When you "pony up" for University Park real estate, you can bank on quality living in the city that is home to Southern Methodist University, The Meadows Museum, and the George W. Bush Presidential Center.
Eight beautiful parks dot the area's 3.69 square mile landscape, offering recreational and leisure activities for everyone to enjoy from swimming at the University Park Pool and playing tennis on lighted courts to hosting a picnic and participating in a baseball or soccer game on well-manicured fields. Playgrounds with slides and other equipment keep children amused and entertained. University Park's public library offers services for toddlers through seniors and hosts a number of events exclusively for residents while housing thousands of books and multimedia for residents to enjoy.
University Park, located five miles north of Downtown Dallas, includes premier shopping, dining, and entertainment venues. Snider Plaza, a decades-old three-block outdoor shopping center, houses specialty boutiques and beloved local restaurants as well as modern conveniences such as a grocery store, banks, dry cleaners, and nail salons. Whether you're seeking an elegant sit-down meal or quick on-the-run dinner for the whole family, University Park offers a wide array of choices.
University Park children attend schools in the highly acclaimed Highland Park Independent School District. A number of private schools with educational services for preschoolers to teens are also nearby. The city has consistently been ranked among the most highly educated in the nation.
University Park, together with Highland Park, make up the Park Cities. There are approximately 23,500 residents in University Park. Addresses in the area can be designated as either Dallas, Texas, or University Park, Texas.
Links to a great lifestyle
Moody Family YMCA Meadows Museum Town of UP The Plaza at Preston Center Hudson House Highland Park ISD Bush Presidential Library Snider Plaza