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$40M mixed-use for Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts district$40M mixed-use for Oak Cliff’s Bishop Arts districthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=104732015-09-04T05:00:00Z2015-09-04T14:00:00Z
OAK CLIFF - Dallas-based Exxir Capital has cleared more than two blocks along Bishop and Madison avenues where it plans to build a new mixed-use development in the Bishop Arts district. 

A whole chunk of the neighborhood between West Davis St. and Jefferson Blvd. has been knocked down.

Old apartment buildings and small houses have been demolished to make way for what is planned to be a more than $40 million complex of shops, restaurants, apartments and the like.

Much of the planned project will be one and two story buildings that line the street fronts and will fit in with older, nearby structures, according to designs by architect Gensler.

The complex — which will include a large parking garage, four-story apartments and a small hotel — will be built in phases and is the largest development that’s ready to go in North Oak Cliff.

“We should be delivering by late spring of next year the first 40,000 sf of commercial space,” said​ developer Michael Nazerian.

Dallas Morning News
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
Mixed-Use
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