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City Guide
Highland Village
Moving to Highland Village

The best way to discover a new neighborhood is to drive through it, during both the day and the night. Use your GPS or map apps so you don't get lost while looking for the right exit to Highland Village. This way, you can see if the apartment complex and the neighborhood suits your needs. You may also discover other great places for rent you wouldn't have otherwise.

Always set an appointment with the leasing office to look at a model. Often times, you can find out some preliminary information, like how many vacancies are available. Many out-of-state people move to DFW for jobs, so apartment rentals can be fierce for a choice apartment in a great neighborhood. If you need more than two bedrooms, consider getting a house rent in Highland Village instead since one-bedroom apartments are a bit rare.

Neighborhoods in Highland Village

Highland Village is a self-contained town, so there aren't official neighborhoods within it. Of course, however, like any place you can live, there are variations in areas, depending on geography, convenience and community. Want to know where you should live when you move to Highland Village? Check out the helpful info below.

Northeastern Highland Village: Northeastern Highland Village, northeast of Brazos Blvd is the most scenic part of town. Live here if you like spending time in the outdoors, because your neighborhood will be home to Copperas Branch Park and it will border Hickory Creek Arm.

Southwestern Highland Village: No less quaint than the other part of town, this is a great place to find an apartment for rent if you like convenience. This part of town has apartment rentals next door to restaurants and shops, so it's a good place to consider hunting for an apartment complex in Highland Village if you're an active person who likes hustle and bustle.

Living in Highland Village

Highland Village is home to the Shops of Highland Village, an outdoor shopping center with 60 stores like Jos A. Bank, Ann Taylor, New York & Company, and other retailers. The center also has an AMC cinema theater with 12 screens. The Shops of Highland Villages also has many casual eateries, like Rockfish, Snuffer's and Corner Bakery. Residents can also enjoy nearby Lewisville Lake, which offers many recreational water activities. Residents can also visit nearby Lewisville to find bowling alleys, public swimming pools, mini-golf courses, regular golf courses and other recreational activities. Lewisville also has a larger indoor mall with over 130 retailers.

Moving to Dallas without a car is not necessarily a good idea. The Walkable Score for Highland Village is 17, so the area is very car dependent. In general, DFW is very car-centric, similar to LA or Atlanta. When working in Texas, you must always think about the length of your commute. Commuting times in DFW are some of the longest in the nation. The DFW area is covered with miles of highways and toll roads. If you want to get around but not have to drive your own car, DART or Dallas Area Rapid Transit is the citywide public transit system. Although DART does reach core areas like downtown Dallas, Plano, Irving and other large suburbs, it often isn't ideal for all trips. Although DART is improving its service, waiting outside in the heat for a bus or train can be a sweaty experience, especially during 100-plus degree summer temperatures!