This week's hot headlines
Turtle Creek mansion for sale tops this week's 5 most-read Dallas stories
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1. Dallas estate on Turtle Creek Blvd for sale for first time in 50 years. A massive Dallas estate on Turtle Creek Boulevard is on the market for the first time in more than 50 years. Located at 7037 Turtle Creek Blvd., it's being represented by Briggs Freeman Sotheby's International Realty agents Jeanne Shelton and Doug Shelton and the price is $14,600,000.
2. Southlake Town Square welcomes a bounty of new shops and restaurants. Southlake's best-known shopping center, Southlake Town Square, is poised for an infusion of new shops and restaurants. The 130-acre mixed-use development with 120-plus retail shops and restaurants will be home to a host of new brands over the next few months.
3. Dallas cocktail bar and brunch favorite Henry's Majestic to close. A Dallas bar both popular and acclaimed is closing: Henry's Majestic and its speakeasy Atwater Alley are closing on October 30. According to a release, the landlord sold the building forcing the bars to move along. However, Henry's owners say they plan to reopen in another space.
4. Dallas preservationists race to save remains of Turtle Creek mid-century complex. An enterprising team is racing against time to salvage worthwhile pieces of a Dallas residential complex about to be razed. Located at 2525 Turtle Creek Blvd., Turtle Creek Gardens was a 108-unit condominium complex built in 1961, sitting on 4.5 acres near Fairmount Street. As a listing by Cushman & Wakefield notes, it’s one of the only remaining parcels of its size.
5. Partenope in downtown Dallas spins off acclaimed pizza & pasta to Richardson. An acclaimed Italian restaurant in downtown Dallas is spinning off a sibling: Partenope Ristorante, the sophisticated mom-and-pop from husband-and-wife Dino and Megan Santonicola, is opening a second location in Richardson, at 110 S. Greenville Ave., joining the revitalized area known as The Core.