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The Garden District at Southlake Town Square

Although many new construction developments and housing communities try to aim for providing eventual residents with that charming residential feel that almost feels like something out of a fairytale, reaching that almost story-book-like status really isn’t a realistic expectation in many instances. But if you’ve been paying attention to the progress being made over at The Garden District at Southlake Town Square, you’ll probably agree that developers are truly in the process of building something special that won't go overlooked by many in the maket for a new home.

Almost offering the ideal, small-town look and feel, The Garden District at Southlake Town Square is a quaint residential community that features timeless architecture, intimate tree-lined

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Best DFW Cities To Look For a New Home

With development booming and job opportunities soaring, the Dallas real estate market has been red hot in 2015. But as the good economic times continue to roll, not everybody craves the bright lights of a big city, which is where many of the small towns surrounding DFW come into play for many of today’s active home buyers.

To some, the Dallas suburbs are about as attractive as it gets when looking for a new place to live, and when you start looking around at what each has to offer, it’s easy to see why. Great school systems, lots of community amenities, and rising home values are just some of the top reasons why many opt for small town living, but if you’re in the market for a new home, where are some of the best places to begin your search?

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New Dallas Parks

When it comes to the downtown Dallas real estate market, many eventual home, condo, and loft buyers usually take into consideration all of the nearby community amenities when looking for a new place to live almost as much as the actual living space, making it essential for the city to continue to evolve with all of the growing needs and wants that many of today’s local urban dwellers have when choosing where to call home.

Much of the attraction involved with living in downtown Dallas relates to the ease of public transportation and the close proximity to a wide range of shopping, dining, and entertainment options, but along with that, there’s also a growing need for lots of outdoor amenities and open green spaces as well, which is something city

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Uptown Dallas Apartments

In most cases, it’s hard not to welcome progress and new development to the Dallas area, but every now and then, change can be hard to swallow. And for regulars who frequently visit the well-known Cafe Express over in Uptown, that’s a lesson they’re learning the hard way.

Yesterday, news broke about the landmark restaurant located on McKinney Avenue now planning to shut its doors to make way for a new 20-story apartment tower that’s expected to also have retail space as well.  

Being called the M-Line Tower, the project is being developed by High Street Residential—a subsidiary of Trammell Crow Company, which was originally founded in Dallas back in 1948. Although complete details are still not yet available, the project is said to include 271 apartments

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Alta Strand Apartments Dallas

Over the past 12 months or so, both interest and development in Dallas’ Design District has dramatically picked up and according to reports that just came out today, construction has officially started on yet another large scale project—this time a new 400-unit apartment community.

Being developed by Los Angeles-based Wood Partners, the new project is being called Alta Strand and in addition to the chic and modern living spaces, the community will also boast two clubhouses, five courtyard areas with two pools, a large two-level fitness center with a yoga room, and a full conference room for the work-at-home professional.

Inside, apartments at Alta Strand will include stainless steel appliances, tile backsplashes, quartz counters, and fabulous 42 inch

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DFW Real Estate Market in 2016

In some ways, it’s hard to believe there’s only about two months left of this year, but as we approach November and the upcoming holiday season, that’s exactly what we’re facing. Looking back, 2015 has been a robust year for the DFW real estate market to say the least, and after such a wild year for basically all phases of the market, many of us are already wondering what 2016 will bring.

Although the real estate market and future market conditions are tough to predict, here’s a look at three things that could every easily happen as we enter another new year:

Slower Job Growth

At first glance, this may seem like bad news, but given DFW saw some of the highest job growth in the entire country in 2015, sustaining those kinds of numbers isn’t likely.

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Fall has arrived and it’s the perfect time of year to makeover your shoe closet. It’s time to put away the strappy heels, the flip flops and open-toe pumps in favor of boots and cold-weather classics. Not only will the weather start cooling off but it’s the perfect time of year to update your style before the holidays and after Labor Day. Here is a look at the best DFW shoe stores for women that you’ll want to stock up your closet this fall.

Nicole Kwon Concept Store – 3699 McKinney Ave, Suite 312, Dallas

Start your shopping at Nicole Kwon Concept Store in Dallas. They have the latest trends and the boutique vibe you are craving. Enjoy designer footwear, handbags, and jewelry with personalized service in a beautiful store. You’ll find items

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As we approach the end of 2015, we’ve reached the early beginnings of Chisholm Trail Ranch—a sprawling master-planned community that will eventually bring nearly 1,100 new single-family homes to a 261 acre development site just outside of downtown Fort Worth.

As reported last week, Scottsdale, Arizona-based developer The Walton Group of Cos. has officially started construction for the highly-anticipated Chisholm Trail Ranch community, which couldn’t come at a more red hot time for the DFW real estate market.

Along with a fabulous collection of new homes, Chisholm Trail Ranch will also include an on-site elementary school and of course easy access to the new Chisholm Trail and all the parks and public spaces along this awesome new outdoor amenity.

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Have you always wanted to take guitar lessons? DFW has some great places to take lessons for kids and adults. The Metroplex is the place to go with tons of options to learn the instrument you’ve always dreamt of mastering. For personalized lessons with experienced teachers, these top shops are the places to go if you’re ready to take the plunge in DFW.

Park Cities School of Music – 7979 Inwood Road, Suite 113, Dallas

Head over to Park Cities School of Music in Dallas if you’re looking for lessons in acoustic, electric and bass guitar. It’s a great option because you can take lessons in their studio, at your own home and even online if you prefer! Choose from lessons as short as 30 minutes and as long as 60 minutes.

If you like the idea of

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Downsizing in Dallas

With the DFW real estate market so hot, and inventory so low, some local residents may be weighing the pros and cons of selling right now, even if they wouldn’t normally consider it under ordinary conditions. Furthermore, for anyone thinking about downsizing, or perhaps will be at that point in a few years down the road, there may be no better time to sell than now, so why not make the move during such a wild sellers’ market?

Of course making a move of any sorts is a major decision and such a decision shouldn’t be taken lightly. However, if you think now may be the time to make some changes, here’s a look at a number of DFW neighborhoods that are great for downsizing:

Churchill Downs

If you’re looking for an upscale townhome without wanting to pay

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