This is a very small section of Plano that has a population that is less than 15. The area only spans 0.03 square miles. The median household income in the neighborhood is a bit more than $50,000, which is far less than the $88,000 median income for Plano as a whole. This is a place to live if one is economical since the average rent there is less than $800.
While this is a tiny section of a larger city, it is possible for residents to take advantage of deliveries from online food apps. This may seem like a small detail, but there are some parts of Plano where this is not available. There are no medical facilities located directly in the neighborhood, but it is easy to get to several facilities if there is an emergency or some other medical need present.
Things To Do
If you are in Malaby and you are looking for something to do, there is plenty. Nature lovers have many options for excitement, including spending time at Bob Woodruff Park, Arbor Hills Nature Preserves or Oak Point Park & Nature Preserve. Walking around Downtown Plano is an option too since it is filled with so many historic structures.
Those who are more interested in indoor have numerous options, like Heritage Farmstead Museum, The Interurban Railway Museum, and Play Street Museum. Other options include a visit to the Crayola Experience, spending time at JumpStreet or going to shop for a while at The Plano Antique Mall.
As you can tell, Malaby is not bustling with much to do, but it is very easy to get to other areas of Plano that are a bit more exciting. With that said, living in this neighborhood is a great idea for anyone who is looking for a place that is not very expensive.