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Discover North Texas: 4 Reasons to Head to Collin County This Weekend (Hint: Crayola!)

By Shelby Skrhak / March 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

A thousand years ago, I was the founding editor of a weekly newspaper called Plano Insider, which covered features, society events, youth sports and an “around town” calendar of events. Of course, the best part was the “What We’re Drinking” column I wrote weekly, in which I visited Plano bars and restaurants sampling their signature or […]

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Relocating to North Texas? This Frisco Family Home is an Easy Choice

By Joanna England / July 25, 2017 / 0 Comments

When you’re relocating for a job, the search for a home can be rife with uncertainty.  Are the schools good? Is there a grocery store nearby? Are there other school-aged children in the neighborhood? Is it safe? Well, if you’re not one for shopping or guesswork, this Frisco home is an easy buy. Built in […]

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Uncompromisingly Beautiful Home by Tatum Brown is a “Highland Park Modern Mediterranean”

By Karen Eubank / September 26, 2016 / 1 Comment

If you’ve ever thought you needed to compromise when purchasing a home, you’ve never seen one designed by Stocker Hoesterey and Montenegro (SHM) and built by Tatum Brown Custom Homes. Our Monday Morning Millionaire, at 3652 Stratford Avenue, is a “Highland Park modern Mediterranean” that has been designed without compromise… on any front. Which makes […]

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Bella Custom Homes Offers Rare Frisco Lots

By Candy Evans / June 15, 2016 / 0 Comments

Frisco real estate is some of the hottest in the nation, with the big influx of new residents who are looking to live close to their work along the $5-billion mile and nearby. But this huge influx of new residents to the Frisco area means it’s harder to find available lots for true custom homes. […]

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Hot Damn: 75% of Toyota’s California Owning Employees Plan to Relocate to North Texas

By Candy Evans / January 11, 2016 / 5 Comments

The responses were mostly based on employee comments, but Lentz said he was encouraged by the high number. “We had a planning number of around 60 percent, so if this holds up, it could mean we would have 3,000 people moving here and another 1,000 new jobs to be filled,” Lentz said from the North […]

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Plano Arts District Coming to Downtown

By Leah Shafer / July 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

Downtown Plano has gone from sleepy suburb center to bustling business and cultural area over the past decade. Now the city is looking to create an official arts district in its historic 80-acre downtown. The downtown area has already seen over 50,000 square feet of private development, including more than 1,100 urban apartments built or approved, […]

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