Editor's note: A lot happened this week, so here's your chance to get caught up. Read on for the week's most popular headlines.
1. Old Highland Park home lauded by royalty seeks to rein in $5 million. An Old Highland Park home praised by none other than Britain’s Prince Charles just hit the market for nearly $5 million. This is the first time the half-acre property, at 3509 Crescent Ave., has been for sale since it was completed in 2001.
2. Here's what downtown Dallas' East Quarter district will look like. Downtown Dallas, Inc. has shared a first peek at renderings of the freshly dubbed East Quarter development, which is scheduled to break ground in the third quarter of 2019. East Quarter is an urban neighborhood spanning eight blocks within Dallas' urban core.
3. BBQ restaurant on Dallas' Greenville Ave embraces Central Texas 'cue. Louie King BBQ, a barbecue joint that opened on Greenville Avenue in 2018, has closed, but there's a new barbecue restaurant taking its place. Called Smokin' C's BBQ, it'll do "strictly Central Texas traditional style BBQ," and is shooting for an opening of June 1.
4. Highlights from Scott Griggs-Eric Johnson Dallas mayoral debate. The two candidates running for Dallas mayor, City Council member Scott Griggs and State Rep. Eric Johnson, finally met up for their first debate, in anticipation of a run-off election taking place on June 8. Here are highlights, with quotes transcribed from the debate.
5. This Dallas-Fort Worth neighbor ranks among most affordable U.S. suburbs. Bummed out about rising home prices in Dallas-Fort Worth? Then you might want to check out the Tarrant County suburb of Everman. Realtor.com just named Everman among the 11 most affordable suburbs in the country’s 11 largest metro areas.