Massive Bishop Arts District redevelopment of shops, apartmentsMassive Bishop Arts District redevelopment of shops, apartmentshttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=133572016-06-03T05:00:00Z2016-06-03T19:25:00Z

DALLAS - The intersection of Zang Blvd. and Davis St. is already a construction nexus. 

Extension of the North Oak Cliff streetcar line has turned the crossroads into an obstacle course of orange cones.

But the real changes are still to come. In less than six months, work will start on two blocks of shops and apartments that will be the biggest redevelopment yet in Dallas’ popular Bishops Arts District.

“With the streetcar going there, this was the neighborhood where we wanted to be,” said Matt Segrest, president of builder Alamo Manhattan Corp. “Number one on our development list is the Bishop Arts district.”

Alamo Manhattan will break ground in September on 220 apartments and 25,000 sf of shops in two buildings on both sides of Davis.

The $57 million project—which is funded in part with more than $11 million in economic development funds—has been a long time coming.​​
Dallas Morning News
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington

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