Katy Trail

A Condo Near Katy Trail For Under $300K? Yes Please.

By Nikki Barringer / June 30, 2020 / 0 Comments

When current owners Vince and Jessica Stanko first purchased this condo, it was for the location. Duh. Obviously, it’s the best. It’s walking distance from the Katy Trail and all the shops and restaurants Knox-Henderson has to offer. Jessica said they walk the Katy Trail at least once a day, if not twice, and as […]

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Gorgeous Furnished Luxury Lease Up For Grabs At The Highland Residences

By April Towery / May 13, 2020 / 0 Comments

There’s a new kid on the block at The Highland Residences, and it’s got everything.  The townhomes at 5656 N. Central Expressway are locked and loaded with designer-inspired touches, high-end finishes, and full valet service.  Whether you’re a Carrie, Samantha, Charlotte, or Miranda, you’ll feel like you have arrived in this sexy 2,124-square-foot space in […]

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Improve Katy Trail? Just Add Concrete

By Jon Anderson / May 12, 2020 / 2 Comments

For the first time in over a month I walked the Katy Trail this morning. I was aware of work starting to widen the trail and saw it firsthand today. What a mess. Urban Ribbon Park With Cooling Canopy First, the Katy Trail is what’s known as an urban ribbon park that typically spring up […]

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D is for Dallas, T is For ‘This Will Not Work’

By Adlene Neely Dealey / April 22, 2020 / 14 Comments

There has been a lot of completely weird things about living in a pandemic Dallas. People buying up all the toilet paper for no good reason. The fact that my neighbor has taken this “we’re not going anywhere so pants are optional” thing a little too far. The fact that it takes a psychic and […]

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David Blewett Pulls Reverchon Park Deal From Ashes Despite Neighborhood Opposition

By Jon Anderson / January 9, 2020 / 2 Comments

After District 14 council member David Blewett pulled the Reverchon Park reconstruction project back from its December abyss, Dallas City Council heard arguments for and against the proposal in one fiery late afternoon/evening meeting before rendering a fresh decision. What had been a tie vote in December was now passed 11-4. And far North Dallas […]

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Reverchon Park Renovation Plan Returns Wednesday to City Council

By Jon Anderson / January 6, 2020 / 8 Comments

It seemed baffling that last month the Dallas City Council didn’t approve the renovation of the Reverchon Park ballfield, but it shouldn’t be. It’s no secret Dallas has an unspoken policy of “build lavishly and walk away” when it comes to maintaining its public facilities. It’s also no secret that Dallas does a poor job […]

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