couple filming a tv commercial

Springs resident Bob O’Steen says his acting debut was one for the memory books.

rendering of new building Willow Ridge

The number of corporations relocating to North Texas is swelling, thanks in part to the state’s business-friendly tax structure, regulatory climate, and legal environment.

As employees of these corporations move into the area, demand for homes and services will increase, which is a boon for seniors who were waiting for the real estate market to rebound.

residents sitting at a table playing a game

By day, the Hillcrest Clubhouse at Springs is abuzz with activity. 

landscape architects

Landscape architect Kenneth Weikal may have Michigan roots, but he couldn’t be more excited to design a project in Texas.

man standing next to his 1953 hardtop convertible

George Field’s career spans 14 different kinds of businesses, including a 20-year stint at Southwestern Bell Telephone Company and 45 years as a rancher in Collin County. But through every transition, George’s affinity for classic cars remains constant.

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When Ted Hole moved to Springs in August 2012, he found a treat waiting for him on the ledge outside his Patterson-style apartment home.

“There was a plate of sweets and a card welcoming me to Highland Springs,” says Ted.

men's breakfast club hanging out

Every other Friday morning, red-shirted men flock to the Cotton Belt Café at Springs. It’s the Men’s Breakfast Club, one of the longest running clubs at the North Dallas Erickson Living community.

rendering of Willow Ridge

Springs, the Erickson Living community in North Dallas, recently unveiled plans for its newest residence building at an exclusive event for priority list members.