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The Most Expensive Apartments in Dallas

by Audrey Swanson

We all know Dallas is bursting at the seams with upscale, luxury apartment properties, to the point that they’re basically on every desirable neighborhood’s street corners. We’re talking the highest in high-class amenities at these lavish dwellings, from rooftop workout facilities to concierge services at your doorstep. But we did a little research and made some calls around to 20 various upscale properties all over Dallas, and these five topped our list for the sexiest, most elite places that we think you should consider calling home. I mean, we would — if we could just swing the three- to six-thousand dollar rental rate. No biggie, right? Right.

1) Paseo (Knox/Henderson)



Most expensive unit: 2,079 square-foot 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom for $3,009 per month

With 24 individually designed units, Paseo Apartments is a collection of intricately made, highly demanded luxury residences. These condos were architecturally inspired by the design of timeless Spanish colonial courtyard homes and romantic Santa Barbara houses from the 1920s. The interior detailing is unbelivable, with real wood plank flooring and wood beam molding, while the property’s landscaping exudes excellence and classic California style. This property is a romantic’s dream-home, and it’s walking distance to the hippest Henderson bars, eateries, and boutiques.

2) Lofts at Mockingbird Station (SMU area)

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Most expensive unit: 2,649 square-foot 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom for $4,703 per month

You’ve got walking access to trendy boutiques, restaurants, nightlife, and a movie theater at this unbelievable loft property. The spacious units have exposed cement walls and columns, granite countertops, trendy polished cement flooring, stainless steel appliances, double-glazed energy-efficient windows (floor-to-ceiling in select units), and imported Italian murano lighting to complete the industrialized urban environment. Plus, do you see that rooftop pool? Seriously guys, this is the place to be for modern, energetic Dallas living.

3) 1400 Hi Line (Design District)



Most expensive unit: 1,416 square-foot 2 bedroom, 2.5 bathroom for $5,845 per month

Yeah, it’s getting up there price wise. But just take a good, hard look at those views from the floor-to-ceiling windows. Dallas is your playground at this stunning, high-rise property. Tucked into the bustling Design District right off I-35, 1400 Hi Line offers quick access to both uptown and downtown. Each unit, from studios to expansive two bedrooms, offers the best in top-notch amenities, high-end features, and always impressive views. Take advantage of the nearly one-acre rooftop park that offers a unique getaway from fast-paced city life.

4) 1900 McKinney (Uptown/Victory Park)



Most expensive unit: 2,401 square-foot 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom for $5,848 per month

For uptown Dallas fanatics who crave upscale luxury, this is the home for you. Get spoiled at your very own home, with onsite concierge, valet, and bell captain services and a rooftop resort-style pool and 24-hour fitness center. Expect a chef-inspired, open-concept kitchen with a large granite countertop and tons of room for entertaining, as well as a private, oversize balcony, expansive twelve-foot ceilings, a floating glass accent wall, enormous walk-in closets, and so much more in way of classy, luxe apartment amenities.

5) The Heights at Park Lane Tower (Upper Greenville)



Most expensive unit: 2,319 square-foot 2 bedroom plus den, 2.5 bathroom for $6,205 per month

You’ll be slightly more removed from the urban chaos of uptown or downtown Dallas at The Heights at Park Lane Tower, but we know it’ll be worth it to live at this modernly serene, lavish property. With the excessive and spacious square footage, a private tower deck with an infinity edge pool, dramatic living spaces with  soaring ceilings and panoramic window walls, and direct elevator access with private entrances, it might feel more like you’re living in a five-star hotel than an apartment complex. Plus, as neighbors you’ve got Whole Foods, HomeGoods, Grimaldi’s Pizzeria, and more of your favorite food and entertainment.

Obviously, this is the highest tier of apartments available: the very best of the best in Dallas, and you can see just why. With the most modern and upscale features, there’s a reason their price tags go for over $3K per month. But if that’s something that you just can’t swing right now, no worries (most of us can’t either, but that doesn’t mean it’s not fun looking). If your price range falls below these, we’ve still got you covered. Call or text us at 214-586-0519 for any information about Dallas apartments, condos, high rises and more! We’ll find you the perfect spot, even if it doesn’t have valet service and a rooftop pool.