About Dallas, Texas
Sacks Team built its reputation in the historic neighborhoods of Dallas including Oak Cliff, Munger Place, and Old East Dallas. These neighborhoods offer tree-lined streets, caring neighbors, good investments, and architecture in a variety of styles.
Preserving Historic Neighborhoods and Significant Architecture
David Sacks is a member of Preservation Dallas, an influential non-profit organization dealing with the preservation of Dallas’ oldest and most significant properties. The Discover Dallas! survey provides city planners, developers, and prospective buyers with valuable information on Dallas’ many historic and conservation districts.
There is something about Dallas...
There is an excitement happening in Dallas today, a buzz. Already known for the Dallas Cowboys, world-class shopping and a higher restaurant-to-resident ratio than New York City, this young prairie city is growing up. New developments downtown, uptown, and along the mass-transit rail lines have brought investment, jobs, and opportunity back to the city core. For every new condo tower that is built, a neighborhood of historic homes are given new life and architecture is restored. It is a delicate balance, but Dallas and it’s 1.2 million Texans seem to be up for the challenge.