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164 apartments for rent near University Park, TX

Results within 1 miles of University Park, TX
Parc at White Rock
7545 W Northwest Hwy
Studio
$1,229
1 Bed
$1,399
2 Bed
$2,159
Bandera Apartments
6848 Bandera Ave
1 Bed
$1,600
2 Bed
$2,305
Crest at Glencoe Park
3736 Glencoe St
1 Bed
$1,120
2 Bed
$2,135
Landmark on Lovers
5201 Amesbury Dr
1 Bed
$1,162
2 Bed
$1,513
3 Bed
$3,705
The Arches at Park Cities
4400 W University Blvd
1 Bed
$978
2 Bed
$1,391
3 Bed
Ask
The Heights At Park Lane Lofts
8066 Park Ln
1 Bed
$1,700
2 Bed
$2,633
3 Bed
$3,436
Drexel Park Hollow
6405 Bandera Ave
1 Bed
$4,108
2 Bed
$4,435
3 Bed
$6,966
The Standard
5920 E University Blvd
Studio
$1,166
1 Bed
$1,315
2 Bed
$1,717
Lofts at Mockingbird Station
5331 E Mockingbird Ln
Studio
$1,482
1 Bed
$1,454
2 Bed
$2,399
Results within 5 miles of University Park, TX
Aura Cedar
2924 Lucas Dr
1 Bed
$1,240
2 Bed
$1,845
Crest Oak Park
3650 Cedarplaza Ln
Studio
$1,078
1 Bed
$1,330
2 Bed
$1,840
Knox Heights
4646 McKinney Ave
1 Bed
$1,669
2 Bed
$2,510
3 Bed
$3,986
Stella
2112 Boll St
1 Bed
$1,480
2 Bed
$2,141
Camden Victory Park
2787 N Houston St
1 Bed
$1,369
2 Bed
$2,179
Alexan Riveredge
120 Turtle Creek Blvd
Studio
$872
1 Bed
$872
2 Bed
$1,109
Modera Uptown
3033 Elizabeth St
Studio
$1,550
1 Bed
$1,515
2 Bed
$2,430
Montecito Creek
11330 Amanda Ln
1 Bed
$600
2 Bed
$890
Camden Farmers Market
2210 Canton St
1 Bed
$1,182
2 Bed
$1,530
3 Bed
Ask
One Oak Grove
3411 Oak Grove Ave
Studio
$1,450
1 Bed
$1,540
2 Bed
$2,600
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City Guide
University Park
Moving to University Park

If you're considering looking for a rental apt in University Park, you better set aside some time for your search. University Park is a popular place to live, and because the university is bringing people in and out all the time, it can be hard to find just the right dream home for you.

Before you begin your housing search, make sure you gather all your leasing documents. You'll want copies of your ID, bank statements, tax returns, proof of income or employment, letters of reference from landlords, and more. Make sure you check with each individual landlord so you have all the required materials. Also, if you're planning to apply for an apartment, make sure you're financially prepared to make a deposit!

Know Your Neighborhoods

Before you move anywhere, though, it pays to do research about the area. You want to make sure you end up renting an apartment in the best neighborhood for you! Check out more info about neighborhoods in University Park below.

City Center: Actually the southwestern corner of town, the city center of University Park is best known for being the city's residential center. Expect to find all things upscale, including apartments with paid utilities and furnished apartments. If you want to live in a bustling area with both shopping and housing, this is the place for you.

SMU: This eastern part of town is around the campus of Southern Methodist University. You'll like it best here if you don't mind noise and activity 24/7 - it is a college town, after all! Look here for affordable housing, because this is where you'll find the cheapest spots.

Northern University Park: Northern University Park is extremely upscale. This place is mostly homes with yards and lots of quiet, residential property. It's definitely not the best place to look for affordable rentals.

Living in University Park

If you live in University Park, chances are you are doing one of two things: commuting into Dallas proper for work and play, or you are involved in some way with the university. If you work or study at SMU, getting around is easy here - you don't even really need a car, though most people have them! Getting into town is quick and easy, too, with great access to major thoroughfares.

If you decide to spend time in town, though, there'll be plenty to do. Are you the outdoorsy type? Enjoy one of the many parks in the neighborhood - including Burleson Park, Caruth Park, Coffee Park, Curtis Park, Elena's Children's Park, Germany Park, Goar Park, Linear Park, Smith Park and Williams Park. You'll have access to tons of sports facility -- like the Holmes Aquatic Center at Curtis Park and tennis courts at most of the parks.

If you like quiet, but upscale suburban living in Texas, with access to world-class shopping and restaurants, but also beautiful outdoors, University Park is definitely a good town for you.