The Shelton

Dallas High-Rise Buyer’s Guide: Continuing Down the Middle of the Mid-Market

By Jon Anderson / May 31, 2017 / 6 Comments

I feel a little like Star Wars … Chapter Six: The Attack of the 1980s.  Yes, there have been five other installments in this series (and two to go).  The first two detailed the condos that include utilities in their HOA dues and those buildings north of Northwest Highway (here, here). Then it was upward […]

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1980s: Dallas’ Second Wave of High-Rise Living; Part 2

By Jon Anderson / May 29, 2015 / 0 Comments

We’re continuing our roundup of 1980s high-rises so slink into your Bob Mackie and pop yourself a Bartles & Jaymes and read on.  Missed part one?  Catch up here. Park Plaza: 4500 Roland Ave. I will not be this 46-unit building’s target audience for decades, because at 76 percent, the Park Plaza has the highest rate […]

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BombSHELLs: The Shelton’s Secret Penthouses

By Jon Anderson / April 17, 2015 / 1 Comment

Wow! I stumbled into Carolina Rendon’s hip pocket and neither of us felt a thing – but I saw something wonderful that stirred my renovator’s heart. But I get ahead of myself… In 1983, The Shelton popped up in Preston Center located on Luther Lane just south of Northwest Highway and east of the Tollway. […]

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