Walk Score

Walkable Neighborhood Is a Top Appeal of the Residences at Stoneleigh

By Candy Evans / July 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

Walkable communities are getting more attention from homebuyers who crave the lifestyle. In addition to convenience, these places offer unexpected benefits to our health, environment, finances, and communities.   Some 56 percent of millennials and 46 percent of boomers prefer walkable communities with a range of housing amidst local businesses and public services.  We’re certainly seeing this trend […]

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Walk to West Village, Cole Park From This Four-Story Townhome in Heart of Uptown

By Leah Shafer / August 27, 2015 / 3 Comments

Today’s Thursday Three Hundred sits in the heart of Uptown, within eyesight of Cole Park and walking distance to West Village just three blocks away. The Uptown townhome at 4110 McKinney Ave. No. 4 feels fresh and polished. It is listed by David Maez at Vivo Realty for $369,900, with voluntary HOA fees of only $200 per quarter. That seems like […]

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Gabriel Barbier-Mueller Brings European Sensibility, Vision to Dallas Development

By Leah Shafer / July 16, 2015 / 3 Comments

Many diners at Saint Ann Restaurant & Bar and passers by admire the Virgin de Guadalupe monument standing outside, a tile-and-brick structure that murmurs the history of the area. This Harwood Avenue location was Dallas’ first school for Hispanic children, the 1927 St. Ann’s school house. It was located in the heart of Little Mexico, in what is […]

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Top 5 Affordable Downtown Dallas Studio Rentals Sizzle in Super-Hot Market

By Leah Shafer / February 12, 2015 / 22 Comments

Ashley D. Stanley has positioned herself to be the go-to expert locator for downtown Dallas apartment rentals. She’s a real estate broker and owner of Ashley’s Apartments, an apartment locator service specializing in downtown and nearby areas. Stanley lives, works, and plays in downtown, and considers herself one of its biggest fans. “I live at […]

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Walkable Cities: Dallas Scores 30, While University Park Snags Most Walkable 'Hood Because Duh, There Are Sidewalks

By Candy Evans / August 20, 2013 / 4 Comments

I sigh not because I do not enjoy walking, but because all this “walkable” talk is so annoying in our climate right now. Oh, I know we have had a really mild summer — last week we would have sat outside in the evening had it not been for the mosquitoes and West Nile.. Really, […]

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