city planning

PD-15 Meeting #6: Discussion Leads to Deeper Understanding

By Jon Anderson / September 14, 2018 / 3 Comments

The latest PD-15 meeting was interesting and odd. Unlike in prior meetings, this session was more of a conversation between committee members and city staffers Andrew Ruegg, Neva Dean and City Plan Commissioner Margot Murphy. It was a chance to ask questions of staff and each other to explore the next steps and possibilities moving […]

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Downtown Dallas Inc. Wants Your Input to Update the 360 Plan

By Amanda Popken / June 25, 2015 / 3 Comments

By Amanda Popken Special Contributor It’s been 4 years since the Downtown360 plan was created, and so much has changed! It’s time for an update. This week, Downtown Dallas Inc. held the kickoff meeting to begin soliciting input. The input phase will last through October, then the technical studies, microplans, and implementation plans phase will continue through […]

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Dear City of Dallas, Please Read Angela Hunt’s Latest Column

By Joanna England / January 28, 2015 / 0 Comments

I can’t stress enough how important it is to read Angela Hunt’s latest column in the Advocate. I’ll give you the basic jist, but it’s definitely worth a read because it falls right in line with what Vishaan Chakrabarti told us ahead of The Dallas Festival of Ideas: Quit worrying so much about being “world […]

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Lewisville Old Town Redevelopment Creates Vibrant Entertainment, Living Destination

By Leah Shafer / December 12, 2014 / 0 Comments

When you think of hip, fun destinations to live, work, and play in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the city of Lewisville is not usually at the top of the list. But city leaders in this northern suburb of almost 100,000 residents are changing that as redevelopment moves into full swing in the Old Town area. New […]

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