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Revived Braniff Building Among Four Projects Presented to The Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / February 5, 2020 / 1 Comment

A plan from Mehrdad Moayedi to resurrect the Braniff building was the highlight of the Feb. 4 Oak Lawn Committee meeting, says Jon Anderson.

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New Oak Lawn Starbucks Brings The Problems We Knew It Would

By Jon Anderson / February 4, 2020 / 9 Comments

What do you do when a contentious structure isn’t anything like the one developers proposed? Jon Anderson examines the predictable issues surrounding the Starbucks on Oak Lawn.

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Council Unanimously Approves Streetlights Development at Oak Lawn And Lemmon

By Jon Anderson / January 22, 2020 / 5 Comments

After passing City Plan Commission unanimously, it’s unsurprising that the Dallas City Council passed Streetlights’ plan to redevelop the forlorn Oak Lawn and Lemmon Avenue corner currently occupied by a Shell gas station and Pizza Hut, surrounded by surface parking. The lot has remained underutilized since the original movie theater was torn down in the 1980s.

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Oak Lawn Townhouses That Wow For $615K Or Less

By Amy Puchaty / January 13, 2020 / 3 Comments

Oh Oak Lawn, how we love thee, let us count the ways! Now more than ever, the lock-and-leave lifestyle of well-kept townhomes in Oak Lawn are a huge draw. And the upscale Dallas neighborhood is a great for empty-nesters and down-sizers alike. So we took to the streets to find two fantastic Oak Lawn homes […]

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The Designer Oak Lawn Condo You’ve Been Dreaming About

By Shelby Skrhak / December 11, 2019 / 0 Comments

Marc Kleinmann of Bauhaus Custom Homes doesn’t build big white boxes. Sure, this contemporary townhouse in Oak Lawn has a modular design, but this Melrose Heights Condominium is an exercise in what the Germany native does with unfettered lines, luxe finishes, and dramatic architecture. That’s why Phillip Murrell of Compass RE‘s listing at 4015 Wycliff […]

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Downzoning Oak Lawn’s Mansion Park Area Back On Docket

By Jon Anderson / December 6, 2019 / 9 Comments

The authorized hearing initiated (and paused) by former council member Philip Kingston is moving forward as new District 14 council member David Blewett continues clearing old issues. Wednesday night at Oak Lawn’s “Kroger library,” Blewett held a meeting to re-kickoff the process to downzone Mansion Park, a tony neighborhood in Oak Lawn. This all started […]

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