Oak Cliff architecture at risk 2014 list coming soon


The Old Oak Cliff Conservation League has been revisiting its first “architecture at risk” list from 2012, and a couple of properties on the list are looking pretty good.

Cannon’s English Village has a new owner who’s giving it a new life as a retail center with residences on the second floor.

The Victorian home at 400 W. Page recently got a makeover.

But others are not faring as well. The Humble Oil service station on Beckley at Zang was demolished this year. The Alamo Plaza Hotel Courts sign is gone. The Mission Motel is still in limbo.

The league is preparing its 2014 list of architecture at risk and will present the list at its annual meeting Monday, June 9.

By |2015-02-18T11:14:05-05:00May 13th, 2014|Development, News, Oak Cliff History, Preservation|Comments Off on Oak Cliff architecture at risk 2014 list coming soon

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