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Photography by Rick Turner


The Conservancy, established to
restore Arlington Hall and Lee Park 
to their original grandeur, continues 
the preservation and enhancement 
of this historic treasure and magnificent green space for the community's use and enjoyment.

Lee Park & Arlington Hall Conservancy 


Groundbreaking Kicked Off Successful Open House

Formal Garden Ground Breaking 2013

Photography by James Edward

Pictured L to R:  John Hickman (Armstrong-Berger), Bill Pittman, Judy Pittman, Scott Turner (Chairman of the Board of the Conservancy), Gay Donnell (President & CEO of the Conservancy), Frank Reedy (Executive Advisor to the Conservancy Board), Ken McKinsey (Manager of Facilities & Operations at the Conservancy), Dwight Dykman (City of Dallas Park & Recreation).

This past Sunday, members and friends of the Conservancy gathered a few steps from Arlington Hall for the groundbreaking of the new Formal Garden.   Judy and Bill Pittman made a generous donation to create the garden in honor of Judy's parents, Amy and Bobby Goff, who Judy said were "a great example of a beautiful marriage."

Following the groundbreaking, the Conservancy hosted a Community Open House for members as well as the general public.  A cake created by Frosted Art in the likeness of Arlington Hall was served while the crowd took in the beauty of all of the rooms in the Hall.   "Before" images of the Park and Hall were on display to show how far they have come and how the involvement of committed citizens have brought them to their current, beautiful state. 

Judy & Bill Pittman surrounded by family and friends
 at Community Open House
   Judy Pittman Family @ Formal Garden Groundbreaking
                                                                   Photography by James Edward


The Dallas Morning News ran a story the next day about the event.  Read it here:



Lee Park Dedication  




Best Real Estate Agent

Living at the Warrington in a penthouse overlooking the Dallas skyline, Judy Pittman says, "What a blesing to be doing what you love-- selling Dallas and the high-rise lifestyle."

She was hired as a consultant in the planning stage, then as exclusive broker who accomplished a 100 percent sell-out of The Mansion Residence, Place des Voges, and Vendome. She conitnues selling in all the high-rise building.

The Amy and Bobby Goff Garden in Ledd Park honors her beloved parents.

Pittman attributes her success to hard work, truly caring about her clients, a loyal staff, and a loving husband.


Turtle Creek, Uptown High-Rises, Townhomes, Zero-Lot Homes, Estate Homes, Properties in Highland Park and Preston Hollow

Designations, Affiliations & Awards

Greater Dallas Association of REALTORS; Texas Association of REALTORS; Turtle Creek Association, Board Member; Lee Park Conservancy, Trustee






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Judy with Pope John Paul II


The Winspear's penthouse

12:00 AM CST on Friday, December 4, 2009
Alan Peppard

With just a few million dollars, you can own the Winspear – not the opera house, the penthouse.

Bill Winspear died in 2007 before seeing the opening of the opera house for which he and his wife, Margot, donated $42 million. But today, there are great views of the Winspear Opera House from a now-vacant Turtle Creek penthouse, the 16,000-square-foot palace in the sky where the couple moved in 2003.

Margot has since moved to smaller quarters, and the 18th- and 19th-floor double penthouse is listed for sale by high-rise real estate doyenne Judy Pittman, the woman who first sold it to the Winspears.

"I originally sold them one penthouse," says Judy. "Then he decided he wanted a pool. So he bought the one next door and incorporated the two together."

Located atop the elegant Vendome building, the Winspear home features a theater, an indoor virtual driving range and a mosaic waterfall scene from Margot and Bill's native Canada that overlooks the indoor pool. Pictures can be seen at

That penthouse price: $8,850,000.

Judy Featured in the Dallas Morning News

"Judy In The Sky With Diamonds - Dallas High-Rise Specialist Enjoys The View From The Top"


Judy was named in D magazine as Top Realtor

Judy in the New York Times


Rarely does the opportunity come available to purchase an exquisite custom designed resale home in The Mansion Residence, physically attached and enjoying all the amenities of The Mansion on Turtle Creek Hotel. Situated on the east and south side of building this beautiful home overlooks the lush lawn of The Mansion Hotel as well as Turtle Creek and the sparkling Dallas skyline. High ceilings, intricate millwork and flooring, entry gallery with beamed ceilings, gracious, spacious living room with wall of 3 arched windows opening to balcony with incredible creek and city views, banquet size dining, cozy pine library with leather book panels concealing wet bar and TV, powder room with paneled ceiling accented with gold leaf trim, charming gourmet gas French kitchen, Master bedroom with French doors opening to large balcony. Priced at $3 million. See today, view at or call Judy Pittman at 214-522-8177 for private appointment.

Judy's D-Magazine Write-Up

"Judy Pittman Sells Turtle Creek"