Dallas Neighborhoods

When deciding where to live in the Dallas Region, the sky is the limit. Not only can you find reasonable housing options available minutes from major employment centers, but also near entertainment venues, dining experiences and more. Live your life all within a few square miles at a fraction of the cost.

City of Dallas Neighborhoods

Dallas neighborhoods are as diverse as our population. For example, Downtown and Uptown attract those focused on urban living, while neighborhoods like Lakewood and Preston Hollow are right for people who want to be in town but have a little more space. The city is rich in unique, walkable neighborhoods with their own flair. From brunching in Bishop Arts to venturing through Victory Park, there’s an area fit for every lifestyle.

Furthermore, the reasonable cost of living in Dallas sets it apart from other major cities in the country and makes it one of the best places to live in Texas.

Dallas By The Numbers

Average Household Size2.592.60
Median Age33.133.6
Median Household Income$48,628$54,358
Average Household Income$80,081$89,646
Per Capita Income$31,007$34,573

Race and Ethnicity2018 (%)2023 (%)
White Alone662,246 (48.8%)694,049 (47.5%)
Black Alone338,501 (24.9%)364,926 (25%)
American Indian Alone8,397 (0.6%)8,904 (0.6%)
Asian Alone51,633 (3.8%)65,511 (4.5%)
Pacific Islander Alone620 (0.0%)704 (0.%)
Some Other Race Alone255,504 (18.8%)280,306 (19.2%)
Two or More Races39,995 (2.9%)45,361 (3.1%)
Hispanic Origin (Any Race)597,448 (44.0%)664,832 (45.5%)

Educational Attainment2018
Less Than 9th Grade12.7%
9th-12th Grade, No Diploma10.8%
High School Graduate18.5%
GED/Alternative Credential3.0%
Some College, No Degree17.6%
Associate Degree4.8%
Bachelor’s Degree20.4%
Graduate/Professional Degree12.3%

Annual Household Expenses2018
Apparel and Services$2,206
Entertainment and Recreation$3,032
Personal Care Products/Services$810