About 7 percent of Millennial renters in the Dallas metro area expect to rent forever, America’s priciest real estate markets revealed, an architectural lecture is set for Dec. 3, and a $1.5 billion mixed-use development is underway in Lewisville, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

 

About 7 percent of Millennial renters in the Dallas metro area expect to rent forever, America’s priciest real estate markets revealed, an architectural lecture is set for Dec. 3, and a $1.5 billion mixed-use development is underway in Lewisville, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

Small Percentage Of Dallas Millennial Renters Plan To Never Own A Home

Apartment List recently studied Millennials and their plans for homeownership, finding that many are content with life as a renter.

Olyvia Ruhlmann of Apartment List released the following findings, specific to the Dallas area:

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Preservation Dallas plans its annual architectural tour, ground is broken on the first master-planned community in West Mansfield, and Dallas Architecture Forum will feature Kim Yao this month, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

Preservation Dallas plans its annual architectural tour, ground is broken on the first master-planned community in West Mansfield, and Dallas Architecture Forum will feature Kim Yao this month, all in this week’s roundup of real estate news.

Preservation Dallas Fall Architectural Tour Set For Oct. 26

Check out the celebrated design and craftsmanship of the 1950s to 1970s in the Preservation Dallas Fall Architectural Tour, set for Oct. 26.

“From the Polynesian resort feeling of the 1955 Leon Eaves’ designed Shwiff House, to the one-of-a-kind Palm Springs style 1960 Crownrich house, to the 1977 gem designed by HKS Architects founder Harwood K. Smith for his personal use, this tour will be full of unexpected marvel,” says Preservation Dallas.

The tour also will feature the 1962 Charles Dilbeck-designed Lobello House, which is being rebuilt following a fire. Also on the tour is O’Neil Ford’s 1958 Haggerty House with an indoor swimming pool.

Spectators will enjoy discussions led by urban anthropologist Marsha Prior and architecture professor Bang Dang, and refreshments will be served at the Angelika Film Center.

Tickets are $40 for Preservation Dallas members and $50 for the public.

Click here to purchase tickets.

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