This trendy Austin neighborhood has the most expensive rents in Texas

Only one borough in Texas’s four major subway areas claims an average home rent of over $ 3,000, and right here in Austin.

Data from Apartments.com shows the average monthly rent for an apartment in the Northshore neighborhood, east of the Seaholm District, was $ 3,156 on May 14. This amount covers apartments of all sizes.

As defined by Apartments.com, Northshore is bordered by North Lamar Boulevard, East Third Street, I-35 and West Cesar Chavez Street. The neighborhood encompasses much of the Second Street District.

No other neighborhood in the Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston and San Antonio subway areas exceeded the $ 3,000 mark for average apartment rentals in mid-May, according to Apartments.com.

According to Apartments.com, these neighborhoods round off the five most expensive neighborhoods in Austin:

  • Market District (western part of downtown), $ 2,991

  • Rainey Street, $ 2,425

  • West End (west of downtown), $ 2,273

  • The Triangle (Central Austin), $ 2,002

The biggest apartment bargain in the Austin area is the Uptown section of San Marcos. The average rent there was $ 815 on May 14, according to Apartments.com.

Other cheap neighborhoods in the Austin area listed by Apartments.com include:

  • Georgian Acres (North Austin), $ 891

  • Heritage Hills, Northeast Austin, $ 927

  • St. Johns, Northeast Austin, $ 960

  • Coronado Hills, Northeast Austin, $ 966

  • Windsor Hills, Northeast Austin, $ 970

Houston Market Square is the most expensive area of ​​the state’s other major metropolitan areas. The average rent there in mid-May was USD 2,677, according to Apartments.com.

Three other Houston neighborhoods had median rents in excess of $ 2,000:

  • Museum District, $ 2,656

  • Discovery Green, $ 2,331

  • University Place, $ 2,289

At the other end of the spectrum, the East Little York neighborhood of the Lake Houston area had the lowest median rent – $ 635. It goes ahead:

  • Pecan Park (East End), $ 659

  • Hobby Airport Area (Southeast Houston), $ 718

  • Golfcrest (Southeast Houston), $ 718

  • Westwood (Southwest Houston), $ 720

  • Braeburn (southwest Houston), $ 728

Only one neighborhood in San Antonio had average rent over $ 2,000 a month. In Pearltown’s Pearl District, the average rent in mid-May was $ 2,283, according to Apartments.com.

Other areas of San Antonio with high rents are:

  • Museum coverage (downtown), $ 1,774

  • The Rim (northwest San Antonio), $ 1,596

  • The Dominion (northwest San Antonio), $ 1,545

  • King William (downtown), $ 1,543

  • Lone Star (downtown), $ 1,495

The Lackland Terrace neighborhood is the San Antonio neighborhood with the lowest median rent of $ 617. This is preceded by the Southwest, $ 684; Hot Wells (southeast San Antonio), $ 685; Park Village (Northeast San Antonio), $ 715; and South San Antonio, $ 746.

In Dallas-Fort Worth, Victory Park (Uptown / Park Cities) tops the list of highest median rents ($ 2,189). Only one other neighborhood (Uptown Dallas) had a median rent above $ 2,000 in mid-May. The average rent there was $ 2,165.

If you are looking for an apartment rental in DFW, South Dallas-Fair Park is your best bet. The average rent there was $ 741. It precedes Lake Cliff, $ 748; South Boulevard-Park Row (Southeast Dallas), $ 785; Hunt County, $ 791; Highland Hills (Southeast Dallas), $ 800; Piedmont (Southeast Dallas), $ 808; and Central Meadowbrook, East Fort Worth, $ 828.

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