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Frequently Asked Questions

When were prices and availability in Grapevine, TX last updated?

Prices and availability in Grapevine, TX were last updated on 12 May 2021.

What are the best apartments in Grapevine, TX?

The best apartments in Grapevine, TX are: Wallis and Baker, Dove Park Apartments, Dove Creek Villas, Bexley Grapevine and Marina Del Rey Apartments.

What is the average rent in Grapevine, TX?

The average rent in Grapevine, TX is $1,424. Start your search for apartments in Grapevine, TX now.

What is the price range for a studio apartment in Grapevine, TX?

The price range for a studio apartment in Grapevine, TX is between $1,254 and $2,000. View all studio apartments in Grapevine, TX.

What is the price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX?

The price range for a 1-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX is between $900 and $2,264. Browse all available 1-bedroom apartments in Grapevine, TX now.

What is the price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX?

The price range for a 2-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX is between $1,015 and $3,308. Browse and find a 2-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX.

What is the price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX?

The price range for a 3-bedroom apartment in Grapevine, TX is between $855 and $3,719. Browse all available 3-bedroom apartments in Grapevine, TX.

Renter's Guide to Grapevine, TX

Welcome to Grapevine, TX! A suburb of the Dallas-Fort Worth metro area, Grapevine has earned a reputation as one of the state's best places to live. In 2017, Money magazine ranked this small city #19 on its list of Best Places to Live – and it received similar recognition from CNNMoney.com back in 2007.

Money went so far as to call Grapevine an "economic powerhouse", citing the city’s low unemployment, ever-improving job market, and high median household income. Perhaps that’s why Niche.com ranks Grapevine as #29 out of 412 Texas suburbs for young professionals. A lot of this success has to do with the city's proximity to Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, which is located partially within Grapevine's borders.

But Grapevine's strengths go beyond simple economic metrics. The city also boasts a recently revitalized historic downtown district and a vibrant community. In fact, they like to consider themselves "The Christmas Capital of Texas", with over 1,400 local events in the 40 days leading up to Christmas. And true to its name, Grapevine has a growing wine-making industry and hosts the largest wine festival in the Southwest.

Not bad for a city that's roughly 10 times smaller than Dallas and 20% smaller than another popular Dallas suburb, The Woodlands. Speaking of Dallas, it's only a 21-mile drive away, and Arlington is even closer, at 18 miles. If you're in the mood to explore more of Texas, Grapevine is 290 miles away from San Antonio.

How about the weather in Grapevine? Like most of Texas, summer, which runs from June to August, is quite warm, with average highs of around 94°F and average lows in the low 70s. Winters, which stretch from December to February, are much cooler, with highs in the mid-50s and lows around 33°F. In general, the Grapevine climate is warm, with average rainfall and an abundance of sunshine.

Grapevine, TX Demographics

  • Total Population53,317
  • Female 26,700
    Male 26,617
  • Median Age38.2

Cost of Living in Grapevine, TX

When searching for a bite to eat in Grapevine, you can expect to pay about $42 for a dinner for two at a mid-range local restaurant. Adding a domestic beer or two will set you back an extra $4 a pop.

Grapevine residents pay an average of $159 per month in utilities – which includes electricity, water, heating, and garbage disposal – for a 915-sq. ft. apartment. That’s just a tad higher than the national average of $149.

As for public transportation, Grapevine doesn’t have a regular bus or rail service, but it does have the Grapevine Visitors Shuttle, which ferries folks between various spots in town for just $5 per day for individuals and $10 for families. The Grapevine Vintage Railroad is another option for exploring the city, with tickets ranging from $10 to $26.

If you want to go to Fort Worth, TEXRail has two stops in Grapevine. Passes are $2.50 per ride or $80 per month. For seniors over 55, there’s also the Northeast Transportation Services (NETS), which provides door-to-door service.

Average Rent in Grapevine, TX

  • Grapevine, TX Average Rental Price, April 2021 $1,424 /mo

Grapevine, TX Apartment Rent Ranges

  • $701-$1,00012%
  • $1,001-$1,50054%
  • $1,501-$2,00025%
  • > $2,0009%

Grapevine, TX Rent Trends

Average Rent Mar / 2018 Jul / 2018 Nov / 2018 Mar / 2019 Jul / 2019 Nov / 2019 Mar / 2020 Jul / 2020 Nov / 2020 Apr / 2021
Grapevine, TX $1,257 $1,259 $1,311 $1,300 $1,346 $1,331 $1,385 $1,369 $1,404 $1,424
National $1,346 $1,355 $1,359 $1,356 $1,391 $1,398 $1,400 $1,390 $1,395 $1,407

Living in Grapevine, TX

Let's look at what it's like living in Grapevine, pros and cons.

In short, Grapevine is a small city with modern amenities. It has tons of shopping, entertainment, and cultural options, and it's just a short drive to Dallas-Fort Worth if you need more. Its proximity to the DFW International Airport is also super convenient when you’d like to take a trip to another city, state, or even country.

Grapevine benefits from a strong local economy, which is perfectly balanced with its friendly community and historic downtown area.

However, for some folks, these same positives could become negatives. If you're accustomed to huge cities, like Dallas or Houston, living in Grapevine is going to feel a little small. But on the other hand, if you prefer a small-town vibe, Grapevine might feel a little too close to the hustle and bustle of the big city.

Things to Do in Grapevine, TX

Nature lovers will enjoy the trails at Oak Grove Park and Grapevine Lake. The latter even has an enclosed dog park, where you can let your furry friends off the leash for a little fun. Both parks are great free things to do in Grapevine.

But if you need a break from the Texas sun, you can retreat indoors at the SEALIFE Aquarium. The abundance of marine life and cool air conditioning make it one of the best things to do with family in Grapevine on a hot day. Or if you’d rather get in the water, check out the Great Wolf Lodge, a massive waterpark with both indoor and outdoor sections.

Other things to do in Grapevine with kids include the LEGOLAND Discovery Center, with its “build and play” zones, rides, and 4D cinema. It’s located in Grapevine Mills mall, which is one of the better shopping options in the city. The Grapevine Towne Center is another great choice, and you can always find plenty of shops on historic Grapevine Main Street.

In fact, Main Street is an attraction on its own and part of the National Historic Registry. You’ll also find some of the city’s most popular restaurants here, like Mi Dia from Scratch, Bob’s Steak and Chophouse, and the Main Street Bistro.

Grapevine also has a few annual events to check out, like GrapeFest, the largest wine tasting festival in the Southwest, which runs for a few days in mid-September. If you can’t make the festival, there’s also an Urban Wine Trail that’s available for most of the year. It’s a great way to add a little culture to your day! But if beer’s more your thing, there’s also Main Street Fest in mid-May.

One other advantage of Grapevine is you have such easy access to Dallas and its many cultural activities, sporting events, and shopping. Art lovers will really enjoy the Dallas Arts Museum and Nasher Sculpture Center, which are among the best museums in Dallas.

Employment and Economy in Grapevine, TX

The Grapevine unemployment rate is impressively low, with nice job growth numbers to boot. The city also has a higher than average medium household income.

Top industries in Grapevine include oil and mining, accommodation and food management, and transportation. The Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport is a major job creator, and Grapevine is also home to the headquarters of Gamestop, the largest video game retailer in the world.

And of course, Grapevine’s location in the Dallas-Fort Worth means commuting for work to one of the surrounding cities is an easy and popular option.

Grapevine, TX Households

  • Total Number of Households20,647
  • Family 13,369
    Non-family 7,278
  • Children 6,442
    No Children 14,205
  • Average People Per Household2.57
  • Median Household Income$91,143
  • Median Housing Costs Per Month$1,484

Education in Grapevine, TX

Grapevine is part of the Grapevine-Colleyville Independent School District.

The number of high schools in Grapevine is four. Top private schools in Grapevine include Grapevine Faith Christian School, which serves grades pre-K through 12, and Holy Trinity Catholic School, which serves pre-K through 8th grade.

While Grapevine doesn't have any 4-year colleges within its borders, it does have some trade schools, like the Grapevine Dental Assistant School and the Foundry and Fine Arts Program. It's also just a short drive away from other colleges in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, like North Lake College, which is only 8 miles away and located in nearby Irving, Texas.

Southern Methodist University, the University of Dallas, and the University of Texas' Dallas and Arlington campuses are all less than 20 miles from the Grapevine city center.

Grapevine, TX Education Statistics

  • No High School3%
  • Some High School21%
  • Some College26%
  • Associate Degree7%
  • Bachelor Degree30%
  • Graduate Degree13%

Tips for Renting in Grapevine, TX

If you're thinking about moving to Grapevine, you'll want to know a little about renters' rights there.

Under Texas law, your landlord is required to fill you in on any known issues with the property before you move in. To see exactly what your rights are, do some research online or talk directly with the landlord before signing the lease. However, before deciding on a certain apartment, make sure you visit the area to see if it's really what you're looking for.

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