Around the ‘hood: Tyler/Davis changes, feral pigs, a gorgeous house

Davis Street Esspresso, the Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters cafe

Davis Street Esspresso, the Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters cafe

Big changes are starting to happen in the Tyler/Davis area since Dave Spence of Good Space bought a shopping strip and Oak Cliff Coffee Roasters has opened its cafe.

KERA followed a day in the life of Osvaldo Rojas, the 31-year-old hog trapper the city hired in an effort to control a “plague” of feral pigs near the Trinity River.

The impossibly chic home of Rocky and Sara Garza, near Kidd Springs Park, was profiled on Houzz.com.

By |2013-09-05T22:44:17-05:00September 6th, 2013|Business, Development, Home and Garden, Media Matters, News|1 Comment

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  1. OakCliffClavin September 6, 2013 at 11:18 AM

    I really love most of these new businesses that are popping up. I’m really going to miss them when I have to move because all the rents go up and the yipsters move in. You can already sense the change in attitudes creeping in.

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