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Jane Jacobs


Politics & Government

Meet the City of Dallas’ Newest Mascot. He’s an Alpaca.

The pandemic is clearly taking its toll on City Hall.
By Tim Rogers
Commercial Real Estate

Developers Aim for Walkable Urban Space in North Oak Cliff

Exxir Capital and others are going back to the way communities were built before the automobile had people flocking to the suburbs.
By Jeremiah Jensen
Lower Greenville

Why Dallas Lags Behind the New Urban Renaissance

Despite Dallas’ long-held dreams of civic grandeur, the region has evolved into a place defined by what architect Andrés Duany describes as “the gravity of mediocrity."
By Peter Simek
Local News

Dallas Council Committee Vote Marks Breakthrough on I-345 Teardown

The Economic Development and Housing Committee voted Monday to join a TxDOT study exploring the impact of removing the highway.