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Old Posted Jun 5, 2012, 11:47 AM
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I can't quite see the sign and it's been 6 months since I've been down there, but is that fenced off lot going to be one of the new Victory apartment developments? Not "lot F" but the other one.
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looks like the Victory development furthest east. I swear I just saw a document on another site that mentioned none of the Victory developments starting until 2013. Perhaps they were referring to the other 3 that will be more affected by the parking garage fight.
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Couple of recent aerials of Klyde Warren Park...





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Apartment community starts north of downtown Dallas



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Published: 06 June 2012 09:58 AM

Construction has started on a 5-story apartment project at North Central Expressway and Carroll Avenue in Dallas. A Houston developer has purchased a development site north of downtown Dallas and has started construction on almost 400 apartments.

Hanover Co. has been working for months on plans for the project at North Central Expressway and Carroll Street near Cityplace.

Now the developer — which has done several projects in Dallas’ Uptown district — has broken ground.

“It’s a 396-unit, five-story luxury apartment complex,” said Hanover’s project manager, Taylor Pardue.

The rental community, called the Residences at Cityplace, will open next year.

Hanover purchased the 4.2-acre site from the Texas Department of Transportation. The vacant corner had been used as a staging area during construction on the expressway.
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I saw the dirt moving on this. All of the recent activity around cityplace is really transforming this area. Looking forward to the higher density elements being built in the coming years no the west village side.
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Old Posted Jun 11, 2012, 6:29 PM
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great shapes. I really like the matching streetscape being updated around downtown.
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A long time coming: Dallas Arts District office, residential project close to a start





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Blah. We wait 30 years, and all we're going to get (supposedly) is a 16 and 29-story tower. Megayawn.
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Old Posted Jun 18, 2012, 11:00 PM
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Blah. We wait 30 years, and all we're going to get (supposedly) is a 16 and 29-story tower. Megayawn.
I think we'll just end up with the 16 story one. The 29 story building is a future possibility for condos, but we know how popular condo highrises are these days. With this developers track record I think we will be lucky to see just the one get built.
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Pics of Klyde Warren Park from D Magazine...











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^^Going to be an awesome urban park when done.
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Some proposals for the Cotton Bowl renovations...

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That park is going to be really really nice. Congratulations Dallas - Atlanta is jealous! We need a park over our massive 20 lane divisive interstate like a smoker needs a respirator.
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A picture this morning from my office window of the Stoneleigh Residences going up.

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Renderings released of the new DFW DART rail station











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The DFW station looks very nice.
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