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Re: Things I Looked at Yesterday

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11-30-2012 04:59:31

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When living in the Dallas area I remember seeing many homes demolished in the Highland Park / University Park (home of SMU) area (where that idiot Jerry Jones lives) because they were not what the new owner wanted. The lots were small too, but the wealthy just had to live in that area. On a positive note, in most cases during the tear down a large part of the materials were salvaged and re-used in the east Dallas area which was a new historical district where people were actually bringing back the old houses. Many of those homes had turned into apartments or rooming houses and the area quickly declined. Folks started buying them up from the sleazy investors and renovating them and most were being returned to single family dwellings.

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Stephen Newell

11-30-2012 06:23:22

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 Re: Things I Looked at Yesterday in reply to downsouth, 11-30-2012 04:59:31  
From what I've seen in that area most of the time they take the existing house and go up with it adding a story or two. I believe the term is mini mansion.

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Nancy Howell

11-30-2012 05:35:20

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 Re: Things I Looked at Yesterday in reply to downsouth, 11-30-2012 04:59:31  
Are you talking about the "M" streets renovation?

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