Robert Wilonsky

Greed is Greige: Angry Neighbor Puts it in Writing on Northwest Dallas New Build

By Joanna England / September 4, 2018 / 2 Comments

At least one person is less than thrilled about new builds going up in Northwest Dallas‘ Forest Knoll Estates neighborhood, north of Royal Lane near Midway Road. The first clue is the giant word “GREED” scrawled in spray paint on the Snow White-facing side of this Hockaday Drive spec build from ICF Custom Homes. The […]

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Dallas Mourns Loss of Neil Emmons

By Bethany Erickson / March 31, 2016 / 1 Comment

  The political and real estate worlds of Dallas were rocked today with the news that tireless advocate of neighborhoods and preservation of Dallas’ architectural history Neil Emmons apparently passed away in his sleep overnight. He was 45. Robert Wilonksy reported in the Dallas Morning News that Emmons, who has been serving as a City […]

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Navigating City Hall: How Do We Build a Vibrant Downtown Dallas?

By Bethany Erickson / August 27, 2015 / 5 Comments

A week ago, I had the opportunity to attend the 17th annual Neighborhood Boot Camp, which is offered by the Dallas Homeowners League. It was my first time to attend, but I have to say – it’s a must for anyone who has had trouble getting help from City Hall in the past – or […]

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Monogram Modern Home to Create Pop-Up Home in Design District, Offering Free CEUs

By Leah Shafer / August 7, 2015 / 0 Comments

If modern design makes you merry, then the Monogram Modern Home Dallas event is a must-attend Aug. 21-22. Popping up for one weekend in the Decorative Center Dallas at 1617 Hi Line Dr., the Monogram Modern Home is a pop-up, pre-fab modern home, host to a series of events, including culinary tastings, product demonstrations, and Continuing Education […]

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Kathy Nealy's Terrace Condo to be Sold at Next Foreclosure Auction, She Being "Victim of an Investigation"

By Candy Evans / July 24, 2013 / 16 Comments

Let me be clear from the very start: this is unit 616 at The Terrace at Victory Park.  Kathy Nealy’s unit was 216 on the second floor, but exact same square footage  (1196) and save for being higher and maybe a different color marble in the kitchen or master, pretty similar. Robert Wilonsky at the […]

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Remember Midtown? Dallas City Planners Present Mixed-Use Plan For Valley View/Galleria Area

By Joanna England / March 21, 2013 / 2 Comments

Every time I drive by the practically abandoned Valley View Mall, I let out a little sigh. It’s just so ugly! The only thing that attracts a crowd over there is the random carnival. It’s tragic, especially for such a visible area. But Scott Beck, who purchased Valley View last year, has sworn to revive […]

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