Sue Krider

Epic Photography Brings Buyers Into Claridge Unit’s Inner World

By Jon Anderson / March 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

[Editor’s note: Jon Anderson is a columnist for His opinions are his own.] It’s been a while since I’ve visited the Claridge straddling Turtle Creek at Lemmon Avenue. In 2016, hosted a four-unit simultaneous open house that reintroduced us all to homes in the same building with different stories to tell. I called those […]

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Showdown At The OLC Corral: Brewing Fractures Within Community Group Finally Shatter

By Jon Anderson / September 12, 2018 / 4 Comments

There are two columns today on the Oak Lawn Committee’s (OLC) latest meeting because there were really two agendas. First, was the business of reviewing the Crescent’s proposed redo of 2401 Cedar Springs and then the internal battle to wrest control of the committee towards a more developer-heavy make-up. It began with a few bylaw […]

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Be-snore And After: Plaza I Builder’s Beige to Rich Renovation

By Jon Anderson / June 14, 2018 / 1 Comment

New blood. That’s how neighborhoods change and progress. Child-friendly neighborhoods mature, children grow and leave, parents downsize, younger families move in – all very Lion King. High-rises have the same issues, but while interior renovations are under an owner’s control, the common areas are subject to the cheapness or largess of the community. I’ve said […]

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High-Rise Living: Finding a Starter Condo on the Katy Trail

By Jon Anderson / April 25, 2017 / 11 Comments

When buyers select a single-family home, one of their criteria is of course, price, but there are other measurements of a successful home.  Yes, to an extent, location is dictated by costs, but the personality of a neighborhood isn’t. There are blocks that regularly socialize and those where anonymity is expected.  A lot of single-family […]

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Friday Five Hundred: Life is Sweet on Turtle Creek, And This Renovated Claridge Condo Has Views That Inspire

By Joanna England / February 22, 2013 / 0 Comments

We tend to obsess over condos here from time to time, searching through listings and Pinterest. (By the way, did you know you can pin photos from just by hovering over them and clicking the “Pin It” button? Well, you can.) Sometimes we find one that is so money and it doesn’t even know […]

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Tuesday Two Hundred: Get The Penthouse Lifestyle Without The High Price Tag

By Joanna England / October 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

No, not that Penthouse! Get your mind out of the gutter! 😉 Seriously, though, this one-bedroom, one-bath penthouse at the Renaissance feels huge with a tiny price tag. Unit No. 1615PH, marketed by Sue Krider of Allie Beth Allman & Associates, is a dream! There are tons of updates, including a great eat-in kitchen where […]

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