Highland Park

Highland Park TX HomesHighland Park is named for its higher elevation compared to the surrounding area and because 20% of its developed land is reserved for park space. The town is only 2.26 square miles with approximately 8,650 residents. Highland Park residents enjoy a per capita income of $97,008. Highland Park is also Texas’ second best educated city, after its neighbor University Park, with 74.4% of adult residents having a bachelor’s degree or higher. Highland Park was rated the sixth best suburb in Dallas by D Magazine in its recent analysis of the Dallas area. The average home sales price in 2009 was $1,497,137. Houses here start at $650,000 for a duplex and go up to $15 million, with the occasional $20 million-plus going on the market. The average home price is $1.2 million to $1.8 million. Highland Park is home to Highland Park Village, a prestigious shopping destination for those who enjoy upscale shopping in Dallas. A selection of the shops include: Anthropologie, Carolina Herrera, Chanel Boutique, Christian Louboutin, Cole Haan, Diane von Furstenberg, Frederic Fekkai, Harry Winston, Hermes, Jimmy Choo, Kiehl’s, Ralph Lauren, Tory Burch, and Williams-Sonoma.Almost all of Highland Park is served by the Highland Park Independent School District. A small portion of Highland Park students attend schools located in Dallas ISD. Helpful Highland Park Links: Highland Park Official Site Dallas County Official Site North Dallas Chamber of Commerce