Zoning

Founders Park Land Swap Development Stalls Out

By Amanda Popken / January 22, 2019 / 4 Comments

After over a year of meeting with neighbors, stakeholders, and City of Dallas staff, the WindMass Capital development team has thrown in the towel just before this Wednesday’s City Council meeting where they would have been on the agenda to move forward on a very complicated deal. WindMass owns the Founders Square Apartments. Over the […]

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Michael Amonett: To Preserve Neighborhoods, You Have to Participate

By Joanna England / December 12, 2018 / 0 Comments

By Michael Amonett Guest Columnist An authorized hearing has been set in motion to rezone an area in Oak Cliff at the intersection of Hampton and Clarendon roads.  The area was once a small farming community settled in the 1870s called Jimtown. Clarendon Road was Jimtown Road, and was built along the old Santa Fe […]

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Pink Wall PD-15: Meeting 3 Moves the Ball Further Down the Path

By Jon Anderson / August 31, 2017 / 2 Comments

For those just joining our story, the Pink Wall is pocket of multi-family condominiums bordering the mansions and McMansions of Preston Hollow located at the northeast corner of Northwest Highway and Preston Road.  Within the area is Planned Development District 15 (PD-15) that includes the buildings above and fronts Northwest Highway between the Preston Tower […]

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Pink Wall PD-15 Meets Again: More Density OK, Now The Work Begins

By Jon Anderson / August 16, 2017 / 0 Comments

Last night marked the second meeting of the Pink Wall PD-15 task force gathered together to address increased density in the area. As a reminder, the Pink Wall is essentially the northeast corner of Preston and Northwest Hwy.  PD-15 is roughly the space between the Preston Tower and Athena residential high-rises. If you missed last […]

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