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Highland Park

Highland Park

It boasts a charming, small-town feel and beautiful, quality housing of impressive sizes.

Welcome to Highland Park

An affluent area with a small-town atmosphere
As of 2020, Highland Park’s population was estimated at 8,864. Found between Route 75 and Dallas North Tollway, approximately four miles to the north of downtown Dallas, the town is bordered by Dallas to the west, east, and south. Founded in 1913, it covers about 2.26 miles. It is named because of its comparatively high elevation and its developed park space, which covers 20% of the neighborhood's area.
An affluent area continuing to grow in wealth, it boasts a charming, small-town feel and beautiful, quality housing of impressive sizes. The independent municipality has many advantages and few downsides and is known for many extensive green spaces throughout the city and its high-end shopping opportunities. Highland Park and University Park, the city bordering its north side, are called the Park Cities.

What to Love

  • Convenient location
  • Big-city amenities and small-town culture
  • Many parks and green spaces

Local Lifestyle

A stunning picture of affluence and class, Highland Park, despite its small size, is thought to be one of Texas’ richest towns. With easy access to downtown and all its entertainment and amenities, residents are conveniently near anything they could want. The city also provides outdoor fun in nearby lakes and parks. The atmosphere is peaceful and feels like a small town with friendly neighbors. It has a stylish setting and vibrant culture.

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping

Composed of an eclectic blend of gift shops, designer boutiques, fine eateries, shoe stores, and more, Highland Park Village in the heart of Dallas is an upscale mall and a popular destination for fine dining throughout the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Considered to be the state’s most distinct luxury shopping center, it was established in 1931 with a Mediterranean Spanish design and was the first shopping center in the country.

Cafe Pacific is a popular dining destination located in Highland Park Village, Texas. Known for its upscale and elegant ambiance, Cafe Pacific offers a diverse menu featuring seafood, steaks, pasta, and other American classics with a touch of European flair. The restaurant is well-known for its fresh seafood dishes, including oysters, shrimp, and fish, sourced from quality suppliers. Additionally, Cafe Pacific boasts an extensive wine list to complement its menu choices. With its stylish decor, attentive service, and delicious cuisine, Cafe Pacific is a favorite spot for both locals and visitors looking for a sophisticated dining experience in the Highland Park Village area of Texas.

Nestled in the heart of Highland Park Village, Bistro 31 is a culinary gem transporting you to Europe through your taste buds. The menu, influenced by French, Italian, and Spanish cuisines, changes seasonally, showcasing fresh, high-quality ingredients. Whether you choose to dine on the sleek, elegant interior adorned with Murano glass chandeliers or the charming outdoor patio, the atmosphere is sophisticated yet inviting. This bistro allows you to indulge in a delightful exploration of international flavors, perfect for a special occasion or a memorable night out.

Opened in 1998, Al Biernat’s is known for its stellar service, vibrant bar, and high-quality steaks and seafood. Fashioning an old-world, elegant ambiance, the food is premier in its preparation, taste, and quality. The staff provides a warm welcome, and the extensive wine list is award-winning. It is a one-of-a-kind, fine-dining experience.

Things to Do

A venue for fitness, music, and art events, Klyde Warren Park urban deck park, at a little over five acres, is constructed over the Woodall Rodgers Freeway. Designed by James Burnett, the park is highly active and open to the public, with a wide selection of events, including lecture series, concerts, films, and yoga lessons. It is dedicated to honoring and showcasing Dallas’ many talents and cultures and to providing a space to socialize and congregate.
A place where science is learned through accessible experiences and innovative resources, the Perot Museum of Nature and Science is a state-of-the-art, large-scale facility. Boasting educational programs for all levels of knowledge and interactive multimedia exhibits, the museum is an exciting place to learn about science and nature.

Dallas Museum of Art, in the heart of the United States’ largest arts district, strives to foster community engagement and creativity. Opened in 1903, it now boasts over 25,000 artworks and hosts lectures, performances, literary events, and exhibitions. Trinity Skyline Trail is a 4.6-mile hiking and biking trail. Visitors enjoy stunning views of the cityscape, the water, and the bridge. It is an ideal spot for photos, and restaurants, playgrounds, and vendors are easily accessible.

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