Cobalt Homes

Josh Nimmo’s Incredible Architectural Conception for Crestfield Place

By Candy Evans / January 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Crestfield Place debuts tomorrow evening, as we have told you, beginning at 4:30 p.m. over at 2204 Moser in the East Village. This is Cobalt Homes’ second foray into high end, dense living townhomes in urban infill. I caught up with the architect, Josh Nimmo, because I am giddy with delight over the project and the […]

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Touchy Faucets, Dumbwaiters, and Central Vacs: Crestfield Place Owns East Village

By Candy Evans / January 8, 2019 / 1 Comment

Who is winning the arms race in condo amenities? Crestfield Place is riding high in East Village, right up to the epay wood covered rooftops!

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About That Camdale Court Party: Cancelled BC Too Many Sales! (Three Available, Hurry!)

By Candy Evans / March 23, 2018 / 1 Comment

We were planning a big shindig to-do, a CandysDirt.com style celebration over at Camdale Court by Cobalt Homes — you recall the very first disruptor town homes in North Texas with, among other innovative items, Dumb Waiters? Camdale Court is a modern, 12-unit town home community in the heart of East Village offering three-bedroom, three-and-a-half-bathroom […]

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Camdale Court Reveals Real Estate Disruption in East Dallas POSTPONED!

By Candy Evans / February 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

Update, 10:50 am: With more rain and hail in the forecast, the folks at Cobalt Homes & Katie Aspen and Jeff Mitchell have decided to re-schedule tonight’s opening bash for March 22. Stay tuned for details, and please ask Mother Nature to give the real estate community a break! Don’t forget to join me and Cobalt Homes, […]

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Three Disrupting Developers Bring Us the Best of East Dallas To Date (Plus Dumbwaiters)

By Candy Evans / February 9, 2018 / 0 Comments

Remember this name: Cobalt Homes. A Dallas-based urban builder disrupting the urban town home concept with not just aesthetics and quality construction, but an unheard of thoughtfulness — like a sixth sense — to provide buyers comfort and true home livability. We all love stories about guys who started famous companies at home. In 1939, Bill […]

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