parking requirements

With Fewer Cars and Drivers, What To Do With Empty Garages?

By Jon Anderson / March 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

First I came for your kitchen, now I’m coming for your garage. I’ve noticed a trend over the past year at the Oak Lawn Committee – applicants seeking less parking than is required by the PD-193 ordinance. A hotel will be seeking half of the parking required, and an office building cutting a third. Each […]

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Nazarians Push For Bishop Arts Village Zoning Change Request to Allow Hotel and Event Use

By Amanda Popken / December 14, 2016 / 1 Comment

Update 12/16/16 from yesterday’s Plan Commission meeting: after much conversation, commissioners voted to hold the motion until the January 19th meeting. Neighbors will be meeting with Rob Baldwin, the developer’s zoning rep after the New Year to clarify recent changes to the zoning amendment request. Arts Village, LLC (aka Exxir Capital, aka the Nazarian family) […]

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Parking and Patios in Uptown Under Seige

By Amanda Popken / November 30, 2016 / 4 Comments

Video courtesy of Uptown Dallas, Inc. Something has to be done. Uptown is beginning to feel a bit like Greenville Ave. did a few years back. Remember? The late night crime and violence, residential streets overrun with youthful overindulgence, and uninvited visitors parking in front of residences … to put it nicely.  Uptown is on the cusp […]

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