Look: Alamo Manhattan’s Bishop Arts real estate listing

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An artist rendering of Alamo Manhattan’s planned Bishop Arts development.

Construction is expected to begin next month on Alamo Manhattan’s Bishop Arts redevelopment.

The project, which will take the northwest and southwest corners of Zang at Davis, will comprise 25,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space and 216 for-rent apartments. The developers will receive $11.25 million in future tax reimbursements from the city of Dallas, and the overall project is expected to cost $57 million.

According to its listing with the commercial real estate firm Shop, the development will have a nearly 5,000-square-foot restaurant space facing the planned streetcar stop between Davis and Seventh. That building also will have two other restaurants — one facing Davis and one facing Seventh, of about 3,400 square feet each.

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The floor plan for Alamo Manhattan’s planned development on the future streetcar stop along Zang between Davis and Seventh.

The building planned for the northwest corner, where Sonic Drive In is now, won’t have a restaurant, but it will have a 3,000-square-foot retail space on the corner.

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A floor plan for Alamo Manhattan’s planned development on the northwest corner of Zang at Davis.

Construction is expected to be complete in fall 2017.

By |2016-07-05T22:56:05-05:00July 6th, 2016|Development, News|5 Comments

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  2. […] and another apartment complex in Deep Ellum. The Bishop Arts project is at the same intersection as Alamo Manhattan’s residential-over-retail project, which is receiving $11.25 million from the city in future tax […]

  3. KeepOurFreedoms July 6, 2016 at 11:03 AM

    Stop destroying Oak Cliff. We like it the way is.

  4. lakewoodhobo July 6, 2016 at 8:15 AM

    This honestly would’ve been a better location for the Austin transplants setting up at Sylvan Thirty (Houndstooth, Tacodeli and Juice Land).

    As it is, we’ll end up with the much-hated national chains because any locals will be hissed at and branded as traitors for signing up with Alamo.

  5. dallasmay July 6, 2016 at 8:13 AM

    That 16% parking slope is going to be steep!

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