This house is the only house on “A Long and Winding Road” in the Strawberry Fields subdivision. You take Penny Lane to get there.
Lake Highlands Property has joined, and we would like you to join too! Next Door has had it’s next major boost in the market, and it is a great way to get to know your neighbors, get updates from local public services, increase safety in your neighborhood, and find excellent recommendations for local services.
This article from HousingWire outlines some of the great new benefits coming to you from Next Door… Time to join the next wave!
This advocate’s post says it all:
Dallas currently ranks worse than Philadelphia, Houston, Phoenix, Los Angeles and Chicago, which means that A LOT of Dallas residents are barely scraping by with no hope for financial security or planning for the future.
PLH currently scrapes by with 12 recurring monthly donors.
Read the full post here:
If you’re a Texan, and chances are even if you aren’t… you can’t help but clap your hands when you hear:
“The Stars at Night, Are Big and Bright…”
Now NASA can show you it’s clearest ever view of deep in the heart of Texas!
See more of these amazing images in the original article:
Originally home to cotton gin factories and other warehouses, the Deep Elm neighborhood eventually became a hotbed for jazz and blues in the ’20s. The neighborhood’s current name was simply the way its residents used to pronounce “Deep Elm” back in the day.
Curious about the origin of your neighborhood’s name? See the full article below:
This truly is a lovely event and we highly recommend you consider taking the tour!
It’s one of Dallas’ most time-honored Springtime events. Come join us as we celebrate The 44th Annual Swiss Avenue Historic District Mother’s Day Home Tour. Happening this year, just as it does every year, on Mother’s Day weekend, Saturday, and Sunday, May 13th and 14th.
Buy Tickets and Learn More About the Swiss Avenue Historic District Below:
The Dallas Area Rapid Transit system has announced its latest expansion!
Multiple cities in the Dallas metroplex will be able to connect directly to DFW Airport, thanks to DART’s Cotton Belt line.
Set to open in 2022, the new rail line will run from east to west across the north Dallas DART green and red lines allowing travelers to bypass traveling into downtown to connect to the orange line.
Major cities the Cotton Belt will connect to include Plano, Richardson, Addison, Carrollton and North Lake. The line will also allow direct transportation from the TEX Rail in Fort Worth to North Dallas cities.
View the full article here: DART Cotton Belt will connect rail lines to DFW airport – Dallas City News.