Dallas-area real estate regains momentum in 2012

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Dallas-area real estate regains momentum in 2012

Klyde Warren Park bridged downtown with Uptown and is expected to draw development to the central business district for decades to come. Dallas-area residents have enthusiastically embraced the green space.
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Dallas Morning News

University Park (UP) is understood for having some of the most beautiful Dallas residences. It s located a couple of miles from the beautiful houses of Highland Park (additionally part of the “Park Cities”) in an extraordinary school area, surrounded by more than 30 lakes, and has the lowest criminal offense price in the whole town. If you can manage it, University Park and its next-door neighbor Highland Park have all the amenities you can perhaps would like.

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