Mansion On Turtle Creek

Live the Good Life in Built-to-Last Regents Park Home

By Shelby Skrhak / September 5, 2020 / 0 Comments

When conceptualized in 2003, the 7-unit Regents Park development was “it.” Buying here meant you’d arrived. And these luxury homes continue to represent a pinnacle of personal achievement, as properties surrounding the timeless Mansion on Turtle Creek continue to evolve and enhance the area. Plus, their swanky location and solid commercial (steel and concrete) construction […]

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Respected Dallas Architect, Phillip Shepherd, Dies at 77

By Candy's Dirt / July 12, 2019 / 6 Comments
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Highly-respected Dallas architect Phillip W. Shepherd Sr. died Thursday, July 11, 2019, a longtime family friend confirmed to CandysDirt. He was 77. Reared in Graham, Shepherd graduated with a degree in architecture from Texas Tech University in the 1960s. He began his firm, PWS Architects, in 1963. When you look at the current landscape of […]

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Oak Lawn Committee Reviews Melrose Hotel’s Brother by Another Mother

By Jon Anderson / April 4, 2018 / 4 Comments

Last night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting was a little more precise with their Robert’s Rules than prior meetings.  Given the past few tense months (here, here), I’m not surprised that precision is being used to combat disruption. However, while not disruptive, one member seemed hell-bent on chucking the evening’s projects through the chute by calling […]

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Dallas Celebrity Real Estate News: Jon Voight Slept Here

By Candy Evans / March 18, 2011 / 0 Comments

Or, here’s why we like it when movies are made in Dallas. First: what’s not to like about 1505 Elm in downtown Dallas? The .59 per square foot home association dues? That it was designed by George Dahl, built in 1957 as Dallas Federal Savings, once belonged to the Chamber of Commerce, was snapped up […]

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