North Oak Cliff

Plans for the Oak Farms Dairy Site Were Just Released, And it’s the Bishop Arts Gateway Debacle All Over Again

By Joanna England / February 17, 2016 / 3 Comments

Well, You might as well call this round two of the battle over the look and feel of the Oak Cliff Gateway, as Good Fulton & Farrell just released a video of the firm’s initial plans for the redevelopment of the Oak Farms Dairy site. It’s a very visually prominent area, and what could be considered the […]

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Alamo Manhattan’s Bishop Arts Gateway Project Goes Before Dallas City Council Feb. 24

By Joanna England / February 1, 2016 / 1 Comment

The proposed Bishop Arts Gateway project on one of the hottest corners in North Oak Cliff fueled quite the quibble between Dallas City Council members Lee Kleinman and Scott Griggs today, as the city of Dallas economic development committee voted to approve Alamo Manhattan’s request for more than $11 million in Oak Cliff Gateway tax […]

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North Oak Cliff Church Annex Converted into Inspiring Live-Work Space

By Joanna England / January 21, 2016 / 3 Comments

Imagine you had close to 10,000 square feet of raw, usable live-work space in one of the hottest areas of North Oak Cliff. The possibilities are endless for the creative, passionate buyer. We’ve already seen what a quality commercial live-work conversion looks like in the sizzling Dallas Design District. Imagine you could have all that […]

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Dallas Power And Light Building Purchased by Which Wich Founder Jeff Sinelli

By Joanna England / September 16, 2015 / 1 Comment

It’s confirmed: Which Wich founder Jeff Sinelli was the lucky person to purchase the Dallas Power and Light building at 115 S. Tyler Street. His first order of business? Restoring the neon signage that will return to its rightful place atop the historic building. The property was marketed by broker Randall Simpson for noted preservationist […]

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Light Up Your Real Estate Portfolio: Historic North Oak Cliff DP&L Building on Market for $1.6M

By Joanna England / July 29, 2015 / 3 Comments

    By Katrina Whatley Special Contributor Dallas is fortunate to have plethora of housing styles. You want something by a contemporary architect? We have many innovative, world-class examples. Want a charming 1920s Tudor or a Craftsman bungalow? We have several neighborhoods with beautiful offerings — both large and small — from Swiss Avenue to […]

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Spanish-Style Mansion on W. Colorado Hits Auction Block July 7

By Joanna England / June 22, 2015 / 2 Comments

Word comes from The Advocate that the Spanish-style mansion at 1704 W. Colorado Blvd. will be auctioned on the steps of the George Allen Courts building on Commerce St. July 7. The home, which has raised the hackles of neighbors after hosting weddings on the grounds. Still, we are absolutely saddened by the thought of […]

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