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Dallas City Council Ends 30-Month PD-15 Saga With 240-Foot Height

By Jon Anderson / September 12, 2019 / 15 Comments

Dallas City Council unanimously passed city staff’s plan for PD-15, which compromised on height, topping out at 240 feet. Some small changes were made to the plan. The general wisdom is that any city council vote requiring a supermajority due to opposition will be a nail-biter. And while certainly many a nail was chewed to […]

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Preston Center Parking Garage: City And Landowners at Opposite Ends of Right

By Jon Anderson / February 1, 2019 / 6 Comments

Last night. Council Member Jennifer Gates held the second public meeting about what to do with the dilapidated Preston Center parking garage. Since the first meeting back in September, consultants from Houston-based Walker Consultants have been busy scoping out concepts based on the Preston Road Area Plan (a bright spot in a dismal plan). ┬áThe […]

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My Services Offered: Preston Center Parking Garage Research Study

By Jon Anderson / April 12, 2017 / 3 Comments

Dear Chosen Consultant, I saw that NCTCOG (North Central Texas Council of Governments) issued an RFP (Request for Proposal) for a combined $400,000 study on the viability of parking structures in four areas of the Metroplex. Northwest Highway at Preston Road (Preston Center West) IH 635 East of Galleria (Dallas Midtown) Dallas Medical District (Southwest […]

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