Spend a few minutes nearby or on Columbia Avenue, and you’ll get a glimpse of the demographic trend that will transform Texas in many ways in the next couple of decades.
Buying a neighborhood restaurant with a 12-year history can be complicated. To last that many years, in Dallas restaurant history, is a long time.
Of all the questions I’ve been asked over the years, one in particular stands out as the most difficult to answer: “What color is your living room?”
Meet two neighborhood families who had the skills necessary to track down their ideal homes where some of us wouldn’t think to look.
Talk to real estate professional, and all agree that curb appeal – what your house looks like from the street – plays a key role in selling a home quickly and for a good price.
“It’s a room people spend more time in than almost any other room of their house, so why not make it as nice as the other parts of the house?”
“When people get a chance to add electronics now, I always tell them to leave a conduit in the wall. You never know what you’re going to be putting wires in for next.”
Parents are watchers. It’s our job. It was our parents’ job before us. It will be our children’s job after us.
As wonderful as it can be to spend time alone in the garden, sometimes it’s nice to have some other, well… things… around.
Alan Clarke wasn’t quite sure how to find someone who was both reputable and professional. Wouldn’t that take almost as much time as doing the work himself?
The couple says they “discovered their creativity and caught that old house bug” when they bought their first small bungalow in Lakewood Heights after they were married.
Lorie is the owner of Architectura, a firm responsible for the cutting-edge look of hot spots such as Cool River restaurant in Las Colinas.