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OLC Vets Five Projects: New Lemmon Central Market Revealed, Lincoln Katy Trail Returns

By Jon Anderson / November 14, 2018 / 3 Comments

Tuesday night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting was chockablock with five projects. The first peek will be of the proposed Central Market in the perennial unsuccessful supermarket location on McKinney between the Lemmon split. You may recall it as Albertsons or more recently Minyards. At first glance, this is pretty spanky and cool, but the devil […]

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Turtle Creek Update: Teixeira Duarte and Lincoln Property

By Jon Anderson / September 4, 2018 / 7 Comments

On Thursday, September 6, the Dallas Parks and Recreation Board will evaluate the landscape design for Teixeira Duarte’s by right high-rise at 3407 North Hall Street. The lot has an interesting history of ownership and failed deals – including the Renaissance condo developer not buying the parcel when he had the chance. Teixeira Duarte (TD) […]

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City Plan Commission Hears Two Oak Lawn Committee Vetted Projects

By Jon Anderson / July 20, 2018 / 4 Comments

It’s difficult being (unpaid) on the City Plan Commission. It’s 9 p.m. and they broke for 10 minutes for a bite to eat before plowing through on another case. Following the lot replatting cases and a West Dallas mobile home park, two Oak Lawn Committee cases hit the horseshoe about the time most of you […]

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Oak Lawn Committee Reviews Melrose Hotel’s Brother by Another Mother

By Jon Anderson / April 4, 2018 / 4 Comments

Last night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting was a little more precise with their Robert’s Rules than prior meetings.  Given the past few tense months (here, here), I’m not surprised that precision is being used to combat disruption. However, while not disruptive, one member seemed hell-bent on chucking the evening’s projects through the chute by calling […]

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Oak Lawn Committee Finally Sees Architecture Dallas Needs More Of

By Jon Anderson / March 7, 2018 / 1 Comment

It’s difficult to be in two places at once.  That’s what a reporter’s contacts are for. In addition to last night’s Pink Wall towers’ meeting at the Athena, the Oak Lawn Committee held their monthly clambake (their first since the Lincoln Katy Trail ordeal). As if to bookend that contention, Prescott arrived with their proposal to […]

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