Alliance Residential

Jon Anderson: In Close Vote, Oak Lawn Committee Approves Contentious Lincoln Katy Trail Apartments

By Jon Anderson / February 8, 2018 / 31 Comments

By a narrow margin, Lincoln Property won support from the Oak Lawn Committee in a 16-to-14 vote for their Lincoln Katy Trail project on Carlisle and Hall Streets Wednesday night.  This pivotal vote essentially opens up MF-2 zoned properties (36 feet in height) in the area east of the Katy Trail, from Uptown to West […]

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Lincoln Katy Trail Meeting Correction

By Jon Anderson / February 5, 2018 / 2 Comments

At last week’s Lincoln meeting at Turtle Creek Terrace concerning their Lincoln Katy Trail project a question was asked about affordable housing units.  It was asked how many Toll Brothers was providing.  Some didn’t think there were any affordable units in that project.  I volunteered that there was a 10 percent affordable component. I was […]

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Alliance Goes Round 3 With Oak Lawn Committee, Offers New Vision for Armstrong And Cole Project

By Jon Anderson / October 4, 2017 / 2 Comments

Often developers show up to the Oak Lawn Committee looking for approval for a proposed project before hitting Dallas’ City Plan Commission and council.  But sometimes they just need a little help.  Last night’s OLC meeting was a little of both. The first of three cases revolved around a project that had been blessed a […]

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Hillwood Buzzkills Helipad Upon Oak Lawn Committee Return, Alliance Residential Falls Short

By Jon Anderson / August 2, 2017 / 4 Comments

In April, Hillwood presented their conceptual renderings to the Oak Lawn Committee (OLC) for a 16-story office building on the empty corner of Cedar Springs and Turtle Creek.  You know the lot … the one you’ve been wondering why nothing had been built on it for over 30 years. Nods and smiles turned to WTF […]

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