Lincoln Property

Lincoln Katy Trail Project Fails Plan Commission Passage; Oak Lawn Committee On Notice

By Jon Anderson / November 15, 2018 / 4 Comments

Lincoln Property’s Lincoln Katy Trail project failed to gain support from City Plan Commission. However, mimicking the Oak Lawn Committee’s own waffling, Plan Commission’s vote was tighter than it might have been had the OLC been more crisp and decisive in its own votes on this project. Several Plan Commissioners voiced concerns about the OLC’s […]

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Revised Lincoln Katy Trail Denied Oak Lawn Committee Support

By Jon Anderson / November 14, 2018 / 0 Comments

News comes to us that Lincoln Property’s bid for Oak Lawn Committee (OLC) support for their revised plan has failed. You may recall the Lincoln Katy Trail project was essentially told last month by enough Plan Commissioners return to the OLC before returning to the City Plan Commission (CPC). Sources tell me that the OLC […]

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OLC Vets Five Projects: New Lemmon Central Market Revealed, Lincoln Katy Trail Returns

By Jon Anderson / November 14, 2018 / 3 Comments

Tuesday night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting was chockablock with five projects. The first peek will be of the proposed Central Market in the perennial unsuccessful supermarket location on McKinney between the Lemmon split. You may recall it as Albertsons or more recently Minyards. At first glance, this is pretty spanky and cool, but the devil […]

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As Predicted: Lincoln Katy Trail To Return To Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / November 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Clairvoyance can be a terrible burden. Thankfully, it didn’t take any special powers to foresee Lincoln Property Company returning to the Oak Lawn Committee for their Lincoln Katy Trail project. After seeing the reactions of City Plan Commissioners on Sept. 22 to Lincoln’s plan to skip a re-blessing by the Oak Lawn Committee to their very […]

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Lincoln Katy Trail Bypasses Oak Lawn Committee For Nov. 1 Plan Commission Meeting

By Jon Anderson / October 23, 2018 / 4 Comments

Lincoln Property has done some work to change their Lincoln Katy Trail project. Arguably, these changes should have been the result of the first thumbs-down from the Oak Lawn Committee (OLC) well over a year ago. Instead they come much, much later and only after having exhausted their ability to cram the project through the […]

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St. Michael’s Reboots Redevelopment Plans for Preston Center Plots

By Jon Anderson / September 19, 2018 / 1 Comment

Back in 2016, I took St. Michael and All Angels Episcopal Church to task on a bunch of things. The biggest being that while their representative was sitting silent on the Preston Center Task Force they were secretly negotiating with developers to plonk a 250,000 square foot office building on Douglas Avenue. After that scathing […]

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