Midway Meadows is a neighborhood in Dallas, Texas with a population of 24,191. Midway Meadows is in Dallas County and is one of the best places to live in Texas. Living in Midway Meadows offers residents an urban feel and most residents rent their homes. In Midway Meadows there are a lot of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks. Many families and young professionals live in Midway Meadows and residents tend to be liberal. The public schools in Midway Meadows are highly rated.
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Midway Meadows Reviews
I have lived in this area for almost 4 years now. I used to live here when I lived with my parents and in 2014 I moved into an apartment by myself. I love the area. I'm super close to pretty much everything you can think of: great restaurants and fast food if I'm ever working late. I've literally got about 10 different places to choose to eat that wouldn't take me longer than 10 minutes to get to. There are 3 malls close to where I live. There are also plenty of theatres to choose. I feel like the overall quality of activities to do in the area are great to choose from. I know that they are planning on renovating the Willowbend mall and I can see that really improving the quality of night life in the area. I've also heard rumors that Plano is building it's a wine tasting bar, which sounds like fun!
I've lived in suburbs all my life, but this neighborhood is especially close to several Asian supermarket communities around the area which is very convenient and nice.
Overall, I would rate the city of Plano as very safe. I can see that police cars pretty much every day and am not afraid to go out at night. However, the apartment complex in which I live is located very close to major highways and I have seen the aftermath of a car break in that my unfortunate neighbor had to go through. Needless to say, it has made me more aware of taking everything out of my car when I leave.