Greenbelt

A Terrazzo-Tiled Entryway Gives This Allen Home A Little Somethin’ Somethin’

By Nikki Barringer / October 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

Up in Allen, there’s a three-bedroom, two-bathroom rambling ranch-style house just waiting for you to call it home. Behind the alley, there’s a three-acre greenbelt the city is said to be converting to a park so swing sets galore. Of course, it’ll have that new mulch and not the hot beads of gravel most of […]

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In This River: A Love Letter to the Wild Trinity

By Amanda Popken / March 6, 2017 / 0 Comments

This Wednesday you’re invited to join a discussion about the Trinity. A river that has defined our city for over a century. Yet its place in our lives still remains little more than afterthought. Millions of taxpayer dollars funded a very extensive plan: To build, beautify, and manage this park — has anyone actually read […]

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Adorable Greenbelt Home In Oak Cliff’s Elmwood Proves That Less Is More

By Leah Shafer / January 24, 2017 / 4 Comments

Deep in the heart of Oak Cliff is a swath of land that was once the Tennessee Farm Dairy. These gently rolling, tree-shaded hills sit above the banks of Cedar Creek and are now home to the Elmwood neighborhood. On the Elmwood Branch greenbelt, our Tuesday Two Hundred is located near Wright Street and North Edgefield Avenue […]

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Go Rangers Go! Turns Out Derek Holland Is One of My Neighbors…

By Candy Evans / October 28, 2011 / 0 Comments

Update: He’s Derek Holland, but he’s NOT the Rangers player Derek Holland. This Derek is in medical sales, and his agent is Clay Stapp. Yes, they have the exact same name. Darn it, I thought we had a Ranger in the ‘hood! I remember when he bought this house, last March 2010. In fact, I […]

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