This pocket of Dallas has two distinct sections—residential and commercial. Neighborhoods developed in the late 1950s contain mid-century and ranch-style houses on mid-size lots. Public schools are highly rated and private schools are abundant. Park Forest is known for its community pool. Midway Hills is popular for the Disney Streets whose character-named streets attract high demand.
Korea Town to the west, while mostly commercial, serves the largest Korean community in Texas. If you are looking for wholesale-only fabric and gift stores, cruise down Harry Hines Boulevard.
Northwest Dallas By the Numbers
|Median Household Income||72,574|
|American Indian Alone||54||0.1%|
|Some Other Race Alone||110||0.1%|
|Two or More Races||982||1.2%|
|Hispanic Origin (any race)||38,503||47.9%|
|Less Than 9th Grade||20.0%|
|9th-12th Grade - No Diploma||9.7%|
|High School Graduate||13.0%|
|GED/ Alternative Credential||2.1%|
|Some College - No Degree||13.0%|
|Graduate/ Professional Degree||4.2%|