| 14 years ago In Dallas, $1 million still buys a lot of house—a minimum of 3,300 square feet—plus, plenty of the extra amenities we all crave.
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| 14 years ago SMU’s new Embrey Engineering building utilizes green design and architecture.
| 14 years ago Over-the-top amenities have become de rigueur among Dallas’ elite.
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| 14 years ago The latest news, trends, and gossip in the real estate industry.
| 14 years ago Tending Japanese gardens keeps Ray Entenmann thriving, even as his body slows.
| 14 years ago Christine Rogers delves into the story behind Ju-Nel homes, some of the city’s most spectacular mid-century modern houses.
| 14 years ago Originally designed by Dorothy Draper, the Stoneleigh Hotel’s penthouse is getting a makeover with help from her protégé, Carleton Varney.
| 14 years ago Our resident know-it-all answers questions plaguing homeowners.
| 14 years ago Nick Badovinus got his start in some of the toniest kitchens in town, but his love affair with cooking started in college with a girl.
| 14 years ago Our market editor Peggy Levinson shares her picks for naturally inspired pieces.
| 14 years ago Everything you need to do in and around the house.
| 14 years ago Juanita Dominguez’s journey from poor immigrant to sought-after Dallas upholsterer is an inspiring version of the American dream.
| 14 years ago Readers request their favorite recipes from Dallas restaurants.
| 14 years ago The atmosphere, linens, china, crystal, and lighting count toward making an impression in Dallas’ hottest restaurants.
| 14 years ago Even without large rooms and walk-in closets, Todd Johnson still adores his tiny Oak Cliff cottage. But love ain’t always easy.
| 14 years ago Two rival organizations in the passionate world of rose-growing will converge next month, for the first time in their 100-plus year histories, to make amends. They’ll meet in one of the most unlikely spots on earth—Addison.