Apartments

What Does $1,500 Rent You in The Dallas Metro?

By Sydney Bennet / March 6, 2018 / 0 Comments

When searching for a place to call home, most renters start with a price range in mind. Although the importance of staying within your budget is universal, the options available at different price points vary across the Dallas metro. To illustrate this point, Apartment List crunched the numbers to find out how much space you can get […]

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What You Can Rent For $900 in The Dallas Area

By Sydney Bennet / October 2, 2017 / 0 Comments

Rents have been on the rise in Dallas, with the median one-bedroom apartment in Dallas proper renting for $890 a month. Throughout the Dallas area, some suburbs still offer lower prices compared to Dallas, while others are considerably more expensive. To give renters an idea of how far their rent check will go, we’re highlighting […]

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Go Car Free: Walk to Transit From These Dallas-Area Apartments

By Sydney Bennet / September 19, 2017 / 0 Comments

Having a car can be expensive — beyond monthly car payments, there are costs associated with insurance, gas, oil changes, repairs, and parking. Even if you own a car, public transit is a great alternative means of commuting. You can avoid sitting in traffic and save on paying for parking in downtown Dallas. We’re featuring […]

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BREAKING: Pink Wall Dominos Fall, Diplomat and Royal Orleans Approve Sale to Developers

By Jon Anderson / August 23, 2016 / 6 Comments

Forget the plan the Preston Center Task Force is cooking up.  Last night it was disclosed that owners of the Diplomat and Royal Orleans condominiums have voted unanimously to accept an offer to sell their complexes to a developer. The identity of the buyer and the development plans are unknown (by me). Update: Wednesday afternoon, […]

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Crescent Communities Releases Details on Bishop Arts Development, Brownstones May Not Stick

By Amanda Popken / August 2, 2016 / 5 Comments

Crescent Communities released more details about its project planned at Zang and Davis near the Bishop Arts District. The residential components offer a variety of types and sizes to appeal to a range of budgets and lifestyles. Most controversially, the second phase North Site plan includes a set of 30-38 brownstones with single units — each three to […]

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