Park Cities

Park Cities Historic And Preservation Society Landmarking Ceremony Feb. 23

By Joanna England / February 22, 2019 / 0 Comments

Staff Report Highland Park and University Park are still veritable treasure troves of historic architecture, and The Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society will hold landmarking ceremonies from 10 a.m. to noon Feb. 23 to recognize four excellent examples. The homes — all striking examples of living history — offer insight to this significant area. […]

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July Fourth Picks: University Park Tudor Quick Walk to Park Cities Parade Route

By Bethany Erickson / July 4, 2018 / 0 Comments
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Imagine being able to host friends and family at a July fourth cookout and pool party, with a brief break for a quick walk to the popular and traditional Park Cities Fourth of July parade — because we just found the perfect house for just that very thing.

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If Highland Park Wants to Retain Property Values, They Should Worry About What Happened There Last Week

By Candy Evans / February 27, 2017 / 13 Comments

There is a fine line we as parents walk with our children. We love them so much, we want to give them the best of every possible good thing, great experiences, and of course ensconce them in security and safety. Which is why buyers spend upwards of a million dollars to live in the Park […]

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Update: HPISD Unveils Plans to Build New School in Dallas

By Jon Anderson / February 26, 2016 / 18 Comments

On February 25th the Caruth Hills Homeplace Neighborhood Association held an update meeting on the proposed school to be built on land HPISD acquired from the Northway Christian Church on Northwest Highway across from Sparkman- Hillcrest (talk about the circle of life). The new school is the result of a $361.4 million bond proposal passed […]

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Dallas City Council Candidate Adam McGough Faces Residency Questions

By Bethany Erickson / February 19, 2015 / 1 Comment

Did Dallas City Council candidate Adam McGough buy a condo in Highland Park just for the chance to send his kids to Highland Park ISD? McGough, a former chief of staff for Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings and current candidate for District 10 city council seat, says yes, but it’s not like that. Highland Park ISD officials, however, […]

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Want to Represent Your Neighborhood? First, You Have to Get Your Name on Ballot

By Zachary Dickens / January 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

One way to ensure that your property values stay high is to get involved in your community. For example, you could represent your neighborhood on the city council or school board. Of course, you’d have to convince your neighbors that you’re worthy of their votes. But that comes later. First, you need to get on […]

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