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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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Happy New Year: Peeves and Praise for 2019 From Jon Anderson

By Jon Anderson / January 1, 2020 / 1 Comment

Throughout the year I come across things that delight and (more often) annoy me. It’s the time of year to share so you know you’re not alone. Peeve: White Supremacy Pictured above is the “white” section for Valspar paints at Lowe’s snapped a week ago. Really? Does the (first) world need 72 shades of white? […]

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These Uptown Dallas Open Houses Are Hot, Hot, Hot!

By Amy Puchaty / November 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

Few neighborhoods offer the walkability, nightlife, and career opportunities quite like Uptown Dallas. This week we present three of the area’s hottest open houses you can’t afford to miss! The Hall Street Stunner

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Architect-Designed Travis St. Townhome Has a Backyard Oasis You’ll Never Want to Leave

By Shelby Skrhak / October 19, 2019 / 1 Comment

Imagine enjoying gorgeous weather like this in the backyard oasis at 4021 Travis Street, a two-bedroom 2,271-square-foot contemporary townhome designed by AIA award-winning architect Frank Welch. This 1971-built townhome is nestled in the heart of uptown near the Katy Trail and the West Village in the Schoellkopf Suburban Heights. As stunning as the backyard garden […]

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Ridgewood Park Has Its Perks, Including These Two Brick Beauties

By Amy Puchaty / October 14, 2019 / 0 Comments

With over $100,000 between them, these two offerings in Ridgewood Park are looking better by the minute. There’s no denying the historic charm both provide, plus each is filled with designer touches that surprise and delight! Only question is which would you choose, the Renovated Ranch Splurge or the Brick Beauty Steal? Tell us which […]

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