It’s not as easy as doing work in a subdivision built in a suburban prairie, but it’s not supposed to be. The idea, after all, is to preserve the integrity of the neighborhood.
In the classic poem Song of Myself, Walt Whitman laments the selfish and pitiable condition of humans and extols the virtues of animals, creatures…
In the last three years, the number of millionaires living in Dallas has increased by more than 35 percent to 95,000 people with a net worth of $1 million or more, according to one research group.
According to the reports, Centex, one of the country’s largest homebuilders, saw this as a very desirable market niche and decided a deal with CityHomes was a good way to pursue it.
Thanks to a strong economy and the nationwide “back to the city” movement, more and more people who might not have considered it before are looking at East Dallas neighborhoods as places to settle.
When Woods learned that her husband was being transferred to Dallas from Alexandria, Va., she flew in to explore some of our older neighborhoods, starting with the Park Cities.
If you think the city of Dallas is big in the physical world, just wait until you see its online presence.
A comparison of the old plan and the new plan (assuming a 20% homestead exemption) in a hypothetical situation is shown.
I risk the ire of many neighborhood people when I tell you that I like Avi Adelman. I don’t always agree with his methods, his targets or even his goals, but he’s out there trying to make a difference.
An occupational hazard of having a column of your very own – and with a fairly long leash – is the temptation, just once in a while, to write about something a little self–indulgent.
Walker is a Casa Linda native, Bryan Adams High School graduate, and current East Dallas resident who has some exciting ideas about the future of Vickery Towers.
They’ve turned disaster areas into artsy condos and slums into exclusive lofts.