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Postby cowboyeagle05 » 13 Jul 2018 11:12

I have never been in that Fiesta but its definitely in that perfect to become a good crossover store. Appeal to the newbies who are looking for a reliable traditional suburban grocery format while staying true to the existing neighborhood culture.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby ericthegardener » 13 Jul 2018 11:17

I agree. The better Fiesta's seem to do a good job of serving a number of different communities. They're really unique in that respect.

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Postby cowboyeagle05 » 13 Jul 2018 11:27

I certainly enjoyed the Garland location when I visited it back in the day for the sheer variety of some ingredients that are regulated to one small section in Kroger.

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Postby dallaz » 13 Jul 2018 12:01

Certain Fiesta locations are good, but other locations are a TOTAL miss. The Fiesta in South Oak Cliff on Lancaster Road and Kiest Blvd is nasty. My mother happens to live in area and I was just going to pick up a few groceries for her. The whole store smelled like rotting seafood. Yes, they do have a fresh seafood department but the whole store smelled absolutely terrible! Mind you, I’m a pretty simple shopper and I can deal with most things...but the uncleanliness and the foul smell turned me off. Instead, I went to the Kroger in Wynnewood.

I agree with the poster above, Fiesta does a great job serving different communities. The SOC store has a majority African American clientele and the product selection reflects that. I just can’t believe the store management would allow a store to operate without much care.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby lakewoodhobo » 13 Jul 2018 12:54

ericthegardener wrote:The Fiesta on Jefferson is the closest grocer to my home, so I end up going there quite a bit to pick up something I am missing for a meal. It's not super clean and the product selection is not great, but it's close. Having said that, I have been to quite a few of the other Fiesta's in Dallas and Richardson and most of them have a much better product selection and are nicer. There seems to be quite a variance from Fiesta to Fiesta depending on the area it serves. With all of the new residents (with different tastes and shopping habits) moving into the immediate area, I'm wondering if the Jefferson Fiesta will be changing how it operates. It's never going to be a Central Market or Whole Foods replacement, but I would love it if the Jefferson Fiesta upped their game enough to become my go to grocery store.


I'm hoping the new owners of Fiesta make some changes to the one on Jefferson or just shut it down and let a different chain run it. HEB certainly won't come here, but Winco or Sprouts could.

Otherwise, there's another chunk of land (formerly?) owned by Dallas County Schools along N Beckley that would be good for a grocery store.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby ericthegardener » 16 Jul 2018 09:36

I was reading a thread about the Wynnewood Kroger on one of the Oak Cliff Facebook groups, and several people mentioned the rumor of a Sprouts coming to the property that currently houses El Fenix at the SE corner of Colorado and Beckley. Anybody here heard anything about that?

I guess this is moving away from the direct Bishop Arts area. I'll post in the grocery store thread as well if mods need to delete this.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby lakewoodhobo » 25 Jul 2018 18:41

Novel Bishop Arts is almost done, and on the other side (not pictured) crews are working on the streetcar plaza facing Victor Prosper.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby DPatel304 » 25 Jul 2018 20:56

Wow, I haven't been down to this area in months, but this intersection is looking very nice!

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby ericthegardener » 25 Jul 2018 21:22

So, how close are we to new shops and restaurants opening?

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Warrior2015 » 25 Jul 2018 21:35

This reminds me of an intersection in Chicago

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 26 Jul 2018 11:23

ericthegardener wrote:So, how close are we to new shops and restaurants opening?


So far only Exxir has been signing new tenants for their development: Tribal, Macellaio and Azucar Ice Cream are all new, with a ramen shop by the owners of Lucia and Macellaio coming soon... I assume it'll also go into an Exxir space.

I don't think any tenants are in a hurry to take space on Zang and Davis until those apartments start to fill up or Central Market breaks ground. Maybe west of Madison is the safest bet because it feels like a seamless transition from the main activity in Bishop Arts.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Warrior2015 » 22 Sep 2018 14:35

Go to the website and watch the video on how Novel Bishop Arts will look at the ground level. It looks pretty nice to me.
https://novelbishoparts.com

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby clcrash19 » 24 Sep 2018 08:22

very nice!

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby exelone31 » 24 Sep 2018 13:23

Can't wait to play this area on The Sims

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby lakewoodhobo » 24 Sep 2018 15:25

Didn't realize this, but Reagan Elementary is on DISD's list of buildings to demolish, which you can find here: https://www.boarddocs.com/tx/disd/Board ... rkshop.pdf

That land should sell in no time to a developer wanting to build the next 300 apartments in Bishop Arts.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Cbdallas » 24 Sep 2018 15:58

Will be exciting to see this area once all of those apartments being built are filled with people. This are should be very energized even on Monday evenings and will end up a cool destination on the streetcar.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Warrior2015 » 24 Sep 2018 16:09

lakewoodhobo wrote:Didn't realize this, but Reagan Elementary is on DISD's list of buildings to demolish, which you can find here: https://www.boarddocs.com/tx/disd/Board ... rkshop.pdf

That land should sell in no time to a developer wanting to build the next 300 apartments in Bishop Arts.

Are they still going to build that boutique hotel in bishop arts ?

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Tnexster » 24 Sep 2018 21:08

That looks very nice!

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Postby cowboyeagle05 » 25 Sep 2018 08:13

Warrior2015 wrote:
lakewoodhobo wrote:Didn't realize this, but Reagan Elementary is on DISD's list of buildings to demolish, which you can find here: https://www.boarddocs.com/tx/disd/Board ... rkshop.pdf

That land should sell in no time to a developer wanting to build the next 300 apartments in Bishop Arts.

Are they still going to build that boutique hotel in bishop arts ?


Well, the developer is in the process of building the Bishop Arts Village project now and since he got the zoning he wanted I would assume its still a part of his planned tenant mix.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Matt777 » 25 Sep 2018 09:27

There's a lot of lovely old schools on that demolish list.... really? Do we even have the money for that? What kind of crap are they going to slap up in the place of these gracious older buildings? Travis elementary in Uptown is on the demolish/sell list.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby mcrdal15 » 25 Sep 2018 10:47

Matt777 wrote:There's a lot of lovely old schools on that demolish list.... really? Do we even have the money for that? What kind of crap are they going to slap up in the place of these gracious older buildings? Travis elementary in Uptown is on the demolish/sell list.


I wouldn't exactly describe Travis Elementary as a lovely old building. Now if they were going to demolish North Dallas High School, that would be another story.

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 25 Sep 2018 10:55

Not terribly surprised that Travis is on that list since it's probably the only one that can be replaced by a high-rise, and at least they're proposing to build a new Travis on Fitzhugh and Central.

I have no idea how they came up with this plan and how close to final it is, but I know it'll make a lot of parents very upset.

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 05 Oct 2018 11:09

Nora is moving from Lower Greenville to the Exxir Bishop Arts development. Middle Eastern and South Asian food is sorely lacking in Bishop Arts, so I think this will do well.

Beloved Lower Greenville Eatery Nora Will Move to the Bishop Arts District
https://dallas.eater.com/2018/10/2/1792 ... ishop-arts


I hope this is one of several places that decide to cross to Oak Cliff rather than shut down or move to Legacy West.

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Postby DPatel304 » 16 Nov 2018 10:43

lakewoodhobo wrote:Nora is moving from Lower Greenville to the Exxir Bishop Arts development. Middle Eastern and South Asian food is sorely lacking in Bishop Arts, so I think this will do well.

Beloved Lower Greenville Eatery Nora Will Move to the Bishop Arts District
https://dallas.eater.com/2018/10/2/1792 ... ishop-arts


I hope this is one of several places that decide to cross to Oak Cliff rather than shut down or move to Legacy West.


I've never eaten here, but I can see this being a good fit for Bishop Arts.

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Postby Tnexster » 26 Nov 2018 08:50

‘They’re starting to like pan dulce:’ A panaderia near Bishop Arts draws customers with updates on tradition

https://www.dallasnews.com/news/oak-cli ... -tradition

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Tnexster » 19 Dec 2018 14:52

Do wine and tacos go together? Try 'em at Taco y Vino in Oak Cliff

https://www.dallasnews.com/life/wine-sp ... -oak-cliff

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Dtown214 » 20 Dec 2018 01:19

I always wanted to try that panaderia location maybe this time I am in the area I will

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby lakewoodhobo » 31 Dec 2018 15:45

Drove around Bishop Arts today and when passing the Alamo Manhattan buildings I noticed a couple of signs for businesses that are coming soon.

White Rhino Coffee will open their fourth location here and it's confirmed on their website: https://whiterhinocoffee.com/locations/bishop-arts

The other sign simply said "Sidecar" or at least that's all I noticed. I suppose it's some kind of tavern.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby ericthegardener » 31 Dec 2018 19:11

Thanks for the update! I drive past almost daily, but hadn't noticed the signs.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby HarryMoto » 31 Dec 2018 20:56

lakewoodhobo wrote:White Rhino Coffee will open their fourth location here and it's confirmed on their website: https://whiterhinocoffee.com/locations/bishop-arts


Never heard of White Rhino but it's interesting that, with locations in Red Oak, Cedar Hill, Waxahachie and now Oak Cliff, they seem to specialize in serving the southern end of DFW.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Tnexster » 02 Jan 2019 14:02

HarryMoto wrote:
lakewoodhobo wrote:White Rhino Coffee will open their fourth location here and it's confirmed on their website: https://whiterhinocoffee.com/locations/bishop-arts


Never heard of White Rhino but it's interesting that, with locations in Red Oak, Cedar Hill, Waxahachie and now Oak Cliff, they seem to specialize in serving the southern end of DFW.


White Rhino started in Cedar Hill.

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 30 Jan 2019 13:24

Brewed Ltd. is coming to the Novel Bishop Arts building, joining White Rhino across the street in the coming weeks or months. Brewed plans to offer beer and wine in the future.

Brewed coffee debuts new shop for lollygagging in Dallas' Bishop Arts
http://dallas.culturemap.com/news/resta ... shop-arts/

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Postby DPatel304 » 08 Feb 2019 16:27

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New Tex-Mex Yogurt Shop Shakes Up Bishop Arts Scene With Unique Flavors and Old School Love
https://www.papercitymag.com/restaurant ... shop-arts/

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Postby Jasimm » 21 Feb 2019 16:18

Most detailed map of the new Exxir Group Bishop Arts Master plans for retail.

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Plenty of spaces filled, with even more to come. Anyone familiar with some of the tenants?

Hoping that Nora in Bldg E is the one from Greenville because that place is awesome.
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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby DPatel304 » 21 Feb 2019 16:32

Thanks for that! I haven't been down to the area in months, I should really make another visit. Looks like it is really coming together.

Jasimm wrote:Hoping that Nora in Bldg E is the one from Greenville because that place is awesome.


I haven't seen it in person, but looks like it is:
https://dallas.eater.com/2018/10/2/1792 ... ishop-arts

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby lakewoodhobo » 21 Feb 2019 18:04

Wow, this is a lot to digest. Thanks for sharing.

Wonder what Marcel Market, Jeremiah Jo, Tejas, La Reunion and Paradiso are all about. We already know Nora will be a big draw.

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Postby ericthegardener » 21 Feb 2019 18:21

I'm especially curious as to what Paradiso (building F on the map) will be. That is a really unique space so it's got to be something special.

I did not realize that the existing building at the NW corner of 10th and Bishop (building H on the map) was part of Exxir's project. Looks like they're rehabbing the existing building. I think that one could end up being pretty cool too.

I drive past this development at least a couple of times a week, and I have to say that I am really super pleased with the work Exxir has done. What they've done fits in with the buildings already in the area, but also brings something new to the neighborhood. None of the other BA developers have taken the care that they have.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby jetnd87 » 21 Feb 2019 18:37

An earlier D Mag write-up on Marcel...https://www.dmagazine.com/style-beauty- ... shop-arts/

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 22 Feb 2019 10:04

ericthegardener wrote:I did not realize that the existing building at the NW corner of 10th and Bishop (building H on the map) was part of Exxir's project. Looks like they're rehabbing the existing building. I think that one could end up being pretty cool too.


This was a late addition to their plans as I understand it. The building seems to be in decent shape with dedicated parking and a large backyard/patio, so I could see this becoming a beer garden or something similar.

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 13 Mar 2019 16:12

Dallas chef Graham Dodds is opening a restaurant near the Bishop Arts District
https://escapehatchdallas.com/2019/03/d ... ts-dallas/

The restaurant sits near Dallas’ Bishop Arts District and close to Bolsa, the local/seasonal restaurant which brought Dodds early acclaim.

“We’re converting a 110-year old home into a restaurant, which means lots of construction delays and permit issues, but we’re getting close to the finish line,” Dodds told me.

The name of the new place? “We’ll probably call it “The Mayor’s House,” says Dodds. The Mayors House is located at 635 North Zang Boulevard at Neely St.


Also, some photos of the new Bishop Arts buildings that I took over the weekend.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby dallaz » 19 Mar 2019 13:18

Owners Adapting to Overcome Rising Rent in Bishop Arts District

https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Owner ... 22431.html

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Postby lakewoodhobo » 19 Mar 2019 17:01

dallaz wrote:Owners Adapting to Overcome Rising Rent in Bishop Arts District

https://www.nbcdfw.com/news/local/Owner ... 22431.html


The good news is that most of these businesses don't have to choose between staying in Bishop Arts and going out of business. Having Tyler Station as an affordable option for Green Pet and others is fantastic, and I hope more developers see the value in attracting these shops with creative locations in less desirable areas like Jefferson Blvd, Elmwood, etc.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Alpaca_Obsessor » 29 Mar 2019 13:56

Copy/Pasting what I posted on the SkyscraperPage forums: Since I had some spare time over my spring break I thought I'd spend some of it taking some photos of all the construction going on around my old stomping grounds. I've got to say the place has really changed in the two years since I've left.




Here's some condos going up on my street.
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Further down the block Exxir Capital's buildings on Bishop are looking amazing.
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The detailing done with the mosaic tile is beyond beautiful.
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Ongoing construction behind Bishop Ave Building
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This building on the corner of Melba and Bishop is supposed to be having a soft opening mid-May from what I overheard some people at the site saying.
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Alamo Manhattan's building on Davis is similarly beautiful in the details.
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Really digging the Texas flag on top.
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Awesome tilework in the pedestrian walkway.
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Great work with the streetcar station also
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Novel Bishop Arts across the street
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Novel's Pedestrian Esplenade.
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Backside of Novel
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Townhomes on the corner of Elsbeth and Neely
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Other Construction on Zang Blvd
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Old Mayor's House Renovation
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Can't wait to see it all done next time I visit!

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby DPatel304 » 29 Mar 2019 14:07

Wow, some excellent photos there, much appreciated! (Now I don't have to physically go there myself :D ).

I really need to make the trip out there at some point though. It'll really be amazing when the retail really starts to fill up in this space.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Alpaca_Obsessor » 29 Mar 2019 14:13

DPatel304 wrote:Wow, some excellent photos there, much appreciated! (Now I don't have to physically go there myself :D ).

I really need to make the trip out there at some point though. It'll really be amazing when the retail really starts to fill up in this space.


You really should! North Oak cliff blows every other Dallas neighborhood out of the water in regards to traditional urbanism (at least in my opinion haha).

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Postby DPatel304 » 29 Mar 2019 14:37

Alpaca_Obsessor wrote:You really should! North Oak cliff blows every other Dallas neighborhood out of the water in regards to traditional urbanism (at least in my opinion haha).


I would 100% agree with that. I feel like other neighborhoods don't do as good of a job at 'blending' all the different components of an urban neighborhood (retail, residential, parking, etc..). Most other neighborhoods feel like they try and segregate everything a bit too much. What I mean by that is, people generally arrive by parking in the neighborhood, there is usually one strip or one block where people generally hang out, if you leave that immediate area, you'll find that's where all the people live and there isn't much to do.

I'm generalizing a bit here, and not all areas are guilty of this, but I do feel like the North Oak Cliff area has managed to take it to the next level within the past few years. Previously, Bishop Arts was sorta guilty of the same thing, where you would park somewhere on the outskirts, walk in the same general area for food/drink and leave. But now you have development happening all the way down to Jefferson Ave, and some heading West towards Tyler St. Soon you'll have the Deck Park to the east, which might bring more development on the other side of Zhang, and to the north you have some development going as well. Basically, there is a lot going on, and it seems to blend together fairly naturally. I've heard the area is relatively bike friendly as well, although I've never personally biked in the area.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby exelone31 » 29 Mar 2019 15:24

Thanks for the photos, Alpaca!

I went down to Bishop Arts for a date night last Friday and it was awesome as usual. For me, it's great to have a well-rounded set of options in one spot. You can eat anywhere from casual to upscale, there's cool retail (Wild Detectives, various boutiques, art, etc), and some good watering holes as well (which I feel is a relatively recent development too).

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Tivo_Kenevil » 29 Mar 2019 20:42

Alpaca_Obsessor wrote:
DPatel304 wrote:Wow, some excellent photos there, much appreciated! (Now I don't have to physically go there myself :D ).

I really need to make the trip out there at some point though. It'll really be amazing when the retail really starts to fill up in this space.


You really should! North Oak cliff blows every other Dallas neighborhood out of the water in regards to traditional urbanism (at least in my opinion haha).


As a resident of Oak Cliff I have to disagree. People see Bishop Arts and think everything is like Davis and Jefferson. Reality is large portions of oak Cliff are like anywhere else. Uptown offers the best urban experience

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby Tnexster » 29 Mar 2019 22:18

Great pics Alpaca, I think you have really captured the progress well.

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Re: Oak Cliff: Bishop Arts

Postby ericthegardener » 29 Mar 2019 22:21

Great pictures Alpaca Obsessor! I can't wait for some of these new businesses to start opening!


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