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Greenway Parks - Where diverse architectural styles live in a lush setting

Who Lives Here?

Young professionals, artists, generations of families

Perfect For…

People who want a strong sense of history and community


Art and cultural enthusists within tree-lined streets and lush parks

The Market

Most homes are over $1 million with some perimeter lots in the $800,000s

Not Great For . .

Leases. They’re rare and usually private

The Architecture

Architects O’Neil Ford, Howard Meyer, and Charles Dilbeck left their stamp on Greenway Parks

You’ll Love

The storybook charm and ideal location


Welcome to Greenway Parks, TX

Welcome to Greenway Parks, truly one of the hidden gems here on the west side of Dallas near Highland Park. When this neighborhood was designed back in the 1920s, it was created in the “English Common” tradition, meaning it has clusters of homes built around private parkways with huge trees. This innovative plan means that Greenway Parks is very pedestrian-oriented. On any day you’ll see groups of kids playing in the parkways, lots of people jogging and bicycling, and there are always people out walking dogs and pushing strollers. And it’s just minutes to shopping, dining and movies at Highland Park Village. The Greenway Parks Conservation District has been very successful in preserving the neighborhood identity of this area, where properties range from $400,000 to about $6 million. 

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School District

Children in Greenway Parks attend K. B. Polk Center for the Academically Talented and Gifted, Benjamin Franklin Middle School, Hillcrest High School, and the many top-ranked private schools within minutes of the neighborhood.

Commute Times

Downtown Dallas: 11 minutes (5 miles)

Highland Park: 9 minutes (2.2 miles)

Plano:  22 minutes (18.2 miles)

Frisco: 26 minutes (22.9 miles)

McKinney: 33 minutes (3.7 miles)

Southlake: 30 minutes (23.3 miles)

Fort Worth: 41 minutes (34.1 miles)


Public Transportation

DART RAIL – Orange and Red

DART Busses – Blue and Purple Routes

Greenway Parks – MARKET STATS



School District

Children in Greenway Parks attend K. B. Polk Center for the Academically Talented and Gifted, Benjamin Franklin Middle School, Hillcrest High School, and the many top-ranked private schools within minutes of the neighborhood. 

Green Spaces

Named one of the first pedestrian-oriented neighborhoods in Dallas by the National Historic Register, it’s a place where people live to be outdoors. Here, large lots are set back on tree-lined streets, private parks are connected by community walkways, and there is plenty of space for kids to roam. The neighbors are always out jogging or biking, and you’ll often see families hosting picnics in the park while their kids play beneath the trees.  It’s this unique, park-like setting that creates an artful backdrop to the homes here, encouraging a true sense of community. 


To live in Greenway Parks also means you’re within minutes of the greatest museums, live performances, and athletic venues in Dallas like the DMA, Winspear Opera House, and American Airlines center – perfect for date night or an evening out with friends. 

Drive along Mockingbird Lane on a Saturday afternoon in the fall and you’ll experience the vibrancy and excitement of living near a college town, where students stroll through the SMU campus, and attend sporting events, lectures and performances. This lends a youthful energy to the surrounding area, and is ideal if you are one who loves getting involved. From great summer reading programs, to movie nights under the stars at Ford Stadium, you’ll find it’s easy to get to know your neighbors in Greenway Parks. 


Famous for homes designed by noted architects like O’Neil Ford, Howard Meyer, and Charles Dilbeck, Greenway Parks encompasses a wide range of architectural styles spanning from romantic revival storybook homes, to postwar modern Bauhaus interpretations.  Located just three miles west of downtown Dallas and situated directly across the street from the Park Cities, are clusters of homes centered on long stretches of private parkways known as “greenbelts” – an innovative concept when first developed in 1927, and the key characteristic that sets it apart today. Smaller

Shopping and Dining

On the weekends, it’s all about the world-class shopping experience at Highland Park Village where you’ll find luxury doors like Chanel, Hermes, and Christian Louboutin. You might even bump into one of the designers themselves – Diane Von Furstenberg hosted an event for shoppers just last year. Indulge in a little retail therapy or savor some of the most celebrated culinary dishes Dallas has to offer, all in a sophisticated, chic setting. 

Looking for something more low-key? Head to Inwood Village just north of Greenway Parks and you’ll discover another favorite local hangout. People come here to shop the boutiques, grab a bite to eat, or watch a movie at the historic Inwood Theatre. 


With a strong Homeowner’s Association and a well-defined preservation society, the Greenway Parks neighborhood largely retains its original character, and for these efforts was ranked one of “Texas’ 25 Best Places” by the Texas Society of Architects – an honor bestowed to just three locations in Dallas and only four residential developments in the entire state. 

Historically, people are drawn to the neighborhood for its delightful charm, serene views, and close proximity to Dallas, but above all, it’s a great place to live with lots of real estate opportunities. To buy a home here means you’ll join a community of people that value the very sidewalks where you walk your dog, the greenbelts where you play catch with your kids, and the home where you’ll create memories to last a lifetime.  


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