Apartments in Dallas, TX (5,361 Rentals)

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3939 Rosemeade Apartments

3939 Rosemeade Apartments

3939 Rosemeade Pky Dallas, TX 75287

1 bedroom $515 to $1,020

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Montecito Creek Apartments

Montecito Creek Apartments

11330 Amanda Ln Dallas, TX 75238

1 to 2 bedrooms $625 to $1,090

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Sedona Ridge Apartments

Sedona Ridge Apartments

11100 Walnut Hill Ln Dallas, TX 75238

Studio to 2 bedrooms $650 to $1,200

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Park at Ninety Six 90 Apartments

Park at Ninety Six 90 Apartments

9690 Forest Ln Dallas, TX 75243

Studio to 3 bedrooms $677 to $1,505

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Palencia Apartment Homes

Palencia Apartment Homes

17817 Coit Rd Dallas, TX 75252

Studio to 2 bedrooms $699 to $1,499

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The Lantern Apartments

The Lantern Apartments

9505 Royal Ln Dallas, TX 75243

1 to 2 bedrooms $725 to $1,200

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Centerpoint Apartments

Centerpoint Apartments

2626 Frankford Rd Dallas, TX 75287

Studio to 2 bedrooms $749 to $1,039

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Halston Apartments

Halston Apartments

8850 Ferguson Rd Dallas, TX 75228

Studio to 2 bedrooms $760 to $1,320

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Seville @ Bellmar Apartments

Seville @ Bellmar Apartments

10651 Steppington Dr Dallas, TX 75230

1 to 2 bedrooms $760 to $1,320

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The Village Dallas Apartments

The Village Dallas Apartments

6071 Village Bend Dr Dallas, TX 75206

Studio to 3 bedrooms $760 to $2,375

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Lavera at Lake Highlands Apartments

Lavera at Lake Highlands Apartments

9842 Audelia Rd Dallas, TX 75238

Studio to 3 bedrooms $765 to $1,520

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Silver Creek Apartments

Silver Creek Apartments

18949 Marsh Ln Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 2 bedrooms $765 to $1,149

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The Aster by Cortland Apartments

The Aster by Cortland Apartments

17811 Vail St Dallas, TX 75287

Studio to 2 bedrooms $780 to $1,730

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Preston Village Apartments

Preston Village Apartments

18909 Lloyd Cir Dallas, TX 75252

1 to 2 bedrooms $785 to $1,745

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The Georgian Apartments

The Georgian Apartments

18880 Marsh Ln Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 2 bedrooms $825 to $1,155

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Willows on Rosemeade Apartments

Willows on Rosemeade Apartments

4300 Rosemeade Pky Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 2 bedrooms $830 to $1,470

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Veridian Place Apartments

Veridian Place Apartments

4849 Haverwood Ln Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 2 bedrooms $850 to $1,310

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The Saxony Apartments

The Saxony Apartments

14601 Montfort Dr Dallas, TX 75254

1 to 2 bedrooms $880 to $1,865

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75 West Apartments

75 West Apartments

7927 Forest Ln Dallas, TX 75230

1 to 3 bedrooms $899 to $2,109

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The District Apartments

The District Apartments

4505 Cedar Springs Rd Dallas, TX 75219

Studio to 1 bedroom $899 to $1,345

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Atera Apartments

Atera Apartments

4606 Cedar Springs Rd Dallas, TX 75219

1 to 3 bedrooms $909 to $2,563

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Tonti Lakeside Apartments

Tonti Lakeside Apartments

7777 Glen America Dr Dallas, TX 75225

1 to 2 bedrooms $909 to $2,491

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7900 at Park Central Apartments

7900 at Park Central Apartments

7900 Churchill Way Dallas, TX 75251

1 to 3 bedrooms $935 to $3,197

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The Brazos Apartments

The Brazos Apartments

4341 Horizon North Pky Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 3 bedrooms $944 to $2,440

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4343 at the Parkway Apartments

4343 at the Parkway Apartments

4343 Rosemeade Pky Dallas, TX 75287

1 to 2 bedrooms $963 to $2,014

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Apartments at M-Streets

Apartments at M-Streets

1925 Moser Ave Dallas, TX 75206

Studio to 2 bedrooms $970 to $1,445

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Locale Apartments

Locale Apartments

3301 Hudnall St Dallas, TX 75235

1 to 2 bedrooms $981 to $2,734

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VERANDAH FLATS Apartments

VERANDAH FLATS Apartments

7130 Gaston Ave Dallas, TX 75214

Studio to 2 bedrooms $985 to $1,555

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Apartments for rent in Dallas, TX

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Studio Apartments $1,533 $400 $7,030
1 Bedroom Apartments $1,241 $200 $4,760
2 Bedroom Apartments $1,590 $101 $19,000
3 Bedroom Apartments $1,889 $200 $18,000

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3939 Rosemeade Pky Dallas, TX 75287

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Your Guide to Apartments in Dallas

Boasting a diverse economy, high-end shopping districts,dining and nightlife, premium professional sports teams, numerous parks, trails and lakes, and much more, Dallas and the surrounding DFW area is home to over 6 million happy residents many of whom are even more happy to be living the life in Dallas apartments . Whether you're a long time Dallas local looking for a new apartment or are moving to the area from somewhere across the country, there's a wide variety of fantastic and affordable apartments in Dallas available and waiting for you today on ApartmentHomeLiving.com.


As your apartment search experts, it's our goal to make your apartment shopping experience stress-free by featuring the best apartments in and around Dallas with all of the high-resolution photos, pricing, floorplan options, and community details you need to make a very informed decision on your new home. At Apartment Home Living we provide you the tools to find the apartment that fits your budget and your personal style. Narrow down your search by filtering our apartment listings by neighborhood, bedrooms, amenities, price and much more.


Whether you're looking to find yourself a 2 bedroom apartment in an area like Addison, seeking a fancy studio apartment near Downtown Dallas, searching for a family friendly Lake Highlands apartment, or are perhaps looking to live somewhere out of Dallas proper in the great nearby cities like apartments in Fort Worth, Arlington, Plano, your perfect new place is only a few clicks away.


From nightlife to dining to adventure - it's all here for you once you've moved into your apartment in Dallas. Sports fans have the pleasure of spending afternoons tailgating and rooting on "Americas Team", enjoying an evening of professional hoops or hockey at American Airlines Center, or catching 9 innings of MLB action with the Texas Rangers. Culture lovers can enjoy a great show at Dallas Theatre Center or hit up an art gallery in Deep Ellum, followed up with a few cocktails at one of the many great pubs and bars around town.


When it comes to having fun and enjoying life, Dallas is truly a hub of excitement. Let us help you find your new home in one of our many great Dallas apartments for rent at ApartmentHomeLiving.com.

Dallas Overview

Dallas is a large modern city positioned in northern central Texas on the Trinity River. Though far from its only claim to fame, all Americans recognize it as the site of the JFK assassination. The Dallas Cowboys and Dallas cheerleaders are the stuff of American lore and the TV show Dallas was a long-time hit decades ago. Wealthy businessmen and women flock to Dallas, making it their home.

Dallas History

Since 1856, Dallas has been a nexus of trade, commerce, art, and culture. What had started as an idea for a trading post to serve Native Americans and settlers in the area, the surveyors decided instead to form a permanent settlement, and it's a good thing they did! Just one year after Dallas got its official town charter in 1856, a nearby commune of European artists and musicians fell apart, and many of them moved to the young town. When the major east-west and north-south Texas railroads intersected their tracks in Dallas in 1871, Dallas, now a full-fledged city, became a major commercial center. Dallas booms eternal. Dallas was at the beginning of the Texas oil boom, established itself in the technology boom, and also the real estate boom in the 1970s and 80s. With the current telecom boom, Dallas continues to grow and prosper in art, culture, and commerce.

Dallas Weather

Dallas experiences a warm and a cold season, though the climate is typically warm year-round. Between June 3 and September 14 the average temperature exceeds 88 degrees, and there’s about a 25 percent chance of rain from day to day. During this time, thunderstorms are frequent. During the time between November 23 and February 27, the average is only about 64 degrees and chance of rain hovers around 30 percent, usually in the form of light rain. Average rainfall is about 35 inches over a year. Snow is rare, but does fall sometimes in mid-January with no real accumulation. The hottest month of the year is usually August, followed by June, July and September. Heat eases off quickly in October. May and October are the wettest months averaging about four or five inches of rain. Flash floods do occur.

Dallas Media

Dallas residents get their TV news from WFAA on Channel 8, FOX4, NBC 5, CBS 11 and CW33. Popular newspapers include The Dallas Morning News, Dallas Observer, Dallas Post Tribune. Some popular listening stations include Kiss 106.1, 98.7 and 92.5 for Classic Hits, 99.5 the Wolf for Country or 104.5 for hot music options.

Dallas Landmarks

The grassy knoll at Dealey Plaza, scene of President John F Kennedy’s assassination, is arguably one of the city’s best known landmarks. Locals may not agree, but tourists flock there. And as landmarks go, the Reunion Tower is an iconic symbol of the Dallas skyline, perhaps ingrained there by the opening sequence of Popular Nighttime Soap “Dallas”. The State of Fair of Texas is a big draw and the Texas Star Ferris Wheel is highly recognizable landmark of the area. And no Dallas landmark list would be complete without inclusion of the Pegasus Sign in downtown Dallas.

Things to do in Dallas

Dallas boasts an active nightlife, a wide range of restaurants, a thriving arts and culture scene and non-stop shopping. It’s home to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the Texas School Book Depository. There’s a large number of other museums to visit as well. Animal and nature lovers can visit the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas World Aquarium and the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Gardens. Theater, arts and music buffs will enjoy the Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, the Bishop Arts District and the Winspear Opera House. This is merely a small sampling of the attractions, destinations and activities that await you in sunny Dallas.

Dallas Festivals

Dallas hosts a wide range of festivals and popular events. The Fort Worth Stock Show and Rodeo is a 23-day event that has the distinction of being the longest running livestock show and rodeo, and it attracts more than one million visitors annually. Another big hit is the State Fair of Texas, which originated all the way back in 1886. Celebrate with rides, creative arts, livestock, a car show, food and more over a 24-day period. The Scarborough Renaissance Festival is another oldie but goodie, popular for more than 32 years. And the Great Texas Balloon Race is well-respected by others in the circuit. These are but a few of the many annual events Dallas residents and tourist enjoy each year.

Dallas Vacation spots

If you are looking for a quick vacation getaway within driving distance of Dallas, you’re in luck. Hamilton Pool is a refreshing spot with a swimming hole that features a 45-foot waterfall. It’s about 3 and a half hours outside of Dallas. You can reach Garner State Park in under 6 hours. Positioned on the Frio River, this is an excellent camping spot with loads of fun outdoor activities for the whole family. For a closer outdoor option, try Broken Bow, a mere 3 hours away. Enjoy fishing, canoeing, golfing, horseback riding and cabin or RV camping in this nearby Oklahoma town. For the adults feeling lucky, a quick one-and-a-half-hour drive will lead you to Winstar/Choctaw Casino. Play the slots, bet on horses, try your luck with poker, black jack, keno and bingo. You can also enjoy comedy and music on site.

Getting Around Dallas

The most popular form of transportation in Dallas is by private automobile. However, the addition of the light rail and the Dallas Area Rapid Transport (DART) has gradually increased the use of public transportation by residents and visitors. The downtown area is serviced most heavily, though some routes do include select suburbs. The McKinney Avenue Streetcar Service (M-Line Trolley) is a free service that uses vintage trolleys in the downtown area. Taxis are available, but you need to call and wait rather than simply hail one, as in many other large cities. Walking to get from Point A to Point B is pretty rare. You can get to Dallas by plane at the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport (DAL) or the lesser used Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL). You may also travel between Dallas and Fort Worth via rail on the Trinity Railway Express. Trains are another option, as Amtrak operates out of Dallas as well.

Commuting in Dallas

Dallas residents rely heavily on cars and trucks to get around, and this has been steadily increasing. Fortunately, commute time has not been adversely impacted by this trend, nor has traffic congestion. This is largely due to the vast investment in highways and suburban roadways over the past 30 years. Highly traveled Interstates and Freeways in the Dallas area include Ronald Reagan Memorial Highway traversing South Dallas and suburbs, Tom Landry Freeway or the “old Turnpike” moving through downtown and East Dallas, South R. L. Thornton Freeway/Stemmons Freeway running north-south through Dallas, and the Lyndon B. Johnson Freeway half loop around Dallas leading to the International parkway close to DAL.

Why Here

This city is a virtual melting pot of culture and diversity making it a prime location to find your new home. It may not be renowned for a beautiful landscape, but it certainly has plenty of food and entertainment offerings. Suburbs are plentiful and fantastic options for apartments in Dallas are on par with many other large cities. There's plenty to see and do and a unique pride in living here.

Where to move in Dallas

Whether you’re a professional or a fan of the fine arts, Dallas, Texas contains many diverse areas to live. Neighborhoods in Dallas offers great opportunities for both business and pleasure, including cafes and boutiques in Uptown, as well as restaurants and shops in M Streets. If you prefer the artistic side of Dallas, the Bishop Arts District offers amazing galleries and theaters. Uptown is a major destination for new professionals seeking to start a life in northern Dallas, offering both office and residential space with much area activity concentrated on McKinney Avenue. If work gets overwhelming, you can always take a break and walk the scenic Katy Trail that parallels nearby Turtle Creek. If you prefer to take nature home with you, M Streets is another northern neighborhood that combines peaceful greenery with an exciting urban lifestyle that includes the annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade. But don’t just wait for a holiday to have fun. M Streets is also home to the Granada Theater and neighboring restaurant and bar, Sundown at Granada. If you can’t get enough of Dallas’ art scene, Bishop Arts District, located in southwest Dallas, holds a large selection of galleries and theaters, including Artisan’s Collective and Kessler Theater. The area also offers amazing culinary fare with Japanese food at ZEN Sushi and Italian dishes at Lucia. Dallas, Texas is filled with areas for all walks of life. Whether you're young or old, prefer an urban life or surrounded by trees, Dallas has just what you need.