Lee Kleinman

Yes, Lee Kleinman’s Dallas Estate is Still Up for Auction this Saturday

By Candy Evans / September 27, 2019 / 0 Comments

The 7,154-square-foot Hillcrest Estates home of Dallas City Councilman Lee Kleinman and his wife, Dr. Lisa Umholtz, is still slated for auction this Saturday, September 28, 11:00 a.m. with no minimum reserve price at 11322 East Ricks Circle, Dallas, with Elite Auctions. The final preview is scheduled for Friday (this afternoon) from 1-4pm, and registration begins […]

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Northaven Home Tour Features Contemporary Owned By a City Official

By Joanna England / April 8, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Northaven Home Tour returns for another year, this time featuring a treasure trove of thoughtfully remodeled ranches and a contemporary design you’ll find rather familiar. Slated from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 13, the third annual Northaven Home Tour features six gorgeous properties, including the home of Dallas City Council District […]

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Dallas City Council Member Lee Kleinman’s Contemporary Home Gets New Price

By Amy Puchaty / January 18, 2019 / 0 Comments

Looking for a contemporary estate in Preston Hollow? This one’s pretty, and it’s about to get even more attractive. There’s a price drop in the air, and listing agent Kyle Rovinsky is dangling it like a carrot. The Coldwell Banker agent originally listed Dallas Council Member Lee Kleinman’s home for $4,567,890 but just alerted us to […]

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Ashley Stanley: Council Gets Carried Away on Kingston Ethical Lapse

By CandysDirt.com Contributor / November 10, 2017 / 5 Comments

By Ashley Stanley Special Contributor Dallas City Council members engaged in a lengthy discussion on Wednesday about the so-called “Kingston ethical lapse.” The body was charged with voting on a recommendation from the Ethics Advisory Commission to reprimand Dallas City Council member Philip Kingston for using his city office to film a campaign video — […]

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Toll Brothers Oak Lawn Project Waits While Kingston Delays

By Jon Anderson / August 24, 2017 / 3 Comments

Yesterday’s Dallas City Council meeting saw Toll Brothers present their project that has wound its way for 18 months through the Oak Lawn Committee, an Oak Lawn Committee sub-committee, and back to the Oak Lawn Committee before last month being unanimously passed by City Plan Commission. Throughout, we’ve seen various arguments against the project thrown […]

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Dallas Elections Attract Bumper Crop of Filers

By Bethany Erickson / February 20, 2017 / 3 Comments
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Fourteen Dallas City Council seats and three Dallas Independent School District trustee seats are up for grabs on May 6. I’ll start saying this early — as I always do: It can cost somewhere around $1 million to hold an election, and in most May Dallas elections, we see less than 10 percent of voters […]

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