North Oak Cliff Homes

‘History matters’: Dallas OKs delays before developers raze historic downtown buildings

In recent years, Dallas has lost countless historic buildings to wrecking balls swung by demolition-permit-wielding developers in a hurry to erase history before anyone noticed. Not all were significant; not… Sourced through Scoop.it from: cityhallblog.dallasnews.com See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land

Developers are close to a groundbreaking for big project in Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts district

If you’ve driven through Oak Cliff’s popular Bishop Arts district lately you may have noticed something missing. A whole chunk of the neighborhood between West Davis Street and Jefferson Boulevard… Sourced through Scoop.it from: bizbeatblog.dallasnews.com Here comes the revitalization of Bishop Arts See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land

Development would reshape entryway to Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts District

A proposal that would transform a leading entryway to the Bishop Arts District in north Oak Cliff was offered for public comment Friday at City Hall. Architects for Dallas-based Alamo Manhattan presented plans for redeveloping property near Zang Boulevard and Davis Street to the city’s Urban Design Peer Review Panel. The company wants to build five-story buildings, including apartments, restaurants…read more →