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Old Posted Oct 21, 2018, 10:38 PM
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^^Looks like an awesome edition to the city!
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2018, 12:50 AM
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The city needs to look into all of the streets dissecting the park.
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Old Posted Oct 22, 2018, 1:39 AM
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The city needs to look into all of the streets dissecting the park.
While true, there's not much that can be really done without some major redesign of the Woodall Rodgers Fwy and moving the exit ramps for Olive and St. Paul, which are critical for commuters. That said, I wish they'd replace the pavement with more rough, traffic calming bricks or rougher pavement in general.

The city did cut Harwood Street and Olive also carries the streetcar, so that would've stuck around regardless.
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Hines Breaks Ground on The Victor, New Icon of Luxury Urban Living in South Victory Park



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(DALLAS, TX) – Hines, the international real estate firm, has broken ground on The Victor, a luxury for-rent residential high-rise community located on the northeast corner of Olive Street and Victory Park Lane. Adjacent to the American Airlines Center and W Dallas-Victory Hotel, the residences will lie at the nexus of burgeoning South Victory (SoVi) District’s three curated blocks of walkable, street-front dining, shopping and entertainment experiences.

Comprised of 344 luxury residences, the 39-story high-rise tower will stand taller than any other residential community in Victory Park or Uptown and will boast 360-degree views of Turtle Creek and the American Airlines Center to the north; Downtown to the south; Downtown and Uptown to the east; and the Trinity River and Margaret Hunt Hill bridge to the west.
https://www.hines.com/news/hines-bre...h-victory-park
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I hope the Smart District is still built without Amazon.
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And don't be surprised to see Amazon back in play in Dallas again in the future.
"I would guess if Amazon stays on the current trajectory of growth, within five years we will have a very nice facility with them right here in Dallas," Van Amburgh said. "We did nothing but enhance our chances to have them grow here in the future."
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