Shipley Architects

Will Dallas Inner City Growth, Urban Infill Change Our City for Better Or Worse?

By Leah Shafer / February 29, 2016 / 2 Comments

Dallas is experiencing phenomenal inner city growth. Neighborhoods like Oak Cliff, the Trinity River Corridor, Deep Ellum, Ross Avenue, and the Design District are seeing urban infill like never before, showing up in all scales and types. These changes are remaking the city and opening up new opportunities for residents and businesses alike. But when we look […]

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Developer Diane Cheatham Advocates Modern, Sustainable Living in Dallas

By Leah Shafer / August 7, 2015 / 1 Comment

Dallas developer Diane Cheatham is a dedicated modernist and committed environmentalist. As CEO of Urban Edge Developers, Ltd., Cheatham has brought those values to her work in multiple settings, from small infill condos and townhomes that won multiple design awards, to her masterpiece at Urban Reserve, a signature modern neighborhood that uses sustainable features creatively. It’s […]

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A Houseboat in Dallas? You Betcha, Wedding Planks and Less than 1500 Square Feet in the Urban Reserve

By Candy Evans / March 19, 2013 / 2 Comments

Last week I saw that Dan Shipley’s brilliant design team over at Shipley Architects got posted on ArchDailey, one of my fave sites. This home is located over in the Urban Reserve, Diane Cheatham’s ahead-of- it’s-time green enclave of zero-lot line modern residences near both a light-rail station and the Northaven Trail. The area’s location was […]

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