Reunion District

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    The home of Dallas' iconic (and dandelion-esque) Reunion Tower, this nabe is nestled right in Downtown. A large hotel and convention center and nearby highways ensure this nabe will always be bustling with traffic and visitors. The DART train runs right up under Reunion Tower, making it easy to get …

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  • Glencoe Park

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    Glencoe Park is a tiny nabe nestled between Central Expressway and Lower Greenville. The styles of houses are like those in Lakewood and Ridgewood Park—a perfect mix of quaint cottages and humble homes. With a walking trail, picnic tables, tennis court, basketball hoops, football field, and soccer field, the

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  • Riverway Estates

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    Humble Riverway Estates lies between Mesquite and Dallas. A far cry from the mostly suburban landscape of Dallas, this nabe is a quaint area of older homes and hush streets. A low traffic area, this nabe is noticeably calmer than the two bustling cities it lies between. The people of …

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  • Downtown

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    This is it–this is Dallas. Downtown has been booming over the last decade. New high rises are abundant, and cultural life has been revived through the opening of the Performing Arts Center. The American Airlines Center is just around the corner, and a Mavs game is sure to fill the …

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  • Bryan Place

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    Bryan Place is a community unto itself. Nestled just above downtown, the area's historic homes and pristine streets make for one of the city's most picturesque neighborhoods. Residents pride themselves on being warm and closely acquainted, and can often be seen enjoying the greenery of nearby Exall Park. Lying

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  • Oak Cliff

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    One of Dallas' oldest nabes, Oak Cliff features a variety of sights and sounds found nowhere else in the city. From industrial avenues to stately boulevards, from low-rise apartments to impressive estates, Oak Cliff has it all. Despite struggling with a reputation for grit, the neighborhood has been steadily improving …

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  • Cochran Heights

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    A tiny nabe in East Dallas, Cochran Heights is almost an exact replica of its neighbor Vickery Place—without all the funky restaurants and shops on Knox-Henderson Avenue. This nabe also has a few more apartments sprinkled throughout it. Like Vickery Place, it has a charming blend of bungalow-style homes where …

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  • Koreatown

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    Dallas' own Koreatown is nestled to the northwest of the Park Cities and Downtown. Truly a nabe apart from the rest, Koreatown contains sights and smells that can be found nowhere else in the metro area. Cuisine here is among some of the best and most eclectic, and the

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  • Coppell

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    Coppell is as suburban as it gets. This nabe is located far beyond the actual city of Dallas, and many consider it to be the metro's northwestern border. Coppell's proximity to DFW airport makes it a perfect nabe for those who travel, but the area also offers quiet streets and …

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  • Little Forest Hills

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    Austinites want to “Keep Austin Weird,” and residents of Little Forest Hills are adamant about their campaign to “Keep Little Forest Hills Funky.” By promoting this slogan, they hope to preserve the nabe’s historic homes (most built between 1920 and 1940) and prevent teardowns. With unique houses painted in

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  • Lakewood

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    As one of the nabes bordering White Rock Lake, the neighborhood of Lakewood has a reputation for luxury, prestige, and character that simply can't be beat. The restored Lakewood Theater is the centerpiece of this nabe, and around it is a constellation of bars and restaurants populated by fascinating locals. …

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  • Forest Hills

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    The eastern neighbor of Lakewood, Forest Hills is a mix of lakefront homes and genteel suburban avenues. Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts will love the neighborhood's proximity to White Rock Lake, with its numerous trails, parks and nature preserves. Lower Greenville and Uptown are close enough to offer entertainment at a …

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  • Grand Prairie

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    Located far from the center of Dallas, Grand Prairie is home to wooded suburbs and a quaint historic downtown. Many residents of the Dallas metro area associate Grand Prairie with the Nokia Theater music venue and Lone Star horse track–both bring a fair amount of traffic to the area on …

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