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Addison, Texas, 75001
1 Bedroom$1,111 - $1,583
2 Bedrooms$1,473 - $1,747
Addison, Texas, 75001
Studio/1 Bedroom$967 - $1,923
2 Bedrooms$1,469 - $2,892
Dallas, Texas, 75254
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1 Bedroom$1,098 - $1,244
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If you are married and seeking a new place, you can find wonderful park views or cat friendly apartments available in a diverse number of different neighborhoods all over the city. Soon you will have no trouble at all getting around like a local in Addison, your new city!
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Addison is north of Dallas and even though it has a population of only around 14,000,it was incorporated as a city and named itself the Town of Addison. It is considered a suburb of Dallas, and you'll find that there is easy access to the downtown portion via DART buses. But, as with most Texas towns, you'll find it largely car dependent, and you should factor that in when searching for your Addison apartment.
Per Capita Restaurants
Once a sleepy little cotton ginning town, the population of Addison swells during the business week to nearly 100,000 each day. Because streets and freeways are more than adequate, the rush hour traffic is mostly restaurant driven so expect traffic during noon hour and early evening. The reason for this is that many municipalities around Addison do not sell liquor by the drink, but Addison does. The town is a popular restaurant destination and it averages out that there's a restaurant for every 79 people who live there.
Culturally, there's the Water Tower Theatre which presents plays and musical. The Cavanaugh Flight Museum has a collection of aircraft which is interesting, and there are also several large festivals held annually. The North Texas Jazz festival is very popular as is the fireworks display on the July 4th - called Kaboom Town. The city has plenty of parks for outdoor recreation and a number of excellent golf courses nearby.
A 60 Foot Salad Bar
As mentioned, eating out is no problem, and once in your Addison apartment, you're bound to find places that are nearby. Since there are 170 establishments in a four square mile area, there isn't one too far away. Some of the top rated ones are a surprising mixture of places like Sweet Tomatoes, which has a sixty foot salad and all the ingredients are guaranteed to be less than 24 hours from where they were picked.Fogo de Chao is fine Brazilian and steak fare while the Flying Fish has the freshest of seafood. You'll find plenty of chain type places, and just about every cuisine you can think of.
Sitar Music in Texas
Many of the city's restaurants also have live music. Places like the Clay Pit with live sitar music, Chaucer's Sushi with taped hip hop or trance music, and Outer Marker which is a dive bar are all popular. If you prefer things a little quieter, The Londoner is a good pub style sports bar with darts and cold beer. Regardless of where your Addison apartment is located, you'll feel at home in no time at all.
Average Apartment Rent in Addison, Texas
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Addison Apartment Rental TrendsApartments in Addison have competitive rents so be sure to use our apartment finder to get the best deal. In September the average rent for a 1 Bedroom Addison apartment cost $1,304. If you need a roommate, try finding a 2 bedroom apartment rental. An average 2 bedroom Addison apartment was $1,754 in September. Start your apartment search by checking out some of the Addison rentals listed below.
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Is Addison a town where I'll need a car to get to work?
There's good bus service in Addison but the town isn't yet on the rail link - but it will be sometime in the future. Meanwhile, you'll need a car even if you use park and ride. A bus line might be walkable but don't cont on it.
What neighborhoods in Addison are good for eating out?
In a town that seems like it has a restaurant on every corner, there are obviously alot of choices in Addison. But the area a long Belt LIne Road near the North Dallas Tollway has a large concentration of good places. Arthur's and Nate's are both great - for seafood and steaks respectivelyyy.
What areas of Addison are safe for walking around at night?
Addison is a small suburban town with a low crime rate. Residents can feel safe to walk around at night in almost any part of town. Addison Circle is a notably safe area, a quiet and relaxing mixed-use neighborhood with friendly neighbors, nearby amenities, local parks and a convenient trail system.
Is Addison a good place for families?
Located in Dallas County, Texas, Addison is an okay place for families based on safety and quality of public education. It's a better area for young singles. As far as schools are concerned, most residents are zoned to the Dallas Independent School District while some are zoned to the Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District, though no public schools operate within the city limits. Dallas Independent School District is rated as better than only 7.7 percent of school districts in Texas and 18.9 percent of school districts in the US. The Carrollton-Farmers Branch Independent School District, on the other hand, fares quite well, rated as better than 56.0 percent of school districts in Texas and 54.4 percent of school districts in the US. Addison is also home to two private schools.
How much are utilities in Addison?
Addison, Texas experiences very hot summers and cool winters. The requirement of cooling in the summer months, when temperatures are generally in the 80s and 90s, will hike up electric bills, just as the need for heat will increase the gas bill in the winter months. On average, however, a family of four should expect to pay about $200 a month, or as high as $250 in summer. Monthly utilities in Addison will also fluctuate depending on a variety of factors, such as the number of people in your household, the size of your living space, and how energy conscious you are.