Abram Street is one of Arlington’s busiest east-west roads. It links downtown to the entertainment district and is a major thoroughfare for commuters within the city. But there are plans to turn the busy street from four lanes, to a two-lane road.
Fort Worth outgrew city hall years ago. It now spends a million dollars a year to rent office space in other buildings. That money could go to buying the post office.
Oak Cliff artist Brian Keith Jones, one-half of the famed Dallas collective, Chuck & George, presents his first-ever solo exhibition tonight at Ro2 Art Downtown.
Construction shut down the busy West 7th Street bridge Thursday as the bridge is rebuilt.
Fire broke out in a vacant downtown Dallas office building but emergency crews quickly put out the blaze that had forced the closure of nearby streets.
Officials in Dallas have been celebrating the success of Klyde Warren Park, located along a deck above Central Expressway. But the green efforts will not stop there.
We are just days away from the opening of Dallas’ centerpiece gathering place in the heart of the city. Klyde Warren Park is the highly touted destination park built over Woodall Rogers freeway, merging uptown with downtown.
City, business and community leaders gathered for an early morning ceremony Wednesday and launched the dawn of a new image campaign for downtown.
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The City of Denton is offering a financial ‘carrot’ to attract more businesses to its downtown area. And with $50,000 up for grabs the lure seems to be working.
The lack of development is obvious to the people who live and work around in the area — even for something as simple as finding lunch.
It took just a few seconds and about 150 pounds of dynamite to bring down four downtown Dallas buildings Saturday morning.