affordable Dallas Highrise

It’s My Mansion: A Turtle Creek Address for Under $200K? This Renaissance Condo Is It

By Leah Shafer / August 3, 2015 / 0 Comments

Turtle Creek is a tony neighborhood in Dallas, with lovely parks, historically significant architecture, and the largest collection of residential highrises in the city. Addresses in Turtle Creek are typically associated with big bucks—according to city-data.com, the average estimated value of detached houses in 2010 was $791,697 (compare that to a city-wide average of $236,454). But there are deals to be […]

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Rarefied Air: Where are the Middle-Class High-Rises?

By Jon Anderson / June 12, 2015 / 1 Comment

Things are called “porn” because they’re largely unattainable, much like the lovelies featured in the original genre. House porn shows abodes to drool over that few can afford — whether it’s my fantasy 8,000 square foot Chicago penthouse or your Highland Park spread. At some point you give up on the unattainable and marry your […]

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