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Experience the Urban Sophisticated Lifestyle at Alta Design District Apartments in Dallas

Home to 18 Fortune 500 companies, Dallas is a great place to start a career. And with more than 400 parks and one of the lowest crime rates in the country, it’s also an appealing destination to raise a family. No matter what your personal reasons are to put down roots in this hot Texan city, here’s some info that might come in handy: the average Dallas rent is $1,072/month, according to Yardi Matrix.

If you’re a renter trying to get the most bang for your buck, Dallas won’t disappoint. There are many rental communities in great neighborhoods across town to choose from, and their number is growing, as the city’s skyline is constantly adding new developments.

To help you make an informed decision, here’s a property located in a beautiful and accessible area of the city: Alta Design District Apartments in Stemmons CorridorNorth Dallas. Read on to learn more about this neighborhood and the perks and costs of living in this eclectic community:

Community of the week: Alta Design District Apartments for rent in North Dallas

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Swimming pool and courtyard at Alta Design District. Images via RENTCafe.

Located right in the trendy Dallas Design District, with easy access to public transportation and highways – I-35, the Dallas Tollway, Central Expressway, Trinity Railway Express (TRE) and Dallas Area Rapid Transit (DART) – the Alta Design District Apartments provide a unique renting experience, that caters to the most exclusive tastes. This modern rental community at 1531 Inspiration Drive Dallas, TX 75207 is within walking distance to some of the city’s most upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment venues: Dallas Market Center, West Village Shopping, Victory Park, many Uptown attractions.

For convenience, the pet-friendly community is also close to the Dallas Medical Center as well as to the American Airlines Center. Outdoor sports enthusiasts will appreciate the proximity to Katy Trail, Reverchon Park, and the Trinity River Corridor that provide excellent hiking trails.

Modern Living at Alta Design Apartments: Community Perks

This apartment complex is geared with outstanding amenities that are designed to make every renter feel both pampered and comfortable. It’s no wonder it was named one of Big D’s Top Rated rental communities, both in 2013 and 2014.

If you’ve got an active lifestyle, a resort-style pool (with free WiFi access) and a state-of-the-art fitness center ( with free weights and Techno Gym Cardio Equipment) are available 24/7. When you want to chill out with your friends and just socialize, there are poolside gas grills, a garden courtyard with even more grills, a cozy outdoor fireplace, and a 2-story terrace and lounge with amazing views of the skyline. Indoor, hit the games room that comes complete with billiards, plasma TVs, a media center, and vintage arcade games.

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Alta Design District in North Dallas. Images via RENTCafe.

The list of common amenities doesn’t stop here. Working from home? The on-site Cyber Center features high-speed WiFi, a wireless printer, a fax machine, and a scanner. Set up a meeting with your clients at the resident lounge, where you’ll find free coffee and tea, as well as complimentary WiFi access.

You can own up to 4 furry friends (with some breed exceptions) and keep them happy, as there’s a quarter of a mile-long dog run. Those without a car will appreciate the easy access to various public transportation options. Bike racks are also provided throughout the community. If you own a car, never worry about street parking, as you can opt for a reserved parking space.

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Community amenities at Alta Design District. Images via RENTCafe.

The management at Wood Residential Services is devoted to making sure the community is safe and secure, with gated access and an on-site courtesy officer and nightly patrol. For maximum convenience, you can pay your rent online. There’s also a 24-hour maintenance service at your disposal.

Rent an Apartment at Alta Design District Apartments: prices start at $1,140/month

Alta Design District provides many floor plans for renters. If you are going solo or as a couple, the studio apartment plans starting at $1,190/month for a 579 sq.ft. unit are a great choice. 1-bedroom units are much more spacious. With four different floor plans starting at $1,140 and ranging between 836-879 sq.ft., these units are perfect for those looking for a good price without having to sacrifice space.

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Interior design at Alta Design District. Images via RENTCafe.

With prices starting at $1,725/month, the 2-bedroom apartments are the largest at Alta, at 1,128-1,327 sq.ft. and you won’t be breaking the bank, either. There are five different floor plans to choose from, so be sure you can find something that suits your needs.

Each apartment comes equipped with beautiful faux-wood flooring in the living room and kitchen, while upgraded apartments come with bamboo flooring throughout. Granite counter-tops adorn every kitchen and bathroom. Furthermore, enjoy an open kitchen design, complete with modern track lighting, tile black splash and stainless steel appliances. There are ceiling fans in every room and the upgraded apartments include built-in computer desks and bookshelves.

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Open kitchen design at Alta Design District, Dallas. Image via RENTCafe.

Convenience is king here with in-home washer/dryer units and ample extra storage space. Upgraded apartments include walk-in closets, a kitchen pantry, spacious exterior patios, post-consumer recycled ceramic tile in bathrooms, and a convenient in-home office/study space.

From comfortable studios to spacious 2-bedrooms, there’s something in Dallas to suit all tastes. But if you’re in the market for a modern and unique apartment in this interesting part of the city, you should really check out the luxurious Alta Design District Apartments.

If this isn’t what you’re looking for, check out more rentals in North Dallas, in other Dallas neighborhoods, or even head over to the suburbs for more breathing room until you find that place that feels like home.

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About the author

Nicoleta Iudean

Online content developer Nicky Iudean loves writing about real estate, interior design, and lifestyle topics for RENTCafé. She gets inspiration for a healthier and happier way of living from her 4-year old son. You can reach Nicoleta by email or Twitter.

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