Dallas Neighborhoods Map

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The city of Dallas, TX has a population of 1,338,846 and a population density of 3,942 people per square mile. There are a total of 34 Dallas, TX neighborhoods. The neighborhood with the highest Livability Score is Main Street District and the largest neighhorhood by population is Northeast Dallas. The Dallas, TX neighborhood map is a great way to see which neighborhoods have a higher Livability Score compared to those with a lower Livability Score.

Top Rated Neighborhoods In Dallas, TX

Dallas is considered to be a cultural and commercial hub in North Texas, known for its vibrant arts community and great career opportunities. If you want to get a taste of the art scene you can stop down to the Arts District, where you can visit the the Dallas Museum of Art and the Crow Collection of Asian Art. Get a taste of history with Downtown’s Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, where the assassination site of President John F. Kennedy is commemorated. With a lively nightlife and plenty of great amenities, it won't be hard to find a neighborhood in Dallas that you love. These three neighborhoods are considered some of the best in the area.

University Park

If you're looking for ample living options, great amenities and plenty of career opportunities, University Park is the neighborhood for you. With around 20 public transit stops located conveniently nearby, it's easy to get downtown or anywhere else you need to go. In fact, many people in University Park commute downtown daily for work. If you're looking for some new restaurants to try, Digg's Taco Shop, Peggy Sue BBQ and Tom Thumb are all popular options. When you want to get away from city life, including all the people, there are several great parks nearby where you can get some fresh air. Curtis Park on Lovers Lane and Williams Park on University Boulevard both offer great amenities and lots of space to roam.

North Dallas

Are you looking for the perfect neighborhood to settle down and start a family? Or maybe you just want a quiet place you can call your own? North Dallas is known for being one of the best neighborhoods in the area, with plenty of great housing options and lots of nearby amenities. If you're looking to fill up your weekend you can visit the popular Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens, a great afternoon of plants and fun for families and couples alike. You can also visit the Sixth Floor Museum and Texas School Book Depository, a must see at least once while in Dallas. If you're looking to stay fit but aren't one for the outdoors, there are several fitness centers in and around North Dallas, some of the most popular being Muscle Activation Dallas and Park Cities Yoga.

Oak Lawn

With a great public school system, plenty of local amenities and sunny weather, you won't find a better neighborhood than Oak Lawn. If you're looking for the best education for your children, Oak Lawn has several schools that come highly recommended. The School of Science and Engineering and Brentfield Elementary are just two great schools close by. There are plenty of markets and shopping options for you to enjoy in Oak Lawn as well, with Target, Kroger and Familia Food Market all being popular options. If you want to find some great local food, you can't go wrong with Mattito's or Eatzi's Market and Bakery, both on Oak Lawn Avenue. If you ever need to get downtown or anywhere else, there are more than 15 public transit stops located conveniently around the neighborhood.