Dallas urban living

Want an Urban Lifestyle? This Remodeled Turtle Creek Brownstone Is For You

By Joanna England / May 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

When looking at townhomes, one of the big pluses over a condo unit is outdoor space. However, those staircases in two- and three-story townhomes often mean sacrificing storage space. However, that’s not so with our Inwood Home of the Week, a Turtle Creek brownstone with tons of thoughtful built-ins and plenty of spots to stash […]

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Autonomous Vehicles Bring Real Estate Redevelopment Opportunities As Soon As 2025

By Amanda Popken / May 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

  We’re starting to see the impact that self-driving, autonomous vehicles will have on real estate development. It corresponds, interestingly ,with the same trends we saw in the recent WalkUp Wake Up Call for DFW: these will be two major real-estate-driven boons to our local economy that will change the landscape of our cities over […]

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Josh Nimmo’s Incredible Architectural Conception for Crestfield Place

By Candy Evans / January 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

Crestfield Place debuts tomorrow evening, as we have told you, beginning at 4:30 p.m. over at 2204 Moser in the East Village. This is Cobalt Homes’ second foray into high end, dense living townhomes in urban infill. I caught up with the architect, Josh Nimmo, because I am giddy with delight over the project and the […]

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This State Thomas Charmer is as Loaded as a Park Cities Manse

By Candy Evans / November 1, 2017 / 0 Comments

I’m about to give you the dirt on this State Thomas treasure. You’ll be waiting to hear how it was built around the turn of the century, updated in the mid fifties and then eighties, right? The State Thomas neighborhood contains the largest collection of Victorian-era homes remaining in Dallas. Known as Freedman’s Town, it was created […]

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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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Urban Living at 2011 Cedar Springs Road is the Ultimate in Cool

By Heather Hunter / August 5, 2017 / 0 Comments

With a delicious blend of textures and finishes, today’s Saturday Seven Hundred is the epitome of cool. And at a bit over $300 per square foot, it’s luxury cool. Situated within walking distance of the Arts District and Klyde Warren Park, the location of this amazing urban loft can’t be beat. Seriously, cool. But don’t […]

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