Paging All Docs, Your New Home (Or Rental) on Cherrywood Ave. Is Ready

By Nikki Barringer / December 3, 2019 / 0 Comments

Over on Cherrywood Ave., there’s a three-bedroom, two-bathroom traditional that just hit the market. It’s near UT Southwestern and Parkland so it’s perfect if you’re a med student, nurse, doctor, resident, orderly, or just accident-prone. It’s recently remodeled and it’s “perfect for owner-occupants and renters alike.” Are you listening, future real estate moguls? This could […]

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Corgan Sees Explosive Growth and Success, Fueled in Part by Fab Millennial Employees

By Leah Shafer / June 1, 2016 / 0 Comments

Corgan is one of the most established and well respected architecture firms in North Texas, and the last five years have brought huge changes. The firm has been part of major projects, like the Parkland replacement project and State Farm, has seen big employee growth, and the opening of new offices around the U.S. The company was started in 1938 […]

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Looking Back at Dallas: How Redlining Shaped the City

By Bethany Erickson / July 22, 2015 / 2 Comments

If the lending practices of the 1940s were still in place, would you have been able to get the mortgage you currently have? In some neighborhoods in Dallas, you’d be fairly confident in saying yes. But in others, the answer might surprise you. A week ago, I was able to attend a workshop hosted by […]

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