Dallas Highrises

Turtle Creek’s Renaissance Gets a New Neighbor as Poston Plots Sell to LLC

By Jon Anderson / March 17, 2016 / 2 Comments

In January, the lots located at 3407 and 3409 North Hall Street were reported in DCAD to have been sold to TDRE Lee Park LLC. The actual owner is currently masked behind the LLC with a local address of 4100 Spring Valley Road, Suite 310, in Dallas. However, TDRE Lee Park is a Houston registered […]

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The Four R’s: REJOICE in The Claridge

By Jon Anderson / March 17, 2016 / 0 Comments

This is part last in a four-part series. Read parts one, two, and three, and join us at our CandysDirt staff meeting here on March 22! Capping off our Four R’s series is this endcap double-unit penthouse at the Claridge. For those just tuning in, four Claridge units, each featured in a previous posting, will play host […]

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The Four R’s: REFRESH in The Claridge

By Jon Anderson / March 16, 2016 / 0 Comments

This is part three in a four-part series. Read parts one and two, and check back tomorrow for part four! The Jefferson’s were all about “movin’ on up,” and that’s exactly where we’re going with this third in our quad-fecta of Claridge condos that will set the stage for the March 22nd anniversary of the […]

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The Four R’s: REMODEL in The Claridge

By Jon Anderson / March 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

This is part two in a four-part series. Read the first one here, and check back tomorrow for part three. As part of our quad-fecta of Claridge listings celebrating the anniversary of our Staff Meeting events on March 22nd, we have unit 5D, another listing from Allie Beth Allman’s Sue Krider. This unit moves down […]

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The Four R’s: REHAB in The Claridge

By Jon Anderson / March 14, 2016 / 1 Comment

This is part one in a four-part series. Check back tomorrow for part two! Every time I enter The Claridge, I like it more. It may be a round-y 1980’s building surrounded by Lemmon Avenue, but the interior spaces are large, well thought out, and the views are wonderful. That’s why, for our March 22 anniversary […]

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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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