Trinity River

Miller vs. Gates: District 13’s Not-So-Great Jesuit Debate

By Jon Anderson / April 23, 2019 / 18 Comments

At last night’s debate between District 13 Dallas City Council member Jennifer Gates and former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller, I fully expected the political point-scoring and backbiting that is politics. What I didn’t expect was the paucity of actual answers to questions. Part of that rests on moderator Tim Rogers for not calling out either […]

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Narre Lane Mansion Wows With Custom Finishes, Bespoke Design

By Bethany Erickson / April 1, 2019 / 0 Comments
Narre

It’s not every day that a mansion on Narre Lane comes on the market at all — usually homes in the extremely exclusive Dallas if-you-have-to-ask-you-can’t-afford-it enclave of Savage Gardens are kept within the families that long ago claimed that tiny haven inside Dallas to themselves, or are quietly shopped among peers who tire of the social […]

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1941 Fort Worth Cutie in Scenic Bluff Neighborhood Shines

By Bethany Erickson / March 30, 2019 / 0 Comments
scenic bluff

The neighborhood of Scenic Bluff has been described as a great neighborhood for new buyers looking for proximity to downtown and the Stockyards, but also want greenspace, yards, and a bit more privacy than the average apartment provides. Which is why this adorable cottage at 2521 Dalford Street is a perfect example of what you […]

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River Heights Home Brings The Trinity Trails To Your Front Porch

By Seth Fowler / February 5, 2019 / 0 Comments

The Trinity Trails — concrete and crushed granite paths that follow the Trinity River — are yet one more tremendous benefit to Fort Worth living. If you have ever been to Austin and seen the vibrant gatherings of walkers, joggers, or cyclists along Town Lake, you will have a glimpse of what the Trinity Trails strive […]

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Rivercrest Bluffs: An Alternative to the ‘Burbs

By Seth Fowler / April 11, 2017 / 0 Comments

Not everyone wants to live in the suburbs.  While the lure of larger homes and yards, newer schools and lower (somewhat) prices are attractive to many, plenty of homeowners still want to the convenience and lifestyle that in-town living brings. Rivercrest Bluffs, the newest development of James R. Harris Partners in Fort Worth, is the […]

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In This River: A Love Letter to the Wild Trinity

By Amanda Popken / March 6, 2017 / 0 Comments

This Wednesday you’re invited to join a discussion about the Trinity. A river that has defined our city for over a century. Yet its place in our lives still remains little more than afterthought. Millions of taxpayer dollars funded a very extensive plan: To build, beautify, and manage this park — has anyone actually read […]

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