Space is always a restriction in small apartments but it is still possible to organize small spaces just like any normal space. When apartments for rent in north dallas have space limitations, it is necessary for them to have rooms that serve several functions at a time. Continue reading “Ideas for Organizing Small Apartments”
George Earnest Rollins (Dallas Police Department)
George Earnest Rollins, 58, was last seen around 10 p.m. Sunday driving in the 2300 block of Stemmons Trail, near West Northwest Highway.
Rollins is described as a white man who is 6 feet tall and 160 pounds, with black hair and blue eyes.
He was driving a red, four-door 2007 Ford 500 with Texas license plate FKB-2760.
Police say Rollins may be a danger to himself or others.
Anyone with information about Rollins’ whereabouts is asked to call 911 or Dallas police at 214-671-4268.
DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / March 15, 2018 / North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: USMJ) and Puration, Inc. (OTC PINK: PURA) are continuing to forge ahead with establishing operations in Canada and California to position both companies to benefit from the respective legalization of recreational marijuana. USMJ recently announced a letter of intent to acquire a company in California that would advance USMJ’s strategy to enter the recreational marijuana grow and dispensary markets in California. PURA has recently announced developments in California to establish an extraction operation and produce cannabis extract infused beverages for the legal California recreational marijuana market. Together, USMJ and PURA have been developing an opportunity to acquire a grow operation in Canada in advance of the pending nationwide legalization of recreational marijuana expected this coming July. Continue reading “North American Cannabis Holdings and Puration Signal Full Steam Ahead in Canada and California Recreational Marijuana Markets”
It’s only been a few months since the re-established team behind Cresa Dallas moved into its new North Texas regional hub at the recently-renovated Pinnacle Tower near LBJ Freeway and the Dallas North Tollway, but, in that time, managing principal Scott Bumpas has more than doubled the size of his staff.
The tenant rep-only brokerage firm has taken its Dallas employee base from four executives to a team of nine brokers and employees focused on turning North Texas into a major market for Cresa. Continue reading “Cresa Dallas doubles its operations with move into new Dallas-Fort Worth office in North Dallas – Dallas Business Journal”
Mesquite has been experiencing “unprecedented new home construction” unlike the city has seen since the 1980s, officials say.
And on Monday, North Texas-based Bloomfield Homes announced it will add to the pipeline with plans to develop 750 new homes in the Ridge Ranch master-planned community near East Cartwright Road and Lawson Road.
City manager Cliff Keheley said the builder decided to continue its success in Mesquite on the heels of selling hundreds of new homes in another master-planned community in the city. Continue reading “North Texas-based Bloomfield Homes plans to develop 750 new affordable homes in Mesquite – Dallas Business Journal”
Dallas oilman Trevor Rees Jones has sold his almost 2-acre University Park Mississippi GOP governor won’t appoint himself to US Senate | News …estate.
The 12,458-square-foot mansion on Turtle Creek was built in 1996. The English Tudor Revival house has five bedrooms, six and a half baths and eight fireplaces. It was built of limestone imported from England and assembled by English craftsmen.
The Volk Estates property was listed for sale for $15.9 million. Kathy Myers and Lacy Schultz of Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate sold the house for an undisclosed price. Continue reading “Dallas oilman Trevor Rees Jones sells $15.9 million University Park manse”
Incomes vary for any number of reasons—education, skills and talent, type of job, productivity, work effort, wealth, industries’ ups and downs, bad or good luck. The simple truth about the labor market goes a long way toward explaining the wide and persistent income gaps among Dallas-Fort Worth cities.
In 2015, median family incomes ranged from a high of $211,847 in University Park to a low of $28,427 in Wilmer, a small suburb to Dallas’ southeast. With median family income of $46,902, Dallas ranks fourth from the bottom, behind Wilmer, Hutchins, and Seagoville. Continue reading “Dallas Lags Behind in Median Family Incomes”
DALLAS, Texas (CBS 11 News) – The housing boom continues in North Texas, and it doesn’t seem to be slowing down anytime soon.
According to new numbers released by the U.S. Census Bureau the Dallas Fort-Worth metro area has seen the third largest population increase in the country behind Houston and New York. The area added more than 108,000 people between July 2012-July 2013. Since 2010, the whole area has grown to more than 6.8 million residents. Continue reading “Housing Boom Continues In North Texas”
Worries about higher interest rates have sent Wall Street into a tailspin during recent days.
The housing market may face some turbulence, too. Home mortgage rates rose this week for the fifth week in a row. The cost of financing a home is now at one of the highest points in years.
Along with pulling down the securities market, higher interest rates are likely to slow the rate of home price appreciation in markets across the U.S., said Daren Blomquist, economist with Attom Data Solutions. Continue reading “As mortgage rates go up, will it be harder for Dallas-area homeowners to sell?”
DALLAS — Two free public courses aim to equip new gardeners with the tools to establish lush lawns, vibrant landscapes and bountiful vegetable gardens in the unique and unforgiving growing conditions of North Texas, organizers said.
The first session of Newcomers Guide to Gardening in North Texas is Feb. 10, 8:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park, 3601 Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, Dallas.
The second installment is March 3, 8 a.m.-1:00 p.m., Collin College Conference Center, 2400 Community Avenue, McKinney. Continue reading “North Texas gardening courses offer comprehensive ‘newcomer’ instruction”
DALLAS, TX / ACCESSWIRE / February 1, 2018 / North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. (OTC PINK: USMJ) today announced its longtime-in-the-coming restaurant located near the new Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters, The Star, in Frisco, Texas, will be opening soon. North American Cannabis Holdings, Inc. launched into the restaurant sector in 2015 introducing the AmeriCanna Cafe concept. Continue reading “North American Cannabis Holdings Frisco Restaurant Location Near New Dallas Cowboys World Headquarters Coming Soon”