North Oak Cliff Homes

Urban Genesis Plans November Start of New Oak Cliff Apartments in Bishop Arts

Full article by Amanda Popken and As soon as the rain lets up, demolition will begin on the four homes where 70 apartments will be under construction in November. Urban Genesis spoke with the Bishop Arts Neighborhood Association Tuesday night about the Bishop High Line project and the other 50 apartments they have planned just a block away. The projects are planned along Melba…read more →

Candy’s Dirt – Crescent Communities Brings their A Game to Bishop Arts District

by Amanda Popken and Just as our trolley track construction wraps up and the Bishop Arts stop comes online, expect the building construction to begin. Developer Alamo Manhattan has made headlines with their infamous Bishop Arts project, hopefully designed a bit better now than at first. Their Phase 1 plans would create a five-story full city block with residential above…read more →

First details about mixed-use project near Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District

By @SteveBrownDMN and the Dallas Morning News Developer Crescent Communities is giving a first look at what it plans to build in North Oak Cliff. The North Carolina-based builder has contracted to purchase a block at Zang Boulevard and Davis Street near the Bishop Arts District. The property is now owned by Dallas County Schools. Crescent Communities plans to build…read more →