These Uptown open houses are too good to miss! From a top-floor condo to a glass gem to a historic Queen Anne, there is something for everyone with our top three picks. Make a day of it and hit all three this Sunday, and then tell us which one is your favorite. Cole Avenue CondoRead More
Highly-respected Dallas architect Phillip W. Shepherd Sr. died Thursday, July 11, 2019, a longtime family friend confirmed to CandysDirt. He was 77. Reared in Graham, Shepherd graduated with a degree in architecture from Texas Tech University in the 1960s. He began his firm, PWS Architects, in 1963. When you look at the current landscape of […]Read More
Streetlights Residential is trying to redevelop the corner of Oak Lawn and Lemmon Avenues where a Shell gas station and a Pizza Hut sits next to the original Eatzi’s. Their first go-around was a blah building that didn’t have a lot going for it. The second visit saw a much improved Oak Lawn Avenue frontage […]Read More
May’s home report is in for Dallas, and the median home price is up two percent year-over-year to $260,000, according to statistics from Texas Realtors. What can you get for the median home price in Dallas? We took a look.Read More
When looking at townhomes, one of the big pluses over a condo unit is outdoor space. However, those staircases in two- and three-story townhomes often mean sacrificing storage space. However, that’s not so with our Inwood Home of the Week, a Turtle Creek brownstone with tons of thoughtful built-ins and plenty of spots to stash […]Read More
Briggs Freeman Sotheby’s is moving to a sleek new address: 3131 Turtle Creek, a sleek, International Style office tower at the corner of Turtle Creek Boulevard and Cedar Springs Road. The brokerage is adding an entire floor to its operation, increasing office square footage to a whopping 22,000 square feet.
“The new office will be a phenomenal space, with bespoke, state of the art offices not only for agents but also our sales, marketing, executive, financial and tech departments,” says Robbie Briggs, CEO. “A scenery change provides the ideal opportunity to rethink various aspects of our environment, how we interact, how we network, how we collaborate.”Read More