Developing North Oak Cliff

North Oak Cliff Development Update Part 3: Townhomes Galore

By Amanda Popken / July 2, 2018 / 0 Comments

This is about to become a common sight in our beloved Bishop Arts District neighborhood. In fact this sight is just off Bishop, across from the Laughing Willow. There are demo’d vacant lots in the middle of neighborhoods all over North Oak Cliff’s most popular entertainment district. I’ve found three new ones within the last […]

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North Oak Cliff Development Update: Several Projects Close to Closing Phase 1

By Amanda Popken / June 1, 2018 / 3 Comments

If it’s been a few months since you last drove through the Davis/Zang intersection near the Bishop Arts District, you likely wouldn’t recognize where you are now. Buildings five stories tall are going up on three of the four corners, and a new CVS stands where El Corazón was. Melba St., on the other side […]

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Ged Dipprey’s Restored Bark-Brick Prairie in Oak Cliff is Giving Us Life

By Amy Puchaty / December 8, 2017 / 2 Comments

Hold on to your cocoa, folks, this listing is hot, hot, hot! Located just one mile from Dallas’ trendy Bishop Arts District – yes you read that right – sits this gorgeous, three-bedroom, two-bathroom beauty that has been extensively restored and priced to sell!

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Bishop Arts Melba Townhomes Embody Urban Elegance in Vibrant District

By Candy Evans / September 20, 2017 / 1 Comment
Bishop Arts Melba Townhomes Embody Urban Elegance In Vibrant District | CandysDirt.com

Redevelopment of Bishop Arts is transforming this North Oak Cliff neighborhood into one of the hottest live-work-play destinations in Dallas.  Millions of dollars are pouring in and now is the time to buy. The new Bishop Arts Melba Townhomes at 418 Melba St. are an example of the fabulous builds in the area — these townhomes […]

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An Honest Conversation on Our Changing Oak Cliff

By Amanda Popken / July 27, 2017 / 5 Comments

This morning’s panel discussion on Oak Cliff: Challenges + Opportunities for the Urban Neighborhood was a strikingly honest — almost uncomfortably honest — conversation, both between the panelists and in the Q&A. The panel brought together two well-established Oak Cliff developers — David Spence of Good Space and Monte Anderson of Options Real Estate — […]

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The Future of Bishop Arts: A Neighborhood Conversation on The Pedestrian Scale

By Amanda Popken / June 22, 2015 / 2 Comments

Surprisingly, the discussion this past Tuesday (last week) over the future of Bishop Arts didn’t devolve into a gripe-fest. The evening began with a showing of The Human Scale at the Texas Theater. The film by Scandinavian architect Jan Ghel explores the state of cities and the evolution of our understanding of  the human habitat. […]

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