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Hot Property: 2914 Gladiolus Lane
Hot Property

Hot Property: This Mid-Century Ranch in Oak Cliff Is Basically a Treehouse

Wake up to blooming magnolia trees and singing birds—or hang out with turtles at the koi pond—on this .87-acre lot, which backs up to Crow Creek.
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Commercial Real Estate

Meet The Couple Playing Real Life Monopoly in Oak Cliff

Redevelopers Jim Lake Jr. and Amanda Moreno-Lake own half a million square feet in the evolving neighborhood.
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Multifamily

First Look: Another California-Based Investment Group Enters Dallas’ Hot Residential Market

Banyan Residential investment has plans for two multifamily developments in North Oak Cliff, marking a more than $120 million investment.
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Chefs

Black Leaders in Dallas’ Food Scene Talk About This Historic Moment

Seven Black voices from the city's restaurant and bar world share what this means for the culinary community now and moving forward.
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Food & Drink

Del Sur Tacos Wrestles With Greatness

Everything at the Oak Cliff restaurant is better than it has to be, simple and hard-to-find food elevated to high art.

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Dining Dispatch

Sketches of Spain Opens Today in Oak Cliff

The team behind the Wild Detectives bookstore debuts their Spanish pinchos restaurant on North Zang Boulevard, becoming the city's first.
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Openings/Closings

Raul Reyes’ Mesa Reincarnation, La Palapa del Sabor, Expected to Open January 15

The Jefferson Boulevard restaurant revival will be a more casual dining experience, but a few Mesa favorites remain.
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Paradiso's Wood-Fired Oven Pizza
Food and Drink

Trouble in Oak Cliff’s Paradiso

A new restaurant in the Bishop Arts District is the kind of place you’d see in any chic, bohemian neighborhood. That’s the problem.
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Entertainment

The Time a Radio Legend Brought a Taste of Hollywood to Town

Sixty years ago, Gordon McLendon decided to plant a movie studio between the coasts.
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