The developer with plans to build apartments, restaurants and retail space in the Bishop Arts District is calling a meeting with neighbors.
Alamo Manhattan asks Oak Cliff neighbors to meet them at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 24, at the Texas Theatre. They will recap the concerns and ideas they’ve heard over the past few weeks and gather more comments.
Plans for a massive development surrounding a planned Oak Cliff streetcar stop came to light a couple of weeks ago, drawing much scorn from neighbors. This week, the developer said it would scrap the initial design and start over.Prepare for the meeting with a little background. Here is what the current zoning allows developers to build in Bishop Arts. And here are some takeaways from a meeting with neighbors at the Texas Theatre this week.