Walkable Neighborhoods

Walkable Cities: Dallas Scores 30, While University Park Snags Most Walkable 'Hood Because Duh, There Are Sidewalks

By Candy Evans / August 20, 2013 / 4 Comments

I sigh not because I do not enjoy walking, but because all this “walkable” talk is so annoying in our climate right now. Oh, I know we have had a really mild summer — last week we would have sat outside in the evening had it not been for the mosquitoes and West Nile.. Really, […]

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What Will Demolishing Dallas’ Highway 345 Do For Downtown’s Real Estate Market?

By Joanna England / June 14, 2013 / 22 Comments

As you’ve no doubt heard, there’s a movement afoot to tear down Highway 345 — a stretch of elevated asphalt that spans from Deep Ellum and north to Woodall Rogers Freeway. Doing so, proponents claim, will connect the east side of the city center to downtown and create a more walkable environment. I’m all for […]

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What Will Demolishing Dallas' Highway 345 Do For Downtown's Real Estate Market?

By Joanna England / June 14, 2013 / 11 Comments

As you’ve no doubt heard, there’s a movement afoot to tear down Highway 345 — a stretch of elevated asphalt that spans from Deep Ellum and north to Woodall Rogers Freeway. Doing so, proponents claim, will connect the east side of the city center to downtown and create a more walkable environment. I’m all for […]

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