With design offices in Dallas, Seattle and Los Angeles, the duo behind Pulp Design Studios are now rolling out a new branch of their company: a real estate development arm dubbed Pulp Properties.

For the new venture, partners Beth Dotolo and Carolina Gentry are starting off with both commercial and residential projects, including a multi-unit commercial space in Dallas and an iconic Meiselman house in Palm Springs, which they plan to renovate and list on Airbnb as a shoppable vacation rental. “Financially, we were interested in creating long-term investments and diversifying our business,” says Dotolo. “But we also wanted to be creative in new ways.”

The commercial space in Dallas’s Oak Cliff neighborhood will serve as Pulp’s new Texas headquarters, while also housing several women-owned businesses, including a vintage store, a photography studio, an art gallery and a clothing retailer. “We’ve always wanted to…

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