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Uptown proposal creates three new public spaces by converting two-ways to one-ways.

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Park A - McKinney @ Allen

Park B - Carlisle @ Allen

Park C - Cole @ Harvard



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Park C - Cole @ Harvard

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Mountain Creek Business Park to get bigger with two-building project in South Dallas

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A Dallas-based developer plans to begin construction on a two-building speculative project, which will add more than 150,000 square feet of industrial space to the 590-acre Mountain Creek Business Park.
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Those little parks are great. I think these sorts of details truly add to a city. Lack of green space is one of my greatest complaints about some urban areas. Very cool.
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Those little parks are great. I think these sorts of details truly add to a city. Lack of green space is one of my greatest complaints about some urban areas.
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New Dallas office tower on the way at Park Lane development on North Central Expressway

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The owners want to build an office tower with up to 11 floors and as much as 340,000 square feet of space.
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"The motivation behind this new building is we've seen serious upward movement in the rents in our existing offices," Spurgin said. "We think we'll garner significant interest with this building."

Northwood hired architect Gensler to design the tower.
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The office tower would be one of the largest such developments along U.S. 75 in years.
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More apartments on the way near West Dallas' popular Trinity Groves(Link)
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Stonelake Capital Partners and apartment builder Wood Partners have broken ground on the 324-unit rental project in the 25-acre Trinity Green development on Singleton Boulevard just west of Sylvan Avenue.
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Old warehouse will become new venue for West Dallas



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Oaxaca Interests said it plans to redevelop an old warehouse on Fort Worth Avenue into a dining and retail venue.
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The developer said the old warehouse will be repurposed as a "pet-friendly, indoor-outdoor destination."
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The real estate firm hopes to rent the 10,000-square-foot building to two to five tenants.

"The flexibility of the space, as well as its indoor and outdoor components, is perfectly suited for a food hall, beer garden and several smaller retailers and food artisans," Jackson said.

Architects Lake Flato and Hocker Design Group - which did Sylvan|30 are doing the project.
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Eagle Ford School to be renovated for offices



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The 1923 West Dallas school, famous as the elementary school where outlaw Bonnie Parker attended, could be coming into a new era.

The city initiated efforts last year to make the Eagle Ford School a Dallas historic landmark because of its significance as a last remnant of Cement City and the Eagle Ford community. That move prevented the building, which was on the market, from being torn down for about three years while its case is under review.
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Moser has plans to restore the building’s facades, expose bricked-in windows, replace windows and doors and add a paved parking lot. The interior will be renovated as an office space.

“We will bring this building back to a good condition for another hundred years,” Moser told the Dallas Landmark Commission this week.
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Isnt there a new opera house there somewhere?
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Apartment project kicks off at downtown Dallas' Farmers Market
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Lynd Development Partners is building the more than 200-unit apartment project at Harwood and Cadiz streets in downtown Dallas.
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The new apartment development is just across the street from the Farmers Market. Lynd filed building permits with the city for a $33.5 million development.
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Alexan Maple(Front)/ Old Parkland(Rear):


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I understand money was an issue, but I wish the I-30 main lanes were built as originally planned and that the I-35E bridge was built as originally planned. It would have been pretty cool.
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Still turned out nice. I wish the I-35E bridge would have had some sort of aesthetic though.
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A Texas City’s Named One of the Most High-Tech Cities in the World, But it’s Not the City You Think



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If Dallasites didn’t have enough reasons to boast about their city, Business Insider just gave them another huge bragging right.

The prominent business site ranks Dallas-Fort Worth as one of the most high-tech cities in the world – and it’s the only Texas spot to make the cut. Take that, Austin!

Business Insider consulted with research firm 2thinknow to determine the 85 most technologically advanced cities in the world. Dallas-Fort Worth came in at number 11, beating out Beijing, Washington, D.C., and Tokyo among others.
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You can thank the explosive tech scene for pushing North Texas into the future. The metroplex’s entrepreneurial ecosystem has experienced serious growth in the last year, and it’s not slowing down anytime soon.
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Dallas is still behind a few other American cities in tech, including Chicago, Los Angeles, Boston, New York, and San Francisco (which topped the list).

However, it wouldn’t be surprising if Dallas continued to climb the rankings in coming years.
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Yes, Dallas is the city of tomorrow – and it’s already leading the pack in the Lone Star State.
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https://www.papercitymag.com

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