Mockingbird Station

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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Gorgeous In Glencoe Park For $675K Or Less

By Amy Puchaty / September 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

The tight-knit Glencoe Park neighborhood offers well-priced homes surrounding its namesake park. And the area’s proximity to Mockingbird Lane and North Central Expressway doesn’t hurt either. The park itself offers basketball and tennis courts, plus softball, and fantastic trails, making it great for families who want easy access to outdoor fun. So this week put […]

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The Foundry at Mockingbird Station Apparently Locking Out All Tenants

By Candy Evans / September 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

We got a tip this morning that The Foundry at Mockingbird Station, a reportedly fabulous high end co-working space, has locked out all its tenants. Apparently everyone showed up for work today and couldn’t even get onto the floor. Sad news because co-working spaces are one of the fastest-growing segments of commercial real estate. Just […]

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Ken Hughes, Mockingbird Station Developer, Dies After Brief Illness

By Joanna England / November 29, 2014 / 1 Comment

We were saddened to hear that the developer of the transit-oriented development by which North Texas judges all other rail-adjacent construction, Mockingbird Station, has passed. Ken Hughes was the brains behind the mixed-use project that was anchored to the DART Rail station on Mockingbird Lane near US 75. It was a revolutionary concept when built […]

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Thursday Three Hundred: Cozy and Updated, Wilshire Heights Cutie is Move-in Ready

By Joanna England / July 10, 2014 / 3 Comments

Looking for an adorable home that’s close to a fantastic area, has access to mass transit, is updated inside, feels large but not too big, and feeds into award-winning schools? Then you’ll love this Austin stone cottage in Wilshire Heights. This is one of my favorite East Dallas nabes sheerly for the location: bordered by […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Traditional Style in a Growing Urban Locale

By Joanna England / June 17, 2014 / 4 Comments

Today we have a very cute Tuesday Two Hundred for you. We’re here in the Dallas Arts District today for the New Cities Summit, and we’ve got urban-oriented living on the brain. This home, which is inside the Montebello Park area of East Dallas is a wonderful family neighborhood that feeds into acclaimed Stonewall Jackson […]

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