Farmers Branch

Live Like You’re on Vacation Every Day at Branch Crossing

By Candy Evans / January 17, 2019 / 0 Comments

When I first met Bob Hoebeke of Hoebeke Builders, Inc.  and he explained what he planned to do in his new Farmer’s Branch development, I said, “Bob, you are re-creating Seaside in North Texas without the Beach!” Little did I know, Seaside and Watercolor are exactly what he had in mind, only for North Texas. […]

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Branch Crossing in Farmers Branch: Walk Right On Over to the Farm Stand

By Candy Evans / August 23, 2018 / 2 Comments

There are many reasons why Hoebeke Properties LLC selected Branch Crossing in Farmers Branch to develop Hoebeke’s homestead plus four additional development lots, but proximity to community amenities was chief among them!  “Start with an old estate on a beautiful creek surrounded by Farmers Branch’s Historical Park, add a bird sanctuary, rose gardens, a four-acre […]

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Rudy Giuliani and Kevin O’Leary (Mr. Wonderful) in Dallas Tuesday Night at Megatel Homes’ Mega Realtor Event

By Candy Evans / May 10, 2018 / 1 Comment

I cannot call it a party, because it was so much more. I have been to a lot of Realtor’s parties. This one REALLY topped them all. Zach Ipour, founder and CEO of Megatel homes, threw a MEGA EVENT Tuesday night, a VIP experience, for the North Texas Real Estate world at Mercer Crossing, the […]

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New Colorful Water Tower Brings Artful Touch to North Texas at The Brickyard

By Leah Shafer / October 21, 2016 / 1 Comment

Urban art has a new home in Farmers Branch with a stained glass water tower at The Brickyard. Local artist Joseph Shortell of Shortell Design was commissioned by Dallas-based Billingsley Company to create this iconic structure at New York-style apartment community. Lauren Stout, an independent artist working with Shortell, laid out the color schemes with […]

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The Brickyard Bringing New York City-Inspired Living to Farmers Branch

By Leah Shafer / July 11, 2016 / 2 Comments

We recently wrote about how one Dallas inner-ring suburb is seeing big changes, Farmers Branch Renaissance Turning Once Sleepy Suburb Into Vibrant City. The city has another reason to celebrate: Billingsley Company is bringing New York City architectural charm to to Farmer’s Branch, with The Brickyard. This is their new apartment community in Mercer Crossing, at the crossroads of Interstate […]

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Farmers Branch Renaissance Turning Once Sleepy Suburb Into Vibrant City

By Leah Shafer / May 6, 2016 / 1 Comment

Once upon a time, a decade or two ago, Farmers Branch was a sleepy suburb with older homes, older shopping centers, and older infrastructure. It wasn’t a bad place to live, but it wasn’t exactly topping the charts of vibrant cities in DFW. The housing stock, in particular, was fraying around the edges and many aging residences needed […]

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