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29-Sep-2016

IS THIS UNDEFINED POCKET OF SOUTH DALLAS SOON TO BE THE NEW 'IT' NEIGHBORHOOD? Imagine the south side of I-30 and the west side of I-45, just northeast of Cesar Chavez. It's not Deep Ellum or the Cedars. It's not Oak Cliff or Fair Park. It's no-man's land. But not for much longer. A new .. read more ›

NEW 1808 GOOD LATIMER LIVE-WORK COMMUNITY IN DALLAS WILL SEEK LEED CERTIFICATION Steven Kinder understands that sitting in an office cubicle from 9 to 5 isn’t conducive for all types of work. Founder of 1808 at 1808 Good Latimer, CEO of LOFTwall, Steve Kinder (Photo: Courtesy of 18.. read more ›

It's curious how times change. During the ‘80s, I heard about how the city of Plano was a rapidly growing example of Dallas sprawl. It was looked upon as a scourge of urban revitalization. But by the millennium, Plano had evolved to become simply the northern edge of a growing greater.. read more ›

A recently constructed contemporary-style Dallas home is going for LEED Platinum certification. The 3,500-square-foot home was designed by Gary Gene Olp, founder and principal of GGO Architects in Dallas. It features three bedrooms and 3.5 bathrooms and the new home cuts utility bills in .. read more ›