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Adulting In Downtown McKinney is Easy With This Adorable Home

By Nikki Barringer / July 23, 2019 / 0 Comments

Half acre. Heavily treed. Walking distance to downtown McKinney. Recently made the Tuesday Two Hundred cut after a $5,000 price reduction. Why is there a streetlamp in the middle of the walkway which blends with the driveway? Nobody knows, but you know there’s one way to find out – tour the house and ask your […]

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Urban Townhome in Walkable Area of Fort Worth

By Seth Fowler / October 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

Remember when Fort Worth wasn’t a very walkable city?  It wasn’t that long ago — maybe a decade or so ago — when there were very few options for lock-and-leave dwellings, urban townhomes, or properties in an area of Cowtown that were walkable. Walkable?  What am I talking about here? You Dallas people know what I’m […]

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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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Thursday Three Hundred: This Urban Loft is in the Midst of Walkable State Thomas

By Joanna England / June 26, 2014 / 0 Comments

Walkable. Urban. Accessible. Mass Transit. Did I miss any buzzwords that might have tipped you off that today’s Thursday Three Hundred is right in the middle of a very shoe-leather-friendly area? When I think “walkable” and “Dallas,” I automatically think of the State Thomas area. It’s a fantastic neighborhood just south of Uptown that is […]

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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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