Catholic Charities and its partners are converting a hotel into 180 efficiency residences complete with support for social services.
Michael Yorba and the Advance Community Fund are taking advantage of investment incentives to make change.
By Mariah Terry
Commercial Real Estate
Capital that once focused on coastal cities has shifted to Dallas. Mintwood Real Estate leader Katy Slade on how to ensure the economic impact benefits all.
By Katy Slade
A year and a half since an ordinance allowing the rentable second units, only two homeowners have taken advantage. But on Monday, Council was lukewarm about clearing red tape.
One of the last vestiges of the Little Mexico neighborhood is the salmon-pink housing development that offers affordable rents to residents.
We talked to the Lake Dallas crazies fitting their lives inside 300 or 400 (meticulously executed) square feet.
We’ve lost more units under $800 than just about any metro in the country, and we’ve added a ton of units in the muddled middle and high-end.