Dallas condos

New Continental Bridge Park Opens Ahead of New Cities Summit in Dallas

By Joanna England / June 16, 2014 / 1 Comment

The Continental Bridge was once the easiest way to get from downtown Dallas to West Dallas if you didn’t want to cross at Fort Worth Avenue/Beckley. But when the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge opened, the Continental Viaduct was all but obsolete. So what do you do with aging infrastructure and a growing urban population that […]

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Is It A Renter’s Market? Apartment Construction is Booming; Occupancy, Prices are Up

By Joanna England / May 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

Looks like developers are working hard to keep up with demand as new apartment high- and mid-rises are going up across the region.

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Wanna Steal A Condo? T.O.’s Foreclosed Azure Unit Just Went on the Market For Peanuts: Dallas Real Estate News

By Candy Evans / March 23, 2012 / 0 Comments

I feel like this blog should be sponsored by Southwest Airlines today. Look at this babydoll, or rather what many say was supposed to be the “Baby Mama’s” pad: a one bedroom unit on the third floor of the Azure, 2900 McKinnon unit 307 fresh on the market for… are you sitting down, checkbook in hand? $254,000. No […]

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