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Greenway Parks

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Welcome to Greenway Parks

It evolved from a plot of land first developed in 1927 in the “English commons” tradition of clustering homes around a series of private parkways. The graceful boulevards and heavily treed lots preserve a quiet atmosphere that belies the fact that the Dallas North Tollway runs conveniently along the neighborhood’s eastern boundary. Inwood Village and Lovers Lane, which constitute its northern end, provide top-notch shopping and dining options too.



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The 2016 population of Greenway Parks is estimated to be 1,583. That’s a change of +2.4% in the last five years. Over the next five years, the population is projected to change by +3.1%.

The number of households is 806, a change of +2.8% in the last five years. In the next five years, the number of households is projected to change +3.4%.

The average household size is 1.96.

Income & Employment

The median household income is $104,688 and, of the entire population age 16 and over, 25.2% aren’t in the labor force. 3.6% of families live below the poverty line.

Among those employed, 9.2% are blue-collar workers, 82.7% are white-collar workers, and 8.1% are occupied as service industry or farm workers.

The average commute time for workers who live in this area is 21.0 minutes. The average number of vehicles per household is 1.7.


47.1% of Greenway Parks homes are detached, single-family houses. The median owner-occupied home value is $712,517

57.8% of the homes are owner-occupied. The average length of residence among residents in owner-occupied homes is 14.9 years, while the average renter has been in the same home 6.4 years.

The median year the area’s housing units were built is 1964.


Greenway Parks includes portions of these police beats: 523, 524

Throughout those beats during 2014, there were:

Aggravated Assaults (non-family violence) 7
Aggravated Assaults (family violence) 4
Business Burglaries 39
Home Burglaries 63
Motor-Vehicle Burglaries 194
Auto Thefts 55
Business Robberies 8
Robberies of Individuals 8
Shoplifting Incidents 62
Other Thefts 96
Murders 0
Rapes 0
School Passing Grades
2016 STAAR exam passing rates for neighborhood public schools:
Dallas ISD Edward H. Cary Middle School 50
Dallas ISD K.B. Polk Elementary (Center for the Academically Talented) 72
Dallas ISD Thomas Jefferson High School 58

Real Estate Snapshot

% Owner-Occupied Housing


Avg. Household Size


Number of Households


Avg. Length of Residency by Owner

14.9 years

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Sources: Demographic data pulled from Nielsen SiteReports and represents sampling based on most recent U.S. Census estimates. Crime data provided by local police departments. School STAAR exam passing rates from Texas Education Agency.