Lower Greenville

Actor Lee Arenberg’s California-Inspired Craftsman Up For Grabs

By Amy Puchaty / August 9, 2018 / 1 Comment

According to Lee Arenberg, “Renovating a home is like building a character. You start with the foundation, work with the lines, then there’s the costume fitting. It’s the same with remodeling and staging.” In his downtime from acting in mega-hits like Pirates of the Caribbean, Seinfeld, and Once Upon a Time, Arenberg parlays his movie dollars into […]

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Belmont Addition Cottage is So Cute You Could Eat it Right Up

By Joanna England / July 21, 2017 / 0 Comments

There’s finally a name for it: “cute aggression.” It’s that feeling you get when you see a baby, a kitten or puppy — or in my case, an adorable house — that makes you want to take a little love bite out of it.  That’s exactly the feeling I got when I first saw 5918 […]

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Want to Rent Out Your Back House? Council member Philip Kingston to Host Informational at Stonewall Jackson Tonight

By Joanna England / April 5, 2016 / 17 Comments

Head over to Stonewall Jackson Elementary tonight at 6:30 tonight as Dallas City Council member Philip Kingston will be hosting an informational session regarding the recent proposal to allow homeowners to build and rent garage apartments and guest houses inside the district. Right now, city code precludes the construction of a full-sized kitchen in an […]

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Whole Foods vs. Trader Joe’s: Which Grocery Store Has the ‘Starbucks Effect’ on Home Values?

By Joanna England / September 3, 2015 / 3 Comments

Which upscale grocery has the “Starbucks Effect”: Whole Foods or Trader Joes? That’s what RealtyTrac recently analyzed. If you haven’t heard of the “Starbucks Effect” here’s a little primer: “Homes in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro appreciated 49.7 percent between January 1997 and December 2013,” Humphries said. “But if you look just at homes in the Dallas-Fort […]

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Lower Greenville Craftsman Bungalow Has Darling Curb Appeal, Updates Throughout

By Leah Shafer / August 20, 2015 / 0 Comments

Before the construction of North Central Expressway in 1950, Greenville Avenue one of four major roads leading into Dallas, and was the main route to northern cities like Richardson, McKinney, and Plano. It used to be called “Richardson Pike” or “Richardson Road,” and was the main route into Dallas from the Texarkana. The neighborhood of […]

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Couple Says ‘I Don’t’ to Wedding Chapel Rezoning Headache in Old East Dallas

By Leah Shafer / January 22, 2015 / 3 Comments

Adam and Alicia Rico are trendsetters of sorts, and quick to spot an opportunity when it comes to expanding their business reach. The Brooklyn couple relocated to Dallas and opened a floral shop, Bows and Arrows Flowers, on Lower Greenville in 2009. Their gorgeous bouquets and arrangements quickly became one of the must-have wedding details […]

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