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Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

What is the current price range for one-bedroom apartments in Victory Park?

Rental pricing for one-bedroom apartments in Victory Park ranges from $1,800 to $2,550 with an average rent of $2,179.

What is the current price range for two-bedroom apartments in Victory Park?

Rental pricing for two-bedroom apartments in Victory Park ranges from $2,600 to $5,800 with an average rent of $3,376.

How many apartments are currently available for rent in Victory Park?

There are 5,012 apartments currently available for rent in Victory Park.
Victory Park
Neighborhood Guide
Neighborhood Overview

Victory Park sits northwest of Downtown Dallas, next to the Oak Hill and Uptown districts and the I-35 East (or Stemmons) Freeway, rendering it a prime spot for Dallas entertainment. Whether you’re looking to attend an event at the American Airlines Center, take a good walk or bike ride along the Katy Trail, hear a live concert at House of Blues, or just have a fun night out to fit your exciting lifestyle, you can find it all in one place: Victory Park.


  • Driving
  • Trinity Railway Express
  • DART (Dallas Area Rapid Transit)


  • Median age 29
  • Young marrieds/singles


  • American Airlines Center
  • House of Blues
  • Perot Museum of Nature and Science
  • Katy Trail
  • The W Dallas-Victory hotel
  • Pike Park

Close to:

  • I-35 East (or Stemmons) Freeway
  • Woodall Rogers Freeway
  • Dallas World Aquarium
  • Reverchon Park

Victory Park in three words: evolving, urban, retail

Things to do in Victory Park

When it comes to ongoing entertainment in an urban environment, Victory Park is the place to set your sights. Northwest of Dallas, it is home to well-known, interesting spots such as the American Airlines Center, House of Blues, and the Perot Museum of Nature and Science. But wait…there’s more!

With its mix of luxury, retail, entertainment, lifestyle, and cuisine options, Victory Park is striving to be the hostess with the mostest, even beyond the big-event scene. The Katy Trail is perfect for walkers, joggers, and bikers alike; and if that’s not enough, there’s other fitness options like the Victory CrossFit gym or Classic Pilates studio. After your workout, grab a bite to eat! You can take your pick: Thai, Moroccan, Mediterranean, fusion, Mexican, pizza, pub fare, Southern comfort, etc. Or grab a cold-pressed, organic, vegan, gluten-free juice from Buda Juice (bonus: They offer free tastings too!). Looking beyond your own home for low-key socializing? Victory Park has great places to unwind, like the Havana Social Club with its leather, rum, and cigars, or the W Living Room with its vibe of cowboy art combined with sleek elegance. There are many options here to create your own entertainment experience and to supply an ongoing, fun lifestyle.

As a master-planned urban development, Victory Park is tackling many new projects to evolve and enhance the area, such as adding in more retail, entertainment, and office space, and extending its list of restaurants. Further developments are being carried out with the aim of making Victory Park more navigable and aesthetically pleasing (think: improved signage, sidewalks, and landscaping), and projects will be ongoing in future years.

Getting around Victory Park

One of the most convenient things about the district is its accessibility. I-35 East (or Stemmons) Freeway serves as its west boundary, and the Woodall Rogers Freeway runs on the southeast. The Trinity Railway Express, a line connecting Dallas and Fort Worth, runs through this area as an easy option for travel in either direction. And of course there’s always DART, with multiple lines traveling through Victory Station. This array of public transportation services offers multiple options when it comes to staying and going, whether you reside in, or visit, Victory Park.

Victory Park is home to many young residents, whether married or single, with a median age of 29. The majority of residents are childless, but there is still a sizeable chunk who do have children, so even the little ones can enjoy the area! If you love endless options for entertainment, eating, and socializing, landing a pad here means victory is yours!...literally.