Mini lights? Icicle lights? Rope lights? Easy net lights? The good news is there are now more Energy Star rated choices than ever. These will not only look beautiful, but they can help keep your holiday electricity bill from spiking. LED lights use much less energy than regular bulbs; and as an added bonus, they don’t burn as hot so they are safer around children and pets too. Another way to reduce the holiday lighting bill is to use aRead more
By Dan Cohn
Yard of the Month – 820 Pavillion Passing by 820 Pavilion, one has to admire the vibrant roses that are blooming throughout the year. Richard Boul has created a spectacular rose garden, right in his own front yard. Richard shared with me some of the various roses that he has incorporated in the setting. One finds Bing Crosby, Julie Childs, Oregold, The Squire, Rainbow, Rock and Roll and Passionate Kisses, just to name a few. I addition to the roses, there isRead more
At our Annual Holiday Party in December we will be voting for who will represent us in 2015. Below is a listing of the offices in our Association and who is currently serving in those offices. If you are interested in serving your neighborhood in any of these positions, please advise any member of the Board of your interest. President shall: (Currently Eric Williamson) Call and preside at all Board and general membership meetings Represent the Association in its externalRead more
Local developer, Jack Matthews, has a contract to buy the historic Dallas High School located directly Southwest of the new City Lights Development. Mr. Matthews is best know for his South Side Lamar development. The contract is projected to close in early 2015 and then be developed into residential and office space.
Trammel Crow Co has partnered with Metropolitan Life to develop a two‐tower complex at the northwest corner of Pearl Street and Woodall Rodgers (where the Chase motor bank sits today). The mixed‐use development will contain 275 luxury apartments, 513,000 sq/ft of ofϐice space, and ground floor retail. The addition will add even more activity, density, and interest to the nearby arts district.