Dallas Suburbs Snag Three Top 10 Spots in National ‘Geek Culture’ Cities List

by | Nov 8, 2023
RentCafe analyzed 300 American cities to find the Best Cities for Geek Culture Fans, and four DFW cities "beamed up" up near the top of the list. See which local cities made the cut—and why "geeks" can live long and prosper in North Texas.
Report: This ZIP Code in Frisco Is the No. 5 Hottest in the U.S. for Apartment Construction
by | Oct 17, 2023
Frisco's 75034 zip code was the No. 5 hottest zip code in the U.S. for apartment construction from 2018 to 2022, according to a new report from RentCafe. Check out the other hottest apartment-construction zip codes in Dallas-Fort Worth.
Report: Dallas Among Top 10 U.S. Cities in Future Conversions of (Mostly Office) Buildings Into Apartments
by | Jul 26, 2023
According to a new RentCafe report, Dallas is on track to add 1,912 additional apartment conversions in coming years, placing it No. 10 in the U.S. in the category. And 80% of those adaptive reuse projects will be in office buildings, exceeding the share in L.A., New York City, and Chicago.
Bloc House To Offer ‘Micro Apartments’ Along Santa Fe Trail in East Dallas
by | Jun 15, 2023
Bloc House aims to "push the boundaries of conventional development" with studio apartments as small as 350 square feet. That may sound tiny, but shared amenities including a common lawn, pool, and clubhouse could let future residents live large.

Report: ‘Rich Renter’ Households in DFW Up as Much as 198% in Five Years

by | Feb 3, 2023
RentCafe said that while the number of high-income renters in Dallas rose by 74% and sits at 6% of the city's total renters between 2015 and 2020—peaking at 17,257— he number of high-income renters rose even more dramatically in other North Texas cities. Garland saw a rise of 198%, McKinney 186%, Plano 103%, and Frisco 93%. High-income renters in Frisco may look into places like the luxury Remy apartments (above), coming to Frisco Square in 2024.
Frisco and McKinney Rank Among the Top 5 Cities in the U.S. to Rent New Apartments
by | Jan 20, 2023
The report by RentCafe—"Top 50 Cities for Finding New Apartments in 2023"—ranks Frisco and McKinney as the No. 4 and No. 5 cities in the U.S. for finding an apartment that only a limited number of people, or maybe even no people, have lived in before. Two other Dallas suburbs made the list as well: Richardson at No. 25 and Plano at No. 42.
Dallas-Fort Worth Tops Nation’s Self-Storage Hotspots, Boosted by Multifamily Boom
by | Nov 23, 2022
In terms of self-storage supply, the Dallas metro area now offers over 9 square feet per person, well above the national benchmark of 7 square feet per person.