What $2,500 a Month Gets You in 8 Dallas Neighborhoods
You pick: pool or Carrara marble?
In Dallas, it’s all about living in your favorite neighborhood. From rowdy Uptown to the quirky Bishop Arts District, there are plenty of options. Rooftop deck and yoga studio or two-car garage and massive lawn? Ahhh, so many choices. So we’ll help you out: Here’s what $2,500 a month gets you in eight Dallas neighborhoods. Where do you see yourself?
Uptown (2 BR, 2 BATH)
Smack dab in the middle of Uptown, this listing has luxuries out the wazoo. We’re talking ten-foot ceilings, crown molding, granite countertops and hardwood floors. There’s even a balcony, two pool courtyards, a fitness center and a massage room.
Cityplace (2BR, 2 BATH)
They had us at garage and study. This East Dallas building offers some serious amenities in a brand-new townhouse community: bike sharing, a rooftop deck with downtown views, a yoga and cycling studio, and a water wading lounge within the resort-style pool.
OAK LAWN (2 BR, 2 BATH)
It’s one block from EatZi’s, people. If that alone doesn’t sell you, perhaps the Carrara marble in the kitchen and bathrooms will. These units are coming off an extensive remodel, so our guess is that they won’t be on the market long.
Downtown (1 BR, 1 BATH)
If you want to make downtown happen, you can't do better than these swanky, loft-style residences at this historic building. In addition to the cutest little post office that you ever did see, this building also houses The Hospitality Sweet, which is literally God's gift to Dallasites with a sweet tooth. Grab a some sour gummies and meet us the roof top.
Knox-Henderson (2 BR, 2.5 BATH)
Located just off Henderson Street, your apartment would be the perfect retreat after an evening exploring nearby bars and restaurants. Work downtown? You’ll only need to leave home ten minutes before start time. Oh, and about that pool? We’re inviting ourselves over this summer.
Bishop Arts District (2 BR, 2 BATH)
Ya’ll, how cute is this Craftsman in North Oak Cliff? It’s fully remodeled and less than a block from restaurants and bars. And with this massive wraparound porch, it isn’t hard to picture friends gathering for a little pre-dinner cocktail before migrating down to Hattie’s or Boulevardier for a bite.
Lakewood Heights (2 BR, 1 BATH)
The charm on this Lakewood Heights cottage is just beyond. Have you seen those built-ins? In addition to the two bedrooms, there is also a large additional room that can be used as an informal dining room, study or playroom--the house is your oyster.
North Dallas (2 BR, 2 BATH)
Your last attempt to say you still live in Dallas before officially jumping ship and moving to the burbs. And while the house itself is just a wee bit bigger than most of the aforementioned apartment units, you do get a massive yard on a corner lot and a two-car garage.