Updated: Maple Terrace Residents Voice Concern Over Historic Building’s Demolition

By Jon Anderson / August 5, 2020 / 4 Comments

Editor’s Note: This post has been updated to include a response from Hines at the end. It’s been known for some time that the historic Maple Terrace apartment complex at Maple Avenue and Wolf Street had sold to global real estate firm Hines, and that they plan to build a high-rise on the back parking […]

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Is Turtle Creek Cursed? Planned Developments Struggle to Break Ground

By Jon Anderson / June 22, 2020 / 5 Comments

Probably even before the Sheppard King mansion was built in the 1920s, Turtle Creek was one of Dallas’ most fabled boulevards. Unlike other tony streets, Turtle Creek has been known since the 1960s for its residential high-rises – attracting a Venn diagram of acrophiliacs and downsizers. However, in recent years it’s become our boulevard of […]

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Change In Broker Fees Will Cost Jobs And Increase Rents, Experts Say

By April Towery / February 17, 2020 / 0 Comments

New York braces for change in how broker fees are handled, developers break ground on Deep Ellum project, and Denton’s Carriage Square is being redeveloped, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news. Change In Broker Fees Will Cost Jobs And Increase Rents, Experts Say New York’s Department of State recently reversed the tenant-pays-broker-fee […]

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Move-In Ready: Merion at Midtown Park Gets Its First Residents

By Joanna England / August 8, 2017 / 1 Comment

If Greenville Avenue hadn’t been closed on the way back from the White Rock dog park, Glenna and Justin Lafitte may never have bought their new home inside Merion at Midtown Park. It was a day like any other — the couple took their miniature pinscher to the ever-popular dog park near the Mockingbird Lane […]

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