Highland Park Apartments for Rent

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Find Top Highland Park Apartments

RentKidz will help you locate and secure the latest Highland Park apartments for rent around the Dallas area. Highland Park is one of the most exclusive neighborhoods in Texas and the United States of America. Its located north of Downtown between Highway 75 and the North Dallas Tollway. Highland Park is also one of the most sought-after neighborhoods around Dallas and puts you minutes away from fine dining establishments, professional sports teams, and museums, and parks. The only negative about the area for many renters might be the steep price. It’s an extremely quiet neighborhood and is a great place to settle down. This all comes together to create high demand, and therefore pricing will be extremely steep for both homes and apartments.

You should be aware that pricing for an apartment in Highland Park TX can change on a regular basis and the surrounding areas based on demand and availability. If you are looking for cheap townhomes or houses for rent then you will need to look elsewhere. This community is upscale and is geared towards family.

Highland Park Real Estate

Did you know that Highland Park homes are some of the highest in the nation? Market prices reach well over 1 million dollars. Highland Park Village is one of the most upscale shopping centers and boasts popular retailers like Tom Ford. You will discover many restaurants and cafes. Square footage goes for around $125 per foot. It’s a truly high-end mall and definitely is a destination you will want to check out for yourself.

One immediate positive, if you work around the surrounding area or near Downtown Highway 75 will make your commute a breeze Highland Park and the immediate surrounding neighborhoods boast numerous restaurants, clubs, bars, and an exciting night scene. If you are more an outdoor type, you will have a few options right at your fingertips. Reverchon Park is right around the corner from your new address. Not literally, but its a short drive. There, you will have immediate access to 46 acres of fun. There, residents have access to basketball, baseball, tennis courts, and even trails.  It is a great community outlet that you can take advantage of.

And of course Highland Park boasts many award-winning schools, and residents around the city try to move within the district so their kids can attend them. Highland Park High School is one of the most sought-after schools. The only issue is availability. With only so many apartments zoned to Highland Park, it can sometimes be difficult to secure a particular rental.

What to do in Highland Park

It sure is nice to know that it is pedestrian friendly. If you like to jog and ride your bike, Lakeside Park offers plenty of paths, waterfalls, and streams. Don’t mind the mansions, as they add the charisma of Highland Park.

Not so much into the outdoors, but love to shop. As luck would have it, Highland Park puts you within reach of pretty much everything. Highland Park Village is going to offer you that posh shopping experience. Some of the more notable retailers include Christian Dior, Chanel, and Zegna. This isn’t your typical shopping mall. The food court exhibits just that. Lounge 31, Cafe Pacific, and Bistro 31 to name a few. After all, Highland Park commands over $120 square feet.

While technically SMU, doesn’t have a Highland Park address, it’s border is literally within reach. This private university commands a high dollar amount.

Dallas Transportation

Living in Highland Park will require you have your own vehicle. Renters will be located near the Dallas North Tollway and the Central Expressway. No doubt apartments here give you one of the best locations in Dallas.

If your searching for rentals around the area, you should know that Highland Park apartment homes fetch some of the highest rates in the city. Typically 1 bedroom rentals will be over $1000 per month. It’s a wildly popular area and the lack of apartment housing is clearly evident. You might want to take a shot at renting a private home or townhouse. The only issue is that you can expect pricing to be high.

How to Get Your Aparment Application Approved Fast

Now that you have found the place that you want to be your new address, it’s time to get approved. Leasing agents and landlords in Highland Park will want a few things from you. They will want to know who you are, so your driver’s license is a good start. Next, you will need to meet the income requirements. This will entail your tax return, bank statements, or a letter from your employer. They will want to make sure you can afford to pay your rent. And you will need to pay for a few things, specifically the first and last month’s rent, and usually an application fee.  You should know if your bringing a pet with you, there will be an additional pet fee as well.

Why choose Rentkidz

RentKids makes it very easy to sort your search in neighborhoods like Highland Park. You will also have access to a full database of photos, floor plans, and the locations of the rental listings. If you need even more detailed searches conducted within Highland Park; like pet friendly properties,  or what communities have 1st-floor units available, be sure and contact a realtor who can assist you throughout the entire process.

A knowledgeable agent can also offer you property reviews from previous residents and verified pricing of rentals.

If your heart isn’t set on Highland Park, you can secure listings in other nearby areas for a more affordable price. Cheap listings can be found in North Dallas.  The Highland Park neighborhood sure has a lot going for it, but there are plenty of other great Dallas areas to choose from.