Dallas Luxury High rise

Cindi Caudle Comes Home to Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s

By Joshua Baethge / November 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Cindi Caudle is back in town and back at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s. After spending a few months with Compass Real Estate, she returned Briggs where she had worked previously and felt very comfortable. “One thing that I love about Briggs is that I love having the principle being a part of the community,” she said. […]

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Hate Heights? Enjoy Opulent Treetop Living in This Vendome Unit

By Joanna England / September 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

No matter the season, the views from the venerable Vendome on Turtle Creek always impress. But for those of us who want a great perch that’s not too far off the ground, treetop units can give you the birds-eye view without the anxiety. That’s just one reason we love this Inwood National Bank Home of […]

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Residences at the Stoneleigh: Sharp, Seductive, Crisp, and Classic

By Candy Evans / June 5, 2018 / 1 Comment

Gracious, upscale living has a new address in the heart of Dallas, with easy access to the Katy Trail, the Arts District, high-end shopping, and some of the city’s finest restaurants.  Live above it all at the Residences at the Stoneleigh with dramatic views of downtown, a lush greenbelt, sunrises, and sunsets from your balcony at ​2300 […]

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Forget the Village: It Takes a Barbecue to Understand the Neighborhood Vibe at The Jordan

By Jon Anderson / July 1, 2016 / 1 Comment

The most pleasantly surprising moments at last evening’s event at The Jordan apartments were not when the the wine flowed out of bottles named “Jordan,” or when we oohed and ahhed over the cove-lit ceilings in the penthouse units. No, it was when we spied residents using the outdoor barbecues.  I’ve lived in many an […]

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Less-Limited Edition, Superluxe High-Rise Takes Timeout

By Jon Anderson / June 16, 2016 / 1 Comment

In response to a question at last night’s meeting for the Hood and Dickason high-rise (Turtle Creek Haus), Masterplan representative Karl Crawley lobbed out that The Limited Edition at 2505 Turtle Creek was being redesigned. I was there to catch that ball. Turns out he’s correct.  Just as Turtle Creek Gardens agrees to a $43 […]

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Condo Developers Running out of Rich People? Build for the Middle Class

By Jon Anderson / January 29, 2016 / 4 Comments

In December, I spent a month writing about Hawaii real estate. Several of the articles showcased new and planned high-rises in the Kaka’ako area of Honolulu that were almost exclusively targeting foreign investment and wealthy local buyers wanting to trade their nest for a high-rise perch. You may also recall that many of these buildings […]

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