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The cost of living in Addison is higher than the national average. However, if you're looking for a safe community with plenty of amenities and a wide range of housing options, then Addison might be the place for you. The risk of violent crime here is 1 in 135. This means that for every 100 people on average who live in Addison there will be 1 violent crime committed against them each year. In addition to its low crime rate, Addison's 2 square miles have tons to offer residents with an impressive 27 parks (more than twice as many as most cities), 14 restaurants and cafes within walking distance from home and plenty of other dining options within driving distance or by public transportation (as much as they're available).

Addison has a lot to offer. It is definitely one of the most desirable areas in Dallas and can be considered as a great place to live. If you are looking for an apartment here, there are many options from which you can choose. These include high-rise buildings, condos, townhouses or single family homes.

Addison, Texas is a city in Dallas County, and the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex. The population of Addison was nearly 20,000 at the time of the 2010 census, up from 15,594 in 2000. It's most known for its location as an area that combines rural living with suburban amenities and activities.

Addison rent can be high—a 2-bedroom apartment will cost you around $1,300/month on average in this area—but it's also very affordable if your annual household income falls between $40-$50k per year. That said, you'll want to make sure you're willing to pay more than just your monthly rent; add-ons like utilities and Internet can really add up! And if you're moving into a new neighborhood where no one knows each other yet (or even any street names), it may take some time before feeling safe enough to walk alone at night.

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