Lincoln Property Company

Denied But Returning: Lincoln Katy Trail Has More Lives Than A Cat

By Jon Anderson / January 9, 2019 / 8 Comments

City Council took up the long in the tooth Lincoln Katy Trail project at Wednesday’s evening meeting after failing City Plan Commission in November. In an attempt to sweeten the deal to an affordable housing-hungry city council, Lincoln raised their affordable component from five percent to 15 percent (from 15 to 45 units). And many […]

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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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Lincoln’s Christmas Present to Katy Project Neighbors Less Than Hoped For

By Jon Anderson / January 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Perhaps the folks at Lincoln Property are skint of holiday party invites? I mean, why else would they expect the neighbors surrounding their proposed project at Carlisle and Bowen to be available to meet the week before Christmas?  And with less than a week’s notice? You may recall I reported on this particular project just […]

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Lincoln Katy Trail: Angela Hunt’s Latest Client Upzone Request

By Jon Anderson / October 25, 2017 / 28 Comments

In today’s D Frontburner blog, I traced the trail of Angela Hunt’s transition from District 14’s city council advocate battling inappropriate development in Oak Lawn to being an emissary for developers.  Here, I want to explore the Lincoln Katy Trail project where Hunt is representing Lincoln Property. (Click here for Frontburner article) It’s important to […]

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Exclusive: Half Price Books Vice President Kathy Doyle Thomas Dishes on Their First Foray Into Commercial Real Estate

By Joanna England / February 3, 2015 / 2 Comments

In the interest of full disclosure, I should go ahead and say that my husband works for Half Price Books. But honestly, I’d be a fan of the company regardless. I’ve always been interested in how Pat Anderson grew a company from a 1,000-square-foot laundromat into a national brand, all without relinquishing the used bookstore […]

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Cabana Hotel Has Perfect Location for a New High Rise, But The Poor Pup Needs a LOT of Work!

By Candy Evans / November 13, 2014 / 4 Comments

  I was down at The House yesterday, where I about fainted when I toured some of the few units left to sell: gorgeous and such a bargain! From the 25th floor, I looked out and saw the Margaret Hunt Hill bridge rising in her majesty, as if she was part of The House design. […]

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