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Dallas Condo Living

Drexel Highlander Rolling Out $4 Million Plus Upgrade & Name Rebranding

By Candy Evans / August 3, 2016 / 0 Comments

New doors, windows, copper roof, a security system better than Fort Knox (or at least Cowboy Stadium) and miles of mortar joints going under a microscope! Starting this fall, the Drexel Highlander Condominium on Oak Lawn is getting an overhaul, a major overhaul — to the tune of $4 million plus. It’s even getting a […]

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“O” Alert: Peek Inside the New, Quickly Filling Stoneleigh Residences — I Saw, I Toured, I Fell in LOVE!

By Candy Evans / December 14, 2015 / 4 Comments

If you have not had the chance to tour the new 22-story Stoneleigh Residences, which are filling up very quickly over off Maple Avenue at Wolf Street, I strongly suggest you stop in and give your eyes a holiday treat. I not only toured one of the units the incredible (and CandysDirt-approved!) Sharif & Munir […]

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Smoke on the Water? Part 1: 10 Acres Ripe for the Picking

By Jon Anderson / June 19, 2015 / 1 Comment

Where there’s smoke, there’s gonna be fire.  As Candy recently wrote, 2505 Turtle Creek is finally set to become the Limited Edition, the über-luxury high-rise by first-time (in Dallas) high-risers from Toronto Great Gulf. But with 10-acres of smoldering land ready to ignite, the Limited Edition may be just the beginning for this tail-end of […]

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Rooms with a View – For Now: High-Rise Building Boom Could Change The Landscape

By Jon Anderson / May 15, 2015 / 4 Comments

One of the main drivers for purchasing in a high-rise is the view. A buyer walks in “Oooo-ing and cooo-ing” as they’re transfixed by panoramic views. Other minor problems sometimes fall away, subsumed by the cliché “million-dollar” view. Buyers must remember that while they’re sold on the view, their purchase actually stopped at the glass. […]

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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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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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