Park cities - Dallas

Two small Dallas suburbs — University Park and Highland Park — anchor this area a few miles north of downtown Dallas. Self-governing and with their own joint school district, together they comprise the wealthiest patch of real estate in the Dallas-Fort Worth region. Nearby upscale neighborhoods share an affinity for dining and shopping along Lovers Lane, if not the high-quality public educational opportunities. Contact Ron Davis Custom Homes at 972-680-0365 or Click Here.

 

Homes Built in Park Cities

4611 Amherst

4204 Caruth

4529 Pomona

5311 West University

2701 Hanover

4901 Amherst

4706 Purdue

3322 Milton

7214 Marquette

2945 Dyer

A View of Park Cities

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WELCOME TO PARK CITIES

Don’t Miss Highland Park Village

Swanky Highland Park Village, at the southwest corner of Preston Road and Mockingbird Lane, opened in 1931. It was built as a “town square” for Highland Park, with handsome colonial architecture reminiscent of Spain, Mexico, and California. “The Village” was declared a National Historic Landmark in 2000.

 POPULATION

The 2016 population of PARK CITIES is estimated to be 43,690. That’s a change of +4.5% in the last five years. Over the next five years, the population is projected to change by +4.3%.

The number of households is 16,037, a change of +4.1% in the last five years. In the next five years, the number of households is projected to change +4.5%. The average household size is 2.56.

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Located between Downtown and Uptown, the innovative Klyde Warren Park is one of Dallas' newest green spaces and it features a wide variety of activities and features, including a dog park, children's playground, fitness area, putting green, ping pong tables, croquet play area, and much much more! This deck park also has many scheduled events, such as concerts. After you work up an appetite getting a great workout from all the free activities, check out the food truck station for a snack or eat at the onsite Shake Shack. Or better yet, bring a picnic lunch and enjoy your meal out in the fresh Dallas air.