DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A Dallas-area landmark since the late 1800s, St. Matthew’s Cathedral on Ross and Garrett Avenue is getting a facelift.
“We want to be able to offer our home and open it to others so they can find a place and a home in old East Dallas where they can be known and where they could be celebrated and we are lots of life can happen,” said Robert Price, dean of St. Matthew’s Cathedral, said.READ MORE: First Lady Jill Biden And Second Gentleman Douglas Emhoff Traveling To Texas
A 384-unit apartment complex is a part of the $60 million project. It’s one of many changes expected to take place in 2023. There will be a beautiful green space that the cathedral will be building and maintaining along with a daycare.READ MORE: Cameron Lavon Stephens, 18, Charged With Murder In Fatal Shooting Of Arlington Teen At Hurricane Harbor
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