In a tough economic market filled with grim real estate news, Highland Park is definitely a bright spot in the Dallas market.
It’s a common sight on any day: hoards of shoppers funneling into the wildly popular Renaissance Place Mall. And if this busy shopping area is any indication of the state of the economy in Highland Park, then everything is certainly coming up roses.
With plenty of trendy restaurants, loads of chic boutiques and no less than 17 fitness centers, Highland Park is the epitome of fine, suburban living.
Other reasons to love Highland Park: Heller Nature Center, Sunset Park, Robert McClory Bike Path, Deer Creek Courts, Moraine Beach, Rosewood Beach and Park Avenue Beach.
Residents enjoy Highland Park’s central business district with its upscale shops, fine dining and exciting community activities, as well as the area’s bountiful outdoor recreational sites.
Just some of the fine, cultural activities enjoyed by the residents of Highland Park include the Apple Tree Theatre, the Highland Park Pops, the Highland Park Strings and the Port Clinton Film Festival. Port Clinton in the central business is often home to some of Highland Park’s outdoor events.
Upper Class Living at its Finest
Sure, Highland Park has seen a decrease in its home values, but the truth is this upper-class area is still filled with some of the priciest real estate in the Dallas area.
From new condominium developments to traditional, historic homes, Highland Park is awash in some of the finest residences in the North Dallas area.
From quaint neighborhoods nestled in lush foliage, and the beautiful Lake Michigan as a backdrop, Highland Park is the epitome of a traditional suburb with plenty of rich character and charm.