This building is all about the location. Besides, don’t you want to sleep in the same building Jon Voight did? That’s what I thought! If you aren’t already sold, check out this gorgeous condo inside 1505 Elm St., a building beautiful enough to attract a star-studded sleepover!
Patrick has inspired me to re-run this post from December, 2010, when I had the pleasure of meeting Mama or the RealEstalker, in person in LA. This post brings us back to the past, 2007 or 2008, when few knew or understood real estate blogging in Dallas. Few, of course, except for Jeff Duffey!
Is Airbnb About to Get Banned From The Park Cities? UP Zoning Committee Discuss Limiting Short Term Rentals
The University Park City Council is considering limiting short-term rentals in single-family neighborhoods, says the one and only Dan Koller of Park Cities People. Interesting topic to see at the end of a City Council agenda, and one that might address the growing trend of unregulated room rentals from websites such as Airbnb.
LocalDwelling.com Lease of the Week: Tons More Mid-Century Style With This Condo Inside Howard R. Meyer-Designed Building
When it was built in 1957, 3525 Turtle Creek was the tallest and most luxurious condo building in Dallas. Today it’s just as historic, having entertained celebrities, dignitaries, and politicians alike.
Utility Concierge: You Make the Selections, They Make the Connections Now Easy as Watching a Cartoon!
You know Utility Concierge, right? It’s my favorite company when it comes to moving. It like DOES EVERYTHING FOR YOU!
When I first met Gabe Abshire, UC’s CEO, I told him he’d be the next Bill Gates. Why? Because he has figured out a way to give consumers the power of choice, for ABsolutely free! And Realtors can totally use this to their advantage now with UC’s cool new tools.
LocalDwelling.com Lease of the Week: Modern Townhome Near Banks of the Trinity Has Downtown Views and Urban Vibe
When most people think of haute, urban townhomes in Dallas, they gravitate to Uptown. But what if you want to live south of downtown Dallas while still enjoying all of the amenities and low-maintenance lifestyle that townhomes offer?
LocalDwelling.com Lease of the Week: West End Historic Loft Will Give You a Great View of JFK 50 Events
There’s a lot of hububb going on around the West End aas Dallas prepares to acknowledge the darker side of our city’s history: the 50th anniversary of President John F. Kennedy’s assassination.
I have always loved this building, once touted as the tallest, largest, and most luxurious highrise west of the Mississippi River when it was built in 1957. Designed by the famed modernist Howard R. Meyer, 3525 Turtle Creek is a building with serious history.
Real Estate agent Scott Deakins’ Golden Retriever Heath looking at Museum Tower
“It’s a damn, fine building!”
Yes, MetroTex Forecast 2014 was Friday, and I don’t think one contract was written across town as half the North Texas real estate community was at the Renaissance Hotel listening to Dr. Jim Gaines, Phil Crone, Tom Woliver, Dave Copenhaver, Bob Stimson, Jan True, and Jerry Bolz. Steve Brown was also there, and gave his gander as wrap-up of what he thought might be coming down the Dallas real estate turnpike. After he spoke –I’ll get to that in a minute — he was asked a series of questions by the audience, mostly real estate professionals. Well someone asked him a question that really made him squirm: “what do you think is going to happen to Museum Tower?”
According to Steve Brown, folks in the Cedars can expect more loft housing thanks to a recent purchase from SkyWalker Property Partners out of Arlington. The firm, which buys up distressed industrial, retail, and historic properties in Texas, just bought the 110-year-old Hughes Brothers Candy Factory building on South Ervay Street.