Summary of Last Week’s DFWREimagined Stories

Dallas Streetcar Update/Map

How urban design is making our cities more verdant, walkable, and sociable

Walkable Dallas-Fort Worth suggests ways to make green space of Dallas Arts District more useful

Decades in the making, Dallas’ Cityplace is developing last 16 acres

New York investor buys apartments along Gaston and Live Oak

Texas Wide Open for Business

Zang Triangle Apartments in North Oak Cliff

DART will complete Green Line and open 15 new stations December 6

Dallas-Fort Worth apartment rents will rise / Homeownership Down

“Cities” may not matter as much as we think – regions and neighborhoods are where things actually happen

Young Adults Don’t All Want Cars

Gourmet food trucks spice up the Arts District

Huffines Kicks Off $300M Transit-Oriented Development

Boutique Hotel in the Cedars (South Side at Lamar)

Hispanics, Texas, and the Future of American Politics

Real Estate Returns Expected To Be Subdued By Macroeconomic Transformations

Sports spectaculars unlikely to spur mass transit for Arlington

Dallas Implosion Makes Way for First Baptist Development

About Bob Voelker

Head of the Munsch Hardt (Dallas law firm) Hospitality & Mixed Use Development Group, and former developer of affordable housing. I'm i
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