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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.
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Construction is underway on the $1.6 billion, 175-acre Wade Park mixed-use development in Frisco, but Atlanta-based developer Thomas Land & Development is ready to expand the project's plans.
The development firm is enthusiastic it can play a part in Frisco's "major growth," with Wade Park, President and CEO Stan Thomas said. That enthusiasm is playing out in expanding the vision of the project.
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One of Uptown Dallas’ biggest developers plans to break ground later this year on a 33-story residential tower.
Harwood International’s project will be the first high-rise condominium building started in Dallas since the end of the recession.
Called Bleu Ciel, the building will be constructed on a bluff at the end of North Harwood Street.