downtown Dallas

Walk Dallas: Parking Lots That Blight And Hold Hope

By Jon Anderson / May 11, 2020 / 3 Comments

The first “Walk Dallas” column elicited a lot of comments from people enjoying a trip through downtown. This week, I’m reverting to character and taking a similar three-mile walk through downtown looking at the ugliness of parking garages. This week’s walk also begins at the Crescent Court because part of this literal exercise is to […]

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Walk Dallas: Experience The City As You Never Will Again

By Jon Anderson / April 29, 2020 / 15 Comments

Can I walk on the Katy Trail? What day is it? Are the restrictions by first name or last name? Here’s an idea, don’t go. I haven’t walked the length of the trail in many weeks. I go elsewhere. Even if you think you know your city – your neighborhood – you don’t. I used […]

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Zoom Through Dallas With These Virtual Tours

By Amy Puchaty / April 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

From a lakefront villa to a country-chic compound to a hip downtown condo, these Dallas virtual tours offer something for everyone. Take a look around and let us know what you think. Dallas real estate stops for no one! And each of these homes are waiting for a buyer like you. Lakefront Looker At Villa […]

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Brands Act as Coronavirus Cases Surge in North Texas

By Joanna England / April 6, 2020 / 0 Comments

The Statler opens its guest rooms to those fighting COVID-19, NAR offers Realtors free teleheath resources, and a local Dallas designer shows you how to make a mask in this week’s news roundup.

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30 Years Later, Completed AMLI Fountain Place Joins Skyline (Almost) as Henry Cobb Intended

By Heather Hunter / March 9, 2020 / 0 Comments

With cranes disappearing from Fountain Place plaza, AMLI Fountain Place nears completion. Some 30 years after I.M. Pei’s iconic tower graced the Dallas skyline, we’re finally seeing the companion building architect Henry N. Cobb always intended. Well, almost as he intended. AMLI Fountain Place a Fraternal Twin Cobb’s original design called for two identical towers, […]

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Here’s Why You Should Skip TXDoT’s Meetings on I-345 This Week

By Jon Anderson / December 3, 2019 / 22 Comments

Last night, TXDoT conducted their first community meeting as they explore what to do with I-345 – the highway at the eastern edge of downtown that connects I-45 and US-75. I’d guestimate some 250 people trekked to the St. Philip’s School and Community Center in Southern Dallas, and  I’d bet all of them were disappointed. […]

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