Dallas Growth

Love Field Needs a Second Entrance, And Dallas Needs Better Access to City Information

By Jon Anderson / September 9, 2020 / 1 Comment

On August 20, the Parks and Recreation Board received a briefing from the Aviation Department about potential scenarios for adding a second entrance for Love Field – an idea that’s been kicking around for a few years. (Before we dive in, a reminder to paid and unpaid city staff working from home – Zoom requires […]

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PD-15 Press Conference Brings Brett Shipp Behind the Pink Wall

By Jon Anderson / September 4, 2019 / 1 Comment

Armed with scant facts and heavy hyperbole, hired hand Brett Shipp held a “press conference” next to Preston Tower Wednesday morning to bemoan the PD-15 zoning case that will finally land in the hands of the Dallas City Council (for better or worse) on September 11. Around 50 to 60 people attended. As Robert Wilonsky […]

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US Census Reports, Big D Became Much Bigger D in 2017

By Jon Anderson / March 23, 2018 / 0 Comments

Yesterday, the U.S. Census released their latest numbers tracking population growth and distribution.  Surprise, surprise! Six of the top 10 largest-gaining counties were in Texas.  Surprise, surprise, surprise! Four of those were in the Metroplex – Collin, Dallas, Denton, and Tarrant. Totted-up, from July 2016 to July 2017, the Metroplex added 146,238 new residents, the […]

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Dallas Growth: Regional Population Soars While Apartment Market Takes a Hit

By Joanna England / April 12, 2016 / 6 Comments

It seems like there’s a new press release with new data in our inbox every day telling us that more and more people are moving to Dallas now than ever before. And just as often we are reading news stories about slow apartment leasing and price reductions in some areas of the market. If you’ve […]

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The Walls Are Rising: AIA Dallas to Screen 1967 Film on The Future of Dallas

By Joanna England / January 12, 2015 / 0 Comments

Past, meet future. It’s just incredible how often we think and talk about the destiny of our city and how it is tied to the Trinity River. The discussion we’re having about this natural resource that bisects Dallas, some of them behind closed doors, isn’t a new one. In fact, we’ve been talking about the […]

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Classing Up: Townhomes at the Intersection of Inwood & Forest To Be Replaced, Redeveloped (YEAH!)

By Candy Evans / October 24, 2014 / 15 Comments

8:38 a.m. This post has been updated. I say it’s about time: the northwest corner of Inwood and Forest, known as “Forest Wood”, is going to get a much-needed facelift. Wait, strike that: try a major gutting from the ground up. Yep, those 1974 rental townhomes are about to go far away, replaced by sturdier, prettier, […]

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