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1980s: Dallas’ Second Wave of High-Rise Living, Part 1

By Jon Anderson / May 22, 2015 / 6 Comments

I recently returned from a trip to Chicago where I walked around burning off calories and looking at the high-rises of my childhood dreams. Chicago had a golden age of residential high- and mid-rise construction from the 1880s to the crash of 1929. Some were co-ops but most were apartments billed as mansions in the […]

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Internet as The New Utility: How Net Neutrality and Real Estate Cross Paths

By Jon Anderson / March 2, 2015 / 1 Comment

By Jon Anderson Special Contributor Much has been written and said about the argument that internet access, like electricity, is a utility and should be regulated as such. It forms the basis of the argument for “net-neutrality” that the FCC has been contemplating and approved rules to stop internet providers from messing up the status […]

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