Talking Residential Home Design Trends in Dallas with Seattle Architect Extraordinaire Tom Kundig

Published March 27, 2015 by Candy Evans

Architect Tom Kundig may be the hottest number in Seattle. But he wowed Dallas this week, entertaining more than 400 people at City Performance Hall Tuesday night as a speaker for the Dallas Architecture Forum.

Kundig, an award-winning architect and principal at Seattle-based Olson Kundig Architects, has a huge international following thanks to his ability to turn concrete, steels, cranks and pulleys into very livable spaces, sometimes carved right into natural surroundings. He certainly has...


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Double Unit Downtown Loft Has Views, Visual Interest, And Texture

Published March 27, 2015 by Joanna England

Lofts are great for people who want wide-open floorplans, high ceilings, and great views, but sometimes lofts can feel somewhat cramped with small square-footage and bathrooms that feel like converted closets. That’s what makes this doubled-up unit inside the SoCo building so unique. Not only does it have fantastic downtown views thanks to its spot on the ninth floor, eight-foot windows, exposed brick, and upgraded fixtures, but it has 2,172 square feet.

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Another Dallas Realtor Had Ties to Robert Durst, But in Houston

Published March 27, 2015 by Candy Evans

Ed Eakin is a Dallas-based broker and Realtor, who works both in Dallas and Houston. In 2013 he came back to Dallas to focus on Metro-area real estate. He started his own brokerage this past year. His niche, however, is selling beach property.

Ed sold Durst this Houston condo at 2520 Robin Hood, unit #801 for $437,000 in 2011. Just four years ago. The two bedroom, two and a half bath unit was Ed’s listing when he was director of sales for Personette & Co. When Ed sold him this listing,...


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