Uptown

Uptown Condo In Walkable Neighborhood Perfect for First Time Buyer

By Bethany Erickson / January 11, 2019 / 0 Comments
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When Leah Nolan told us she and her husband were listing their Uptown condo, she was a little wistful. And that’s understandable. Her cozy one-bedroom, one-bath home, 3311 Blackburn St. #215, is a perfect spot for someone looking to enjoy some of the best Dallas has to offer, with an affordable price point that gives […]

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Oak Lawn Committee: Awnings And Ear Plugs As Uptown Marriott Returns

By Jon Anderson / January 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

There was just one project slated for last night’s Oak Lawn Committee and it was about a variance needed for a pair of awnings by the Uptown Marriott being built by Alamo Manhattan on Fairmount Street in back of Nick & Sam’s restaurant. The pre-awning project gained support from the OLC in December 2016. At […]

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Move-In Ready Townhome Adjacent to Uptown Amenities, But Private

By Bethany Erickson / January 6, 2019 / 0 Comments
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If you love the walkability of the Uptown area, but don’t want to be in the thick of the hustle and bustle, this State Thomas townhome might just do the trick. Located at 2912 Thomas Ave. and listed by Paige and Curt Elliott with Dave Perry-Miller – Park Cities, this three-story townhome has a generous […]

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Want To Build a High-Rise On McKinney? It’ll Cost Ya

By Jon Anderson / September 25, 2018 / 5 Comments

Even sitting on a beach chair in North Africa, I felt this. A few days ago (hey, I’m on vacation), a 53,000-square-foot McKinney Avenue parcel lifted its skirt to the market.  I phrase it that way because 2523 McKinney has an asking price of $34 million … for 1.216712 acres. Good lord, you could buy […]

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Metropolitan Club Options: One ZaZa, One Halloween-Ready CaCa

By Jon Anderson / October 13, 2017 / 1 Comment

Do you find it difficult to imagine the ugly duckling becoming a swan before lights come on at last call? In real estate, lots of people are just like you.  Watching, watching, watching as HGTV’s parade of annoying renovators turn a curse into a blessing. But walk into the aforementioned cursed property and you’re reaching […]

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Converting One-Way Streets Offers Opportunity For Public Space in Uptown

By Amanda Popken / August 14, 2017 / 1 Comment

Businesses and residents in Uptown have been discussing making two-way streets from the currently one-way Cole Ave., Carlisle St., and McKinney Ave. You may have seen the plans already, maybe you’ve attended one of the many community meetings. However, you may not have heard much about the three public spaces this plan will create. As the […]

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