In last month’s real estate section, The Leader profiled three area neighborhoods which are making a name for themselves in the real estate market – both because of their location and affordability. This month’s neighborhoods – Forest West, Mangum Manor and Germantown near Woodland Heights – are also areas sought out by buyers who feel priced out of the Heights, Garden Oaks and Oak Forest. Read on for a recap of each.
- Ella corridor soon to be ‘restaurant row’?
- News from the Pews: Area churches celebrate Christmas
- Calendar: HYPO Toy Drive through Dec. 19
- Art Valet: Last minute artsy shopping ideas
- Another humble thank you for supporting The Leader
- If you don’t have a new fridge, you’ll need one soon
- Cheers to another year
While no one is calling Ella Boulevard north of 610 ‘restaurant row’ just yet, they can’t call it a fast food wasteland for much longer either. No offense Raising Cane’s. With the news of Gatlin’s BBQ’s move from 1221 West 19th Street to a 4,200 space in the new center at 3510 Ella Blvd. – and anticipated opening of the Berry Hill at Ella and 43rd Street by mid-January – the area has been abuzz with anticipation.
I will take a minute to wholeheartedly thank the people who, once again, have chosen to support The Leader through a financial contribution.
If you are in the market for a new refrigerator, and if you are not in the market you will be eventually, let me give you a few tips of the iceberg. Cut this column out and stick on – where else – the front of your refrigerators.
I have to correct Lynn Ashby on his recent column in which he quotes a Texas Republican Congressman for voting “for” the government shutdown. The 2013 shutdown impacted elderly WWII veterans who traveled to DC to visit the Memorial.