The sudden demolition of several properties in Dallas is prompting city leaders to take action. While old buildings have recently come crashing down on Main Street, one group has set out to protect other properties from the same fate.
A particular piece of land is considered one of the last coveted undeveloped properties in Collin County — now a Dallas lawyer is about to change that. The attorney gave CBS 11 News an exclusive look at the big plans for Highway 380 and the Dallas North Tollway.
Façade Norde is a landmark on Fort Worth’s Boat Club Road. The Scottish-French castle was built as an homage to family heritage.
Today’s Living Large is a modern bachelor pad in the Turtle Creek area of Dallas. It was featured on the Turtle Creek Association home tours this month.
White walls, black trim on doors and windows, long hallways – all perfect spaces for an art gallery. And, in fact, this is a house made for someone who loves art.
CBS 11 News is starting a new series called “Living Large” which showcases unique and luxurious spaces in the DFW area. Today Tracy Kornet takes us to an unexpected place in the heart of Dallas. It is a nature preserve with all the elements of modern living.
The 2010 demolition of Texas Stadium, the former home of the Dallas Cowboys, created a gaping hole in the heart of Irving, leaving many wondering—and others worrying—about what would go ‘up’ after the stadium came ‘down.’
Dallas City Hall has been targeting vacant, boarded up homes. It’s all in effort to clean up south Dallas. Some homes have been demolished, and others sold. But CBS 11 News found one case where the city accidentally did both.
The Texas Supreme Court will decide the ownership of 52 Fort Worth-area church properties valued at more than $100 million after a split in the Episcopal Church between conservative and liberal factions.
A battle over a home in Murphy ended with a big pile of furniture and possessions on the front lawn Wednesday. The forced eviction appeared to end the homeowner’s effort to get the property back from a family that originally moved in to the house in order to help sell it.
Dallas Councilman Scott Griggs hopes to finesse an agreement that forgives a Dallas church’s $170,000 in back taxes it never thought it would owe, even though it bought two parcels of vacant land for $25,000.
All Aji Philip wanted to do was sell her Collin County home so she could move back to Boston and care for her ailing mother.