If you’ve hunted for a home or office space in Dallas in the past year, our city’s most popular “new” neighborhood has undoubtedly made an impact in your decision making. If you’re not yet familiar, imagine a trapezoid shape area just south of Highland Park, facing northwest to the Dallas North Tollway from the intersection of Lemmon and Oak Lawn Avenues. This is known as SOHIP, short for south of Highland Park.
 

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It’s an area is filled with cool folks and hot real estatetruly living up to its moniker.


who lives here

Singles, Empty Nesters

Dynamically Diverse.
The appeal of SoHip has always been its social and cultural diversity. It is funkier and more fluid than the rest of Dallas with pockets of persistent and urban vivacity that remind us that Dallas is a real city.  Most days you’ll find a good cross-section of singles, families and professionals outside—enjoying a picnic in the park or a cup of coffee at a sidewalk café


how they live

Residents value the understated allure of their neighborhood, so unlike the flashiness of Uptown or the Park Cities.

High-density City Living.
Townhouses, duplexes, historic apartments, single-family homes, lofts, mid-rise residential buildings and new multi-use developments create a dynamic mix of residential options in the SoHip area.  Young professionals and empty nesters enjoy the diverse mix and walkability of shops, stores, cafes, and restaurants.

 

Bordered by Hawthorne Ave to the North, Lemmon Ave to the South, Lomo Alto Drive to the East and Oaklawn Avenue to the West.

 
 
 
 

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