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Stevens Park Village: One of Dallas’ Most Hidden Neighborhoods

By Deb R. Brimer / May 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Stevens Park Village may be nestled off-the-beaten-path between Colorado Boulevard and the edge of North Oak Cliff, but the amazing Dallas skyline is in plain sight from hilltops in the hidden neighborhood. That’s one of the many advantages that villagers enjoy. The location, just a stone’s throw from Interstate 30 and downtown, is another one. […]

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Preservationist is on a Mission to Revive Vintage Style in Stevens Park Village

By Joanna England / August 25, 2015 / 0 Comments

On the other side of Fort Worth Avenue, just off of W. Colorado Blvd. is a quiet enclave of 176 homes called Stevens Park Village. The North Oak Cliff neighborhood, first developed by Annie Stevens between 1939 and 1941, feels homey and quaint, full of Austin stone Prairie-style cottages — even a few Dilbecks! – […]

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Lofts at Sylvan|Thirty Catch Fire Second Time After Welding Torch Ignites Unoccupied Unit

By Joanna England / October 15, 2014 / 0 Comments

Cooper Smith Koch, a spokesman for Sylvan|Thirty, said that the small fire in the unoccupied portion of the loft development within the mixed-use development at Sylvan and Fort Worth avenues was extinguished, causing some fire, smoke, and water damage to the still under-construction building. According to DallasNews.com, it was a four-alarm blaze at the $50 […]

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Lease of the Week: Lofts at Sylvan | Thirty Are Accepting Applications Now

By Joanna England / July 2, 2014 / 0 Comments

Sylvan|Thirty is the next big thing in West Dallas. It’s a live/work/play new urbanism center that is already drawing some great tenants, including Cox Farms, Teiichi Sakura’s “Ten” ramen restaurant, wine bar and cafe Bottega Italia, plus many more shops and restaurants. If this sounds like a the spot for you, Sylvan|Thirty is now accepting […]

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Will West Dallas Apartment Projects Bring Critical Mass to an Underserved Area?

By Joanna England / May 23, 2014 / 4 Comments

Steve Brown’s dissection of the new apartment projects in West Dallas says that this area with incredible views of downtown and the Calatrava bridge will become the next big industrial-to-residential transition in Dallas. But what impact will these 1,300 brand new apartments have on the existing infrastructure? And will this redevelopment become a model for […]

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