Dallas, a home of paradise living

If you are searching for a place that consists of all the facilities, offers the clear view of sea and is affordable then you have come to right place. The apartments in dallas are completely equipped with each and every facility. The climate of Dallas is hot and humid so all the apartments are centrally air-conditioned. Although the winters are short but still the facility of central heating is available in every apartment.

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“It’s Our Form Of Apartheid”: How Galveston Stalled Public Housing Reconstruction In The 10 Years After Ike

PU YING HUANGLeon Phillips, Rosalyn Jackson and her father, Martin Jackson, left to right, in Martin Jackson’s apartment at Cedars at Carver Park in Galveston, Texas. The apartment is part of a mixed-income development built to replace some of the island’s destroyed public housing. Sometimes, money is the easy part. After Hurricane Ike ravaged this island town in September 2008, the federal government poured millions of dollars into local coffers to jump-start the recovery process. The results are obvious nearly 10 years later: Near the Strand, a historic street lined with 19th-century buildings, workers pour concrete for road projects, while others install streetlights and sidewalks a few blocks away. Still,… Read More

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TX: Toddler Hit by Oxygen Tank on American Airlines Flight at DFW

April 09–American Airlines is investigating after a 1-year-old boy was hit in the head by an oxygen tank that fell from the ceiling during a flight to Dallas-Fort Worth Airport. According to the toddler’s mother, 33-year-old Jennifer Zanone, of Denver, the incident occurred on her American Airlines flight AA126 traveling from Hong Kong to DFW around 3:30 p.m. Saturday. Zanone said that upon landing, an entire ceiling panel, including a tank full of oxygen, fell onto the head of her son who was sitting on her lap in seat 35L. She said they were directed to wait for a gate agent to document the incident, but that no one appeared.… Read More

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Glenoak Apartments Open with Help from $476K Grant – Houston Business Journal

Wells Fargo and FHLB Dallas Provided Gap Funding for $15M Project CORPUS CHRISTI, Texas–(BUSINESS WIRE) Local dignitaries today joined representatives from the Federal Home Loan Bank of Dallas (FHLB Dallas), Wells Fargo, and Prospera Housing Community Services for the ribbon cutting and grand opening of the Glenoak Apartments in Corpus Christi’s Flour Bluff neighborhood. The $15 million project was awarded a $476,000 Affordable Housing Program (AHP) grant in 2015 from FHLB Dallas and Wells Fargo, which provided gap funding for the development of the 68-unit complex. This press release features multimedia. View the full release here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/20180403006655/en/ A $476K Affordable Housing Program grant from Wells Fargo and FHLB Dallas provided… Read More

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Texas Woman Finds Large Snake Slithering on Her Front Door

Snake Slithering on Texas Womans DoorA surveillance camera at a Texas home captured a creepy late-night crawler. Allison Keller was inside when she checked the doorbell camera and found a large snake on her front door. (Published Wednesday, March 28, 2018) A surveillance camera at a Texas home captured a creepy late-night crawler. Allison Keller of Spring says she was inside her home Tuesday when she got an alert about someone at the front door. She checked the doorbell camera using her phone and captured images of a large snake hanging on the door. The video shows the snake crawling on the door, falling off and then crawling back up.… Read More

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Westmount Realty Capital Hires Industry Veteran Dianna Hartwell as Director – Due Diligence

DALLAS, TX – Westmount Realty Capital, LLC, a commercial real estate development and investment management company, recently announced that Dianna Hartwell has joined the company as Director – Due Diligence. In this role, Hartwell will oversee the closing process for Westmount’s industrial, multifamily and office acquisitions. “Dianna’s extensive expertise of managing the closing process for multi-million-dollar commercial real estate deals will help us to achieve the best results for our clients,” said Clifford Booth, president and CEO of Westmount. “Westmount is in a period of strategic growth and we’re confident that Dianna will be a valuable asset to our team as we continue to acquire industrial, multifamily and office assets… Read More

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St. Patrick’s Day Parade To Cause Traffic In East Dallas

DALLAS, TX — The 39th Annual Saint Patrick’s Day parade and Festival is scheduled for Saturday, March 17, and, while parade-goers are surely looking forward to the day of revelry, commuters might not be so excited. The parade and festival will cause several road closures in and around the Lower Greenville area on Saturday, running from 9:00 a.m. to the end of the day. The parade starts at 11:00 a.m. on Greenville Avenue at Blackwell Street and travels all the way down to SMU Boulevard. Northbound Greenville Avenue to Park Lane will be closed starting at 10:00 a.m. and southbound Greenville Avenue to Mockingbird Lane will be closed at 9:00… Read More

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Cheerleaders From 39 States Possibly Exposed To Mumps In Dallas

DALLAS, TX — The All-Star National Cheerleading Championship this year brought fun, fierce competition and a possibility of mumps exposure. That’s right, cheerleaders from 39 states across the U.S. were put at risk of exposure to the mumps virus between Feb. 23 and Feb. 25 at Dallas’ Kay Bailey Hutchinson Convention Center. A letter of warning sent by Texas Health and Human Services did not name the person who first carried the virus to the competition, but a spokesperson told WFAA the carrier came from out of state. Mumps is highly contagious but, thankfully, not usually serious. Symptoms are often flulike and include swollen glands, low-grade fever, tiredness and muscle… Read More

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Survey reveals Harvey damaged 3rd of Victoria apartments | News ...

Survey reveals Harvey damaged 3rd of Victoria apartments

Kristen Alonzo saved up for more than two years before moving into her apartment last spring. “We were finally on our own,” the single mother of two said. But when she returned to her apartment after Hurricane Harvey, she found part of her ceiling had fallen, allowing about 18 inches of water inside. A couple of boxes of photos and some furniture lay ruined. Since then, Alonzo has moved her family three times. Noah Hernandez, 2, makes laps around the coffee table in their new house. His mother, Kristen Alonzo, 28, talked recently about finding her family a place to live after Hurricane Harvey. An estimated 31.6 percent of apartments… Read More

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Dallas woman to stand trial for allegedly killing Kansas woman and taking her baby

WICHITA, Kansas — A Dallas woman accused of killing an acquaintance in Kansas and then stealing her baby has been deemed competent to stand trial. Yesenia Sesmas is accused of fatally shooting Laura Abarca-Nogueda in late 2016, and then taking her six-day-old baby Sophia. Sesmas allegedly told police in Dallas she had a miscarriage, and never told anyone she lost the baby, KWCH-TX reports. Prosecutors said Sesmas allegedly planned to flee to Mexico to raise Abarca-Nogueda’s baby as her own with her boyfriend. In a jailhouse interview in 2016, Sesmas told a Spanish TV station that the victim had agreed to turn over her newborn daughter, but backed out of… Read More

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Another apartment project on the way on Dallas’ Ross Avenue

JHP The developer that’s building Lake Highlands Town Center is starting work on another project east of downtown Dallas. Austin-based Cypress Real Estate Advisors has been working on the apartment project on Ross Avenue since last year. The almost 300-unit, 4-story rental project will be constructed on the former site of the Credit Union of Texas at 4600 Ross Avenue. "Cypress was drawn to this dynamic redevelopment opportunity due to its proximity to employers in the nearby central business district and Uptown, as well as its easy access to iconic retailers and restaurants along Henderson, Fitzhugh and Lower Greenville," Bill Rafkin, Principal with Cypress Real Estate Advisors, said in a… Read More

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