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The Deep Ellum neighborhood near Downtown Dallas is best described as an artsy community, full of eclectic boutique shops, lively entertainment venues, and a trendy nightlife scene. A wide range of new restaurants and cafes have also started filling out the Deep Ellum landscape, providing anyone looking for a new Deep Ellum home, condo, or loft with plenty to see and do all throughout the neighborhood. 

But even despite all the new and recent additions to one of Dallas’ hottest up-and-coming communities, the Deep Ellum Association is continuing to look for new ways to make the neighborhood even stronger, which is exactly what the new Commerce Street Project aims to do.  

In a nutshell, the motivation behind revamping a primary stretch of

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Greenwood Flats Dallas

The M Streets neighborhood in Dallas is widely thought of as being one of the more charming neighborhoods in town. Located north of downtown and just off Highway 75, there’s hardly a more convenient spot to live in Dallas if you happen to be someone who prefers to be settled just a bit further outside of downtown’s core. And now, with the announcement of a new 36-unit community that’s being planned for M Streets, there’s going to be even more opportunities to call this wonderful part of the city home as well. 

Being developed by Stillwater Capital, the project will consist of both one-level flats and two-story townhouses—two product types that are sorely lacking in Dallas’ red hot real estate market right now. 

As of now, the project is being

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Kress Lofts When it comes to unique and desirable living spaces around downtown Fort Worth, it’s hard to beat what the Kress Lofts have to offer anybody looking for a new place to live, both from a style and location standpoint. Perfectly situated at 604 Main Street right in the heart of the city, the Kress Lofts building has it all. Common interior finishes include high 13-foot ceilings, stained concrete floors, concrete ceilings, open concept floor plans, and nicely appointed kitchen and bathroom finishes that really bring each individual unit to a whole new level in terms of style. 

As for walkability, countless shops, restaurants, and entertainment venues are scattered all around the Kress Lofts building, putting residents right in the middle of all the

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2017 Deep Ellum Events

If you’re a frequent follower of our DFW real estate blog, you’ve probably noticed we love talking about all that’s happening around Deep Ellum, which truly is one of the hottest neighborhoods in all of Dallas right now. And with the calendar now turned over to a brand new year, we thought now might be a great time to highlight some of Deep Ellum’s many upcoming events. So whether you live in Deep Ellum or just love spending time around the neighborhood, here are a few event we’re excited for in the coming weeks and months. 

Deep Ellum Arts Festival: April 7-9

Now on its 23rd year, the Deep Ellum Arts Festival is one of our favorite annual events in all of DFW. As usual, the Deep Ellum Community Association is working to build out the Deep Ellum

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If you can’t figure out why the DFW housing market continues to remain so strong, consider the fact that industrial leasing all over our region set a new record in 2016. And in a nutshell, more industrial leasing means more jobs; and more jobs equal a much stronger demand for homes, condos, and apartments. 

According to a report released by commercial property firm CBRE, over 25 million square feet of net warehouse and industrial property was leased around DFW in 2016, which as mentioned is a record high. And as first reported by the Dallas Morning News, that’s 2.6 million more square feet than the previous record, which was recorded all the way back in 1999. 

Southern Dallas County saw the largest growth in warehouse and industrial leasing,

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It’s been one of the most active years on record for the DFW apartment market and the end of the year showed no signs of a slowdown according to recently released data from MPF Research. According to the numbers, North Texas saw 10,485 units leased over the fourth quarter of 2016, which is the highest demand every recored over the fourth quarter of any given year. 

The end-of-the-year spike helped elevate the net leasing total for all of 2016 to just over 27,120 units, which is a major jump compared to 2015’s total of just 17,000 units leased. As noted by MPF, DFW now claims the country’s top spot for apartment demand, which can largely be attributed to the region’s incredible job growth and employment opportunities that have continued to help feed

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Uptown’s current development appears to be transitioning into the new year quite nicely as reports have surfaced about another 18-story residential being officially approved for what’s arguably the hottest neighborhood in Dallas. 

Being developed by Mockingbird Venture Partners LLC and M&M Venture LLC, the new tower will be takeover the site of Idle Rich Pub over at McKinney and Boll Street and feature 118 apartment residences once finished.  

Along with all the upscale rental spaces, the project is also reported to include a restaurant on the ground level and a fitness center on the second floor, as well as underground parking for both the retail space and for residents living inside the building. 

While impressive on many different levels,

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