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It’s My Mansion: Westbury Park Condo Offers Over 1,000 SqFt for Under $200K

By Leah Shafer / January 19, 2016 / 4 Comments

The real estate world is be buzzing with news about the sale of Walnut Place (aka the Crespi Estate) for somewhere in the ballpark of $100 million this week. But in the It’s My Mansion occasional feature on CandysDirt, we look at newsworthy properties that have fewer zeros on the end of the list price. Take, for example, the newly […]

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Oak Lawn Condo Has Two Balconies, Walking Distance to Cedar Springs Nightlife

By Leah Shafer / August 25, 2015 / 10 Comments

Oak Lawn is a vibrant Dallas neighborhood, the epicenter of DFW’s gay and lesbian culture, and often affectionately called the “gayborhood.” The heart of the area is Cedar Springs Road, between Oak Lawn Avenue and Wycliff, where tons of businesses, shops, restaurants, and nightclubs show their pride with rainbow flags and cater to the LGBTQ […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Live Modern in This Bright, Open Oak Lawn Condo

By Leah Shafer / July 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

The Haven Condos in Oak Lawn are only nine years old and they’ve got a prime location near Oak Lawn and Lemmon. Today’s Tuesday Two Hundred, 4040 N. Hall St. #204, just went on the market last week and it is already under contract. Take a look and see why! This 2-2 has 1,201 square […]

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Remodeled Corner Unit in Downtown Overlooks Rooftop Pool, Terrace

By Leah Shafer / March 17, 2015 / 1 Comment

There’s a new downtown property on the market that’s got the kind of luxury amenities you usually see on Turtle Creek, but for under $300K: a sixth-floor corner unit on Elm Street at North Akard with a stellar view, modern interior, and prime location. The condo at 1505 Elm St. #604 is pretty much everything […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: 1960s Condo ‘Behind the Pink Wall’ Is Flashback to Elegant Era

By Leah Shafer / February 10, 2015 / 9 Comments

As we wrote about last year, the intersection of Preston and Northwest Highway is one of the highest-profile in all of North Dallas (and probably one of the highest-valued, too). It’s not just the current real estate prices of Preston Hollow that give this area its prestige—the intersection has a fascinating history. The northeast quadrant […]

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Confessions of Dallas High Rise Living: High Rise History — Dallas’ Original Style Setters

By Jon Anderson / February 6, 2015 / 8 Comments

(Editor’s Note: This is the third installment in a hopefully regular series from Jon Anderson, in which he dishes on the inner-workings of life in the sky. Anderson’s take on Dallas high rise living is both entertaining and educational. You can read his first installment here and his second installment here.) By Jon Anderson Special Contributor Buildings of the […]

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