The words “quintessential neighborhood” come to mind when describing the three-lined streets of Highland Park. A quick drive through the town’s 2.26 square miles of prime landscape reveals manicured lawns, iconic architecture, pocket parks, playing fields and the revered Highland Park Village, one of America’s foremost luxury retail and dining destinations.
Located just 15-minutes from Dallas’ bustling business district, Highland Park offers a vibrant and friendly community centered on the nationally recognized Highland Park Independent School District. Here, students, families and generations of devoted alumni gather on Friday nights in the fall to watch The Scots march toward one of many state championships while the Highland Belles entertain during half-time.
Another iconic connector in this luxury enclave is Turtle Creek, a small tributary of the Trinity River. which flows through the neighborhood and is the perfect spot to meet for a spring picnic, morning run or picturesque photos for the holiday greeting card. The 3.5-mile Katy Trail also runs through Highland Park and is a popular destination for hiking, biking and dog walking, with places to stop and grab a snack or beverage along the way. Twenty percent of Highland Park is dedicated to park space, providing plenty of areas for children, grandchildren and family pets to run and play. Residents will also appreciate eight tennis courts and a town swimming pool, where summer evening include family-friendly movies at sundown. The Town of Highland Park, which has its own police, fire and emergency departments, is home to the Dallas Country Club, the oldest such club in the state of Texas.
Home to professional athletes, artists, entrepreneurs, professors and community leaders, Highland Park offers a beautiful and friendly backdrop where residents can enjoy a comfortable lifestyle while making lifelong friends.
Highland Park and University Park make up the Park Cities The town, between the Dallas North Tollway and U.S. 75 (North Central Expressway) has about 8,900 residents. Addresses in the area can be designated as either Dallas, Texas, or Highland Park, Texas.
Links to a great lifestyleThe Shops of Highland Park Moody Family YMCA Meadows Museum Katy Trail