Month: May 2018

Where and when to attend Memorial Day events in Dallas

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Terrell Owens may see Dallas Cowboys coach Jason Garrett get fired

Terrell Owens may get his wish, as Dallas Cowboys head coach Jason Garrett’s job depends on the performance of the man under center, Dak Prescott. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Prescott recently stated that he wants to be the best quarterback in Cowboys’ history. I’ve said this a thousand times – “4 isn’t half of 8 …

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Sunday Notebook: Dallas firm buys five Arlington apartment complexes

Hide caption A property investment firm is joining an effort with Jacksonville University and others to revitalize the area surrounding the college. S2 Capital LLC announced that it has acquired five apartment complexes near the university and plans to invest $15 million into the residential buildings in an effort to renovate the structures. The company …

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Dallas Closer to Allowing Garage Apartments, ‘Granny Flats’

True Happy Days heads will recall that Arthur Fonzerelli lived in an apartment above the Cunninghams’ garage. In other words, accessory dwelling units are cool like The Fonz. Dallas just took a step toward allowing accessory dwelling units, the kinds of garage apartments or “granny flats” that can help neighborhoods become more dense and walkable …

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These Are the Neighborhoods Dallas’ Housing Policy Will Target for Reinvestment

Next week the City Council will vote on whether to adopt Dallas’ first ever comprehensive housing policy, a long time coming and needed more than ever as all the things a good policy could help fix—income inequality, racial and economic segregation, ugly new luxury apartment buildings forcing out low-income residents—continue to get worse. There’s a …

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