Bishop Arts

Crescent Communities Brings their A Game to Bishop Arts District

By Amanda Popken / July 18, 2016 / 6 Comments

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 […]

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DTales with David Griffin: Justo Blanco Brings the Science of Food to the Bishop Arts

By Candy Evans / February 4, 2016 / 1 Comment

I have had a crush on David Griffin since the first day we met. (A whole lot of people in Dallas feel the same way!) I even recall meeting and adoring his sweet, darling mother who, had they lived next door, would have been my dear mama’s bestie. Anyhow, I can get a lot more […]

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Alamo Manhattan’s Bishop Gateway Project Moves Forward with Good Reviews

By Amanda Popken / November 2, 2015 / 1 Comment

  If you’ve been following the Bishop Gateway project near the Bishop Arts District in North Oak Cliff, you know it’s been quite a contentious project. If you haven’t been following, here’s an overview along with an¬†update. Either way, take note of the process they’re going through. The first-pass draft of the project showed hideously […]

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Politics is more Palatable with Booze: Bar Politics Housing and Development Edition Starts Tonight

By Amanda Popken / September 1, 2015 / 0 Comments

By Amanda Popken Special Contributor It’s only the fifth installment of Bar Politics, so if you have no idea what this is, you’re not that out of the loop. You’ll definitely want to check out this amateur roadshow this month if you’re at all interested in housing, development, real estate, and the gentrification-storm we’re preparing […]

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Ultra Modern Townhomes Designed by Richard Drummond Davis, Coming to the Garden District of Oak Cliff in Bishop Arts

By Candy Evans / June 30, 2015 / 0 Comments

I have been dying to tell you about this for weeks, but just now getting the dirt. And bear with me, because I am still checking the facts but I am so excited I just couldn’t sit on this. A very cool, high quality project is on its way to 10th and Adams in Oak […]

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