Online Methods of Searching for Apartments in North Dallas Tx

Online methods of searching for apartments in north dallas tx

Searching for an apartment can be very frustrating. You need to be determined and committed in order to be in a position to come across an apartment of your choice. In the past, the search for a new apartment was always difficult. This was mainly because of the need to incorporate transport and fuel costs. However, the coming of the internet has streamlined the whole process of searching for new apartments. If you have prospects of searching for one of the apartments in north dallas tx, you have to consider the following online methods.

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Standoff In Dallas Apartment Ends, Baby Safe

DALLAS, TX — One man has been taken to custody after a lengthy standoff with police and SWAT officers. Media outlets reported the man had barricaded himself and an 11-month-old child in an apartment in the 3800 block of South Walton Walker Blvd. in Dallas. Sources say that baby is safe. A string of overnight events led up to the incident. A spokesperson for the Ellis County Sheriff’s Office told CBSDFW the incident began around midnight Wednesday when the department received a report that a man had kidnapped his ex-girlfriend from Galaxy Drive-In Theatre in Ennis, Texas. Deputies told the news station the man released the woman at her mother’s home in Dallas. That woman is said to be safe. Police went to Walker Place apartments to serve a kidnapping warrant, where they discovered the man had barricaded himself and the child in the apartment, CBSDFW reported. Police then blocked…

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Dallas uses 4-goal 1st period to beat Buffalo 5-1

DALLAS — It was business as usual for Tyler Seguin. A little different for Remi Elie, Antoine Roussel and Gemel Smith. Seguin scored his fifth power-play goal of the season in Dallas’ four-goal first period, and Stars beat the Buffalo Sabres 5-1 on Saturday night. Elie and Roussel each scored their first goal of the season, and Smith had his first two assists. "Hard-working players got rewarded for their hard work," Dallas coach Ken Hitchcock said. "Guys that had been snake-bitten all the first part of the year, hadn’t scored, all of a sudden they’re feeling good about themselves and they’re contributing. So the whole bench was excited." Seguin’s goal on a slap shot from the left faceoff circle made it 4-0 just 12:51 into the game. The Stars’ league-leading power play scored on their only man advantage of the night. Dallas has scored on 13 of 40 opportunities (33…

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Parent accused of beating up teen at Texas high school

Authorities have arrested a Texas parent seen in a video pummeling a teen girl on high school property, according to a report. Mary Alice Hernandez, 34, was arrested and charged with assault causing bodily injury on Monday in Corpus Christi after the disturbing footage filmed at Miller High School went viral, according to the Corpus Christi Caller-Times. The video, which was captured on a cellphone, showed the suspect repeatedly striking a student in the head on Oct. 18 before fleeing the scene. WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS PROFANITY The arrest came after the student’s mom made a plea on Facebook for help tracking down the woman. Source Article

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State Fair of Texas asks customers how they’d feel if festivities weren’t at Dallas’ Fair Park

Staff Photographer Maybe Big Tex is actually waving goodbye to Fair Park. Fairgoers might get that impression after taking a digital questionnaire this year at State Fair of Texas kiosks in the park. The survey asks some patrons, "How likely would you be to attend the State Fair of Texas if the location was moved out of Fair Park?" That question is especially conspicuous as the State Fair has come under increasing scrutiny by some Dallas officials, who are weighing Fair Park’s future and whether to turn it over to a private manager. But State Fair spokeswoman Karissa Condoianis said the question has no hidden agenda and isn’t meant to signal that the State Fair is exploring other sites. Fair officials "don’t have any intentions of moving" after 130 years at Fair Park, she said. "Just given the current environment, we’re just making sure we knew where our fairgoers’ opinions…

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More apartments on the way near West Dallas’ popular Trinity Groves

Developers of a West Dallas mixed-use have started a second apartment community. Stonelake Capital Partners and apartment builder Wood Partners have broken ground on the 324-unit rental project in the 25-acre Trinity Green development on Singleton Boulevard just west of Sylvan Avenue. Stonelake Capital Partners and builder StreetLights Residential have already built 371 apartments in the first phase of the $400 million development. And David Weekley Homes is building 96 homes in the project. Stonelake also built a 1-acre central park in Trinity Green. "With the completion of our first phase, The Austin, along with the completion of Trinity Green Park, we are excited to partner with Wood on the next phase to continue to advance Stonelake’s vision for Trinity Green," Stonelake’s Kenneth Aboussie said in a statement. Texas Capital Bank is financing the new Alta Trinity Green apartments, which will open in fall 2018. Source Article

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Confederate Statue Debate Has Been Great for Dallas, Believe It or Not

In the public space left open by the removal of the statue of Confederate Gen. Robert E. Lee from Lee Park, a new discourse has blossomed in the city. Hate to tell you — and I know this will make people mad on both sides, and I’m really only talking about Dallas — but this debate we’ve been having about the Confederate statues is absolutely the best thing we’ve done in Dallas in the 100 or so years I have been here grinding out newspaper columns about the city. If you took me back not too many years, I would never have believed this level of discourse was possible. Whether or not you believe me, this isn’t a big rah-rah war dance for either side. I think I can say that because, if recent memory serves, I have been on both sides. At first I was a leave-’em-aloner, and then…

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What Will You Do In Dallas Texas?

Although you have many areas to live in the United States, many people choose to call the Dallas Metroplex home. You don’t even need to live in the center of the city to take advantage of all that it has to offer. There are also many surrounding areas that give you easy access to the city but more of a small town feel for the area you call home. One of the benefits of living in the Dallas Texas area is that there are plenty of cultural options for people who reach out and take advantage of them. Museums, arts, music and many other options are available. In fact, you might be quite surprised with the options once you take a closer look at the city. Those museums are not only the large, well known ones, there are plenty of small, specialty museums as well. If there is one thing…

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New apartments on the way near Dallas’ Knox Street

Construction has started on the next apartment community coming to Dallas’ popular Knox Street district. Dallas builder Trinsic Residential has broken ground for a 124-unit rental project on McKinney Avenue north of Knox. Called the Hudson, the seven-story building replaces an aging condominium building near Monticello Avenue just east of Highland Park. The new apartment development will include a fitness center, a dog park and a rooftop "sky lounge" when it opens in 2019. The Hudson is one of several new rental communities in the works for the Knox Street area. Trinsic also built the Aura on McKinney apartments at Fitzhugh Avenue, and it’s building new rental communities in Grapevine and Grand Prairie. The Hudson will open in 2019. (Trinsic Residential) Source Article

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Report: FC Dallas turns down offers from San Lorenzo for Maxi Urruti and Michael Barrios

For now, it appears the two attackers are staying put. The last few days have been pretty interesting for FC Dallas fans with the news out of Argentina that San Lorenzo offered to buy attackers Michael Barrios and Maxi Urruti for somewhere in the neighborhood of $4 million. As of this Thursday afternoon, it appears that the dust is finally settling on this rumored deal and that the two will not be sold. Source: FC Dallas have declined San Lorenzo’s bids for Maxi Urruti and Michael Barrios. Called the offers "substantial." — Sam Stejskal (@samstejskal) August 31, 2017 This comes on the heels of a report from Jon Arnold at the Dallas Morning News that the Argentine club only offered a transfer for Barrios. FCD technical director Fernando Clavijo said Tuesday morning that despite reports in the Argentine press that there has been an offer made for each player, the…

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Former Texas Tech QB Patrick Mahomes continues impressive preseason for Kansas City Chiefs

Andy Lyons/Getty Images CINCINNATI, OH – AUGUST 19: Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs throws a touchdown pass against the Cincinnati Bengals during the preseason game at Paul Brown Stadium on August 19, 2017 in Cincinnati, Ohio. (Photo by Andy Lyons/Getty Images) Patrick Mahomes was the nation’s leading passer at Texas Tech last season, throwing for 5,052 yards and 41 touchdowns for the Red Raiders. His performance prompted the Kansas City Chiefs to trade up and select Mahomes with the No. 10 pick in the 2017 NFL draft. Even in a Chiefs uniform, he’s still tossing touchdown passes. Mahomes provided multiple highlight plays of the Chiefs’ 30-12 preseason win over the Bengals on Saturday night. Near the end of the first half, he found Demetrius Harris in the back of the end zone for his first touchdown pass of the day. He tossed another touchdown pass early in…