Addison is one of the Dallas area’s most popular destinations. With nearly 200 restaurants and less than 15,800 permanent residents, Addison contains more restaurants per capita than any city in the United States. Addison perfectly blends the diversity of a big city with the ambiance of a small town, being named among “America’s Five Sexiest Suburbs” by real estate guru Barbara Corcoran, according to its website. The city combines the energy, vibrancy, entertainment and commerce of a large city with small town sensibilities, creating an easy-to-use, friendly and accessible environment. Their progressive growth is engineered to support and promote your personal and professional progress.
For arts and entertainment, the WaterTower Theatre is one of the most innovative, cultural facilities in the nation. For history buffs, the Cavanaugh Flight Museum features fully restored war birds. Plus, no one does Special Events like Addison! Don’t miss the North Texas Jazz Festival, Taste of Addison, Addison Kaboom Town!, or the Addison Oktoberfest.
Addison also promises the most prestigious shopping in the Dallas area, including the Dallas Galleria with Nordstroms and Saks Fifth Avenue.
A relatively youthful suburb, the median age of Addison is 33. A highly educated area, 45% of residents have some college experience, ranging from community college to graduate degree work. The median income is $55,816, with an average household size of 1.77.
Whether it’s shopping, dining, or nighttime fun, visit Addison where you can hear live music at a cozy jazz club, tickle your funny bone at a comedy club, dance to big band music, or sing along to dueling pianos.