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I would love to see more small infill projects like this.
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Ride the 50-mile urban bike trail as soon as 2021



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The Dallas Circuit Trail, also known as The Loop, will cost $56 million and make critical connections in Dallas’ fragmented bike trails. When those are finished, it will create a 50-mile loop that touches all 14 Dallas City Council district.
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Real estate executive Jeff Ellerman and oilman Larry Dale came up with the idea because they were frustrated by the city’s trails-to-nowhere. They created the Circuit Trail Conservancy and raised $10 million in private donations, plus millions more from Dallas County and the Regional Transportation Council.

“We’re hard at work on the design component of The Loop,” Ellerman says.

A final design is expected in a year, and the whole project is expected to take up to three-and-a-half years, Ellerman says.
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Dallas had more new apartments than any U.S. metro in 2017



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Developers opened more new apartments in the Dallas area than any metro area in the country last year.

Almost 28,000 new rental units opened their doors last year, according to a new report by Richardson-based RealPage, a leading provider of property-management software.
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More than 30,000 apartments were still under construction in D-FW at the start of 2018.
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DFW placed second nationally in construction value.

Total construction value was six percent higher than 2016, a then-record year.
  1. NYC - $41.1B
  2. DFW - $22.2B
  3. LA - $19.8B
  4. Houston - $16.3B
  5. DC - $15.6B
  6. Chicago - $13.5B
  7. Boston - $12.9B
  8. Atlanta - $12.5B
  9. Seattle - $11.8B
  10. San Francisco - $11.2B
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Dallas to get money to extend Bishop Arts streetcar to downtown Omni Hotel


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Dallas will soon have the money to send its streetcar to the front doors of the downtown Omni Hotel.

The City Council is scheduled to vote Wednesday to accept $8 million in state funds to complete a long-planned streetcar extension. The money is left over from the McKinney Avenue trolley extension and the Dallas streetcar's construction.

Currently, the Oak Cliff streetcar runs from the Bishop Arts District to Union Station. City officials hope to break ground on the latest streetcar extension within about a year and hope to cut the ribbon sometime in the summer of 2019.
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Eventually, the streetcar line would link to the new $92 million line that is likely to run on Elm and Commerce streets downtown. That project is scheduled to be completed by 2023 and will link the Oak Cliff streetcar and the McKinney Avenue trolley.
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"We know there's demand," Garrett said. "That's just giving conventioners and visitors one more option."
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^^ That's great. Hope to see more streetcar extensions and even new routes in the future.
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New 309-apartment project planned for Katy Trail condo site in Uptown
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Builder Lincoln Property wants to construct a 309-unit rental community along Carlisle Street in Uptown. The apartments would replace an aging condo complex on the site between Hall and Bowen streets.
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"The zoning change that Lincoln Property is asking for is height and a small amount of lot coverage," said former Dallas City Council member Angela Hunt, who spoke for the developer before a Tuesday night meeting of the Oak Lawn Committee.

The property is currently zoned for three-story buildings. But high-rises as tall as 17 floors are in the next block along Carlisle.
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Former credit union on Dallas' Ross Avenue to become 300-unit apartment project
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The developer that's building Lake Highlands Town Center is starting work on another project east of downtown Dallas.
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The almost 300-unit, 4-story rental project will be constructed on the former site of the Credit Union of Texas at 4600 Ross Avenue.
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"Cypress was drawn to this dynamic redevelopment opportunity due to its proximity to employers in the nearby central business district and Uptown, as well as its easy access to iconic retailers and restaurants along Henderson, Fitzhugh and Lower Greenville," Bill Rafkin, Principal with Cypress Real Estate Advisors, said in a statement.
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Parkland campus redo would be one of the country's largest hospital redevelopments



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Developer Sam Ware intends to revamp the 38-acre vacant hospital campus on Harry Hines Boulevard into a combination of housing, hotel rooms, and retail and office space.

Ware is working with Dallas architect HKS to come up with designs for the more than 1.2 million square feet of buildings.
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Stouffer said the Parkland hospital site couldn't be in a better location for a redevelopment — it's next door to two stations for transit lines and surrounded by one of the state's largest medical districts with the new Parkland Hospital and UT Southwestern Medical Center.
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Ware's plans for the Parkland complex also include apartments, senior housing and condos. Several small buildings in the heart of the campus will be knocked down for a park.

"We are trying to create green space," Stouffer said.
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More than 600 "micro apartments" would be designed for medical district workers who need small, affordable residential units that are about 300 square feet.
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New Dallas Midtown project has plans for 344 apartments



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Dallas apartment builder Mill Creek Residential Trust has filed building permits with the City of Dallas to construct a 344-unit apartment community at 5327 LBJ Freeway just east of the Galleria.
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While work to demolish and redevelop the centerpiece Valley View mall in the area has slowed, other developers are pushing ahead with projects along the north side of LBJ.
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Dallas-based Atlantic Hotels soon will open its new AC Hotel and Residences Inn with 256 rooms next door to Mill Creek's project.
Investor and developer PegasusAblon has purchased a construction site on Noel Road just north of the Galleria with plans for a mixed-use project.
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