Dallas Uptown

One Family’s Move to Uptown: A Bottom-line Decision

By Amanda Popken / October 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

When you hear of someone moving to Uptown you probably assume, like me, it’s not because it will save them money. And not because it’s a great place to raise kids. For Jennifer Morgan and her family, though, both of those proved to be true. She and her husband and son are are saving money, […]

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Does Curbing the Car Culture Really Boost Residential Real Estate Values?

By Candy Evans / May 25, 2016 / 2 Comments

Interesting piece in the Wall Street Journal (sub req.) on Sunday raised a sacreligious question: are the billions we are spending on light rail really worth it, especially real-estate wise? Los Angeles and other auto-heavy Sunbelt cities such as Phoenix, Denver and Charlotte, N.C., are building out expensive light rail systems costing billions of dollars, funded by […]

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Downtown Dallas Inc. Wants Your Input to Update the 360 Plan

By Amanda Popken / June 25, 2015 / 3 Comments

By Amanda Popken Special Contributor It’s been 4 years since the Downtown360 plan was created, and so much has changed! It’s time for an update. This week, Downtown Dallas Inc. held the kickoff meeting to begin soliciting input. The input phase will last through October, then the technical studies, microplans, and implementation plans phase will continue through […]

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Vivo Realty Group Launches New Uptown Office With ‘Mad Men’ Themed Party

By Joanna England / January 27, 2015 / 0 Comments

When David Maez launched Vivo Realty, his vision was a smart, nimble brokerage that could turn on a dime to meet the needs of today’s real estate buyer, who is increasingly drawn to mobile devices and has little patience for long waits. So it was only a matter of time before the firm, which started […]

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