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Confessions of Dallas High Rise Living: High Rise History — Dallas’ Original Style Setters, Part 2

By Jon Anderson / February 13, 2015 / 9 Comments

By Jon Anderson Special Contributor Correction: In last week’s column, I made a rookie mistake of believing a friend without checking (he’s been flogged and I’ve been humbled). The history of the “21” building at 3883 Turtle Creek is far more interesting than the story I was told about the 21 name reflecting the number […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: 1960s Condo ‘Behind the Pink Wall’ Is Flashback to Elegant Era

By Leah Shafer / February 10, 2015 / 9 Comments

As we wrote about last year, the intersection of Preston and Northwest Highway is one of the highest-profile in all of North Dallas (and probably one of the highest-valued, too). It’s not just the current real estate prices of Preston Hollow that give this area its prestige—the intersection has a fascinating history. The northeast quadrant […]

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