Cbdallas wrote:I don't think that site has enough direct walk-able density to make that model work there even with the $700000. Maybe it should sit idle or become a restaurant. I love the ones downtown but they have a lot more people constantly passing in and out of the store than I think this site would.
MC_ScattCat wrote:As someone who lives in this neighborhood, and walks as much as we can to Bishop Arts, I don't know 1 person asking for this Royal Blue. We need a Sprouts or Central Market grocery store. The Tom Thumb on Hampton is not good. I can't understand why the Sprouts at El Fenix or the CM on Beckley/Davis isn't being built. If someone surveyed the area every person would say we need a quality grocery store.
ericthegardener wrote:I'm a little surprised too that Sprouts hasn't made a move into North OC. Judging by some of their other locations, Sprouts doesn't seem to need the same kind of average incomes that CM does to open in a neighborhood.
lakewoodhobo wrote:I'm almost certain that the El Fenix at Colorado & Beckley, where Sprouts has been rumored to go, is inside the opportunity zone for NOC. Seeing as how we now have the first development deal in town related to opportunity zones (a self-storage center in West Dallas) I don't see what could be holding this up.
ericthegardener wrote:Do we know that El Fenix wants to sell?
Tnexster wrote:A self storage center is the first development deal!?!
Tnexster wrote:Delightful ‘parlor’ La Reunion brings more coffee, cocktails, food to Oak Cliff
https://www.dallasnews.com/food/restaur ... oak-cliff/
So the retail on Bishop is filling up but the retail space along Zang sits empty.
MC_ScattCat wrote:I wish they would have put white lights on the trees like Alamo did. Looks nice and inviting. They need to fix Davis though. It's dark and the street is like driving in the Baja. I'm also wondering how long the owner of that old dingy apartment complex on Bishop and 10th will hold out?
Tnexster wrote:Time for some fresh faces....wonder if anybody is looking at Tillman's or Bolsa yet. Hatties is/was such a prime corner I wouldn't think it would take long to fill that spot.
New York investor making property buys in North Oak Cliff
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... oak-cliff/
“We don’t have any plans for a development right now,” said Ben Atkins, Abingdon Square founder and principal. “We’re long-term investors and active in Texas, Florida and New York.”
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:Idk the owners fought to preserve the building..and won the right to operate with less parking. This seems like a set back to me. Looks like they plan to rebuild and likely had insurance
Melba is a multifamily community located at the edge of the Bishop Arts District in Dallas. The new code in the Bishop Arts District encourages density and for buildings to be right on the street. The architecture responds to this with a design that blends well with the single-family nature of the neighborhood while also leaving room for an enjoyable pedestrian experience.
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This project is privately funded, on private land for private use.
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New construction of 55 unit multifamily parking garage, limited amenity space and occupied roof
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