Trammel Crow

This Old East Dallas Prairie Foursquare Is a Chef’s Dream

By Karen Eubank / October 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

Preservation is not just about saving a wonderful old home like this beautiful Prairie Foursquare. It’s also about preserving the stories of those that have called these houses home. That story may be about who built it or who owned it in the 1900s. Each of those stories lends a rich layer to a home’s […]

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We Do Not Need Another Sam’s Club in Uptown East

By Candy Evans / May 21, 2014 / 8 Comments

While I was in West Virginia, I read Steve Brown’s report that a Sam’s was coming to Uptown East at Cityplace, courtesy of Trammell Crow. I thought maybe I had altitude sickness or something. Total head scratcher. Here I have been interviewing builders and developers on how Uptown development is splashing over east of central, […]

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Inwood Mortgage Home of the Week: We Are Getting Even Wilder About Wildwood

By Candy Evans / August 7, 2013 / 10 Comments

I think Joanna wrote this house up back in the spring perhaps, but I needed my modern fix today. What do I do when I simply must have modern? I toodle over to Miss Claire Dewar at Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s and see what’s happening. This goddess at 4610 Wildwood was built by former Trammel Crow exec […]

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An Art Dwelling: How Paul Adelson Sells a 24/7 Relationship With Art Affordably

By Candy Evans / May 15, 2013 / 2 Comments

To say Paul Adelson lives art is an understatement. The sixty-something collector of 20th century modern art feels strongly that art should complement, not match the architecture. He should know: Paul has been a consultant on public art collections for more than 25 years, with such clients tucked under his belt as Chase Bank, Coca-Cola, […]

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Former Trammel Crow Exec J. McDonald Williams is Selling His $9.75M Bluffview Contemporary — OMG House P!

By Joanna England / April 11, 2013 / 18 Comments

You can tell when someone hasn’t spent much time in Dallas when they refer to our summers. They use words like “scorching,” “oppressive,” or some other generic term. In Curbed‘s case, they say that “a long lap pool also features plenty of seating for guests beleaguered by the hot Dallas summer,” in their write up […]

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Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society Adds Three Crow Family Homes to Landmark List

By Joanna England / May 30, 2012 / 2 Comments

The Crow Family has deep roots in Dallas and the Park Cities, so I’m not necessarily surprised that three of the family’s Park Cities abodes were dedicated as landmarks by the Park Cities Historic and Preservation Society this month.

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