Medical District Apartments Offer Luxury for Less
Medical District apartments might not be in the most walkable of Dallas’s neighborhoods, but their proximity to major highways, surrounding communities, and easy access to the medical centers of Dallas make their location a pretty sturdy hub in the housing market. In the Medical District, you’re likely to get a lot more bang for your buck–that is, square footage and luxury amenities for a fraction of the cost of living in nearby Uptown.
Having a lower walk score isn’t always a bad thing, and certainly doesn’t mean that there aren’t plenty of things to do in the Medical District! The area boasts diverse clubs, eclectic dive bars, and some of the best happy hour specials in the city. Check out nationally-acclaimed Maple & Motor while you’re on that side of town, a historic burger bar that’s consistently rated high by the locals (and even some out-of-towners from the Food Network). If you’re looking to wind down after work, The Grapevine Bar on Maple avenue even lets you toss a game of HORSE into the mix, with on-site basketball courts to go with their delicious $3 bellinis!
Did we mention the proximity? Being bordered by I35 to the west and Maple Avenue to the east means pretty easy access to downtown Dallas and Love Field airport, as well as any happenings going on over in the Oak Lawn, Uptown, and Design District neighborhoods. True to their name, Medical District apartments are centered around, well–medical centers! Famous Parkland Hospital, UT Southwestern, and Children’s take up residence in the area, with Scottish Rite just a quick jump south. Such a powerhouse cluster of hospitals and medical schools makes the area a habitat for industry professionals—as well as anyone who may soothe mom and dad’s nerves by letting them know you’re a stone’s throw from the best help you can get.
Since so many new properties have entered market in the past year and several more plan to pop up in 2014, leasing specials are a fairly common bonus at Medical District apartments. Continued growth in the neighborhood continues to keep pricing competitive, so it’s not uncommon to find brand new studio apartments and upscale one bedroom units for under $1000 per month. You can expect to include granite or quartz counter tops, stained concrete or hand-scraped wood floors, and even stainless steel appliances in your search at that price point–the area is flooded with top-of-the-line amenities.
Keep apartments in the Medical District Dallas in mind when you’re running your search. And if you value our opinion on Medical District properties and specials, give Smart City Locating a ring or shoot a text over to 214-586-0519 to speak with an agent! You can also check out our Medical District page for the latest units on the market, or fill out a property search form so one of us can get back to you. Let’s get those Medical District dreams rolling in the right direction, shall we?