Robert Dozier

City Being Bamboozled By Preston Center Landowners

By Jon Anderson / July 1, 2020 / 0 Comments

As April Fools’ jokes, I’ve written about the Crespi estate becoming a Costco, a green high-rise with dirt floors for farming, and this year’s tram system running along Turtle Creek. You might think this column is also a “gotcha.” But, it ain’t April. Yesterday I wrote about the city’s final report concerning options for the […]

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Preston Center Parking Garage Study Issues Final Report

By Jon Anderson / June 30, 2020 / 1 Comment

Preston Center is as out of place in Preston Hollow as a Hershey’s kiss on a Ritz-Carlton pillow. The land occupied by the Preston Center parking garage is the city’s biggest chance to fix that. Since the 2016 area plan recommended an expanded underground garage with a park on top, District 13 Dallas City Council […]

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Apartment or Nothing: How Saturday’s Election Will Influence the Future of Preston Center

By Candy Evans / May 2, 2019 / 3 Comments

Saturday is election day, and this one revolves around real estate centered in one Dallas city council district: District 13, where 17.6 percent of voters have cast early ballots. That’s the highest voting percentage in any city council district. There is the Behind the Pink Wall real estate quagmire, the condo owners and tenants who […]

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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).  The […]

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