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October 2014 Yard of the Month

October 15, 2014

By Dan Cohn

Yard of the Month

3203 Lakenheath Place Every time I pass the yard of Gary and Linda Collins at 3203 Lakenheath, I always admire how they maintain their property from season to season. Having a corner lot offers two settings that they have filled with azaleas, various hollies, pittosporum and knock-out roses. Two live oaks are the main anchors and Japanese maples offer their brilliantly colored leaves. The bed outlined in fieldstone and large rocks accent the setting. There are colorful bedding plants throughout, withRead more

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Your Association Needs Your Participation

October 15, 2014

Announcements
Membership Board

At our Annual Holiday Party in December we will be voting for who will represent us in 2015. Below is a listing of the offices in our Association and who is currently serving in those offices. If you are interested in serving your neighborhood in any of these positions, please advise any member of the Board of your interest. President shall: (Eric Williamson) Call and preside at all Board and genermembership meetings Represent the Association in its external relations InsureRead more

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Update: Downtown to DFW Airport by Rail

October 15, 2014

Dart Orange Line Extension: Open!
City Services and Development
DFW Airport

For Bryan Place Residents, traveling from downtown to DFW Airport by train is a reality. Avoid parking fees, tolls, traffic, and commuters – if you live in Bryan Place. For more information, visit Dart’s Website.

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New Retail in Bryan Place?

October 15, 2014

Development

The aging retail center at the intersection of Ross and Hall has vacated and now has a sign posted advertising a new Retail Building. Will the developers vision become reality? Bryan Place Board will be watching the possible development progress and will notify the residents when more information is shared.

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City Approves 3.5 Million T.I.F. funds for Deep Ellum Redevelopment

October 15, 2014

Development
Deep Ellum

More exciting development was recently announced by our near-neighbors in Deep Ellum. The city approved 3.5 million dollars to accompany a 18.5 million redo of an area, largely confined to the 2600 and 2700 blocks of Main Street, between Good-Latimer Expressway and Crowdus Street, with connections to Elm and Commerce. The developer is attempting to maintain the historic buildings and “feel” of Deep Ellum, while improving for new businesses.

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October 2014 Newsletter

October 15, 2014

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Travel Safety Tips

September 8, 2014

By Linda Collins

A blog by the National Crime Prevention Council
Safety
Crime Watch

From the National Crime Prevention Council & McGruff the Crime Dog Many of you are familiar with the image of McGruff the Crime Dog. This month’s crime prevention tips come to you from the National Crime Prevention Council, the home of McGruff. For a safe and happy trip, observe the following travel tips: Pack the least possible amount, and be sure your luggage stays under your control (or that of authorized personnel) at all times. Carry only the credit cardsRead more

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McGuff Mobile alerts you to crimes in the Neighborhood

September 8, 2014

By A blog by the National Crime Prevention Council

McGruff Goes Mobile
Safety
Crime Watch and Mobile App

McGuff has gone mobile! Have there been burglaries near your home? Do you know if there are any sex offenders on your street? Now there’s an app for that! Download the McGuff Mobile smartphone app and enroll for free membership. Once enrolled, you’ll be able to view an interactive map displaying crimes and sex offenders in your neighborhood. You will be able to receive alerts and information via email or mobile device for as many addresses as you like, andRead more

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September 2014 Yard of the Month

September 8, 2014

By Dan Cohn

Yard of the Month

1559 McCoy is this month’s recipient for “Yard of the Month.” Rob Wallace has spent the past year working on his yard, transplanting shrubs and adding new plant material. The front yard is framed on one side by a Bald Cypress, a center Yaupon Holly and a Live Oak across the driveway. Rob has incorporated various grasses, ferns, Hostas, Cast Iron plants, Wandering Jew and Elephant Ears throughout the landscape. In the side garden, one finds Golden Euonymus, Golden Arborvitae,Read more

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Will You be a 2015 BPNA Board Member?

September 8, 2014

Announcements

In a few weeks, we will began seeking Bryan Place residents to volunteer some of their time to serve on the Bryan Place Neighborhood Association board for 2015. This also includes residents who belong to condo and homeowners associations within the Bryan Place neighborhood. If you are interested, please contact any of our current board members. It is a great way to get to know your neighborhood and your neighbors!

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Street Light Residential Apartments

September 8, 2014

By Zachary Popkess

Development

Estimated completion in late 2015 To be built on the vacant land directly behind the strip center at McKinney and Pearl, this 212 unit luxury apartment is projected to be more than 20 stories high.

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Crescent’s Cesar Pelli New Build

September 8, 2014

By Zachary Popkess

Dallas News: Crescent has designs on Uptown Dallas with eye-catching tower
Development

Estimated completion Fall 2016 The highly anticipated Crescent development will cost $225 million, and is designed by renowned architect, Cesar Pelli. This center will boost 500k+ of ofϐice space, two levels of sprawling retail on floors 1&2, and significant amounts of park.

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Statler Hilton Renovation

September 8, 2014

By Zachary Popkess

Dallas News: The Statler Hilton’s renovation would be a defining moment for resurgent downtown
Development

Completion: Estimated 2016 The old Statler Hilton hotel (accompanied by the former central library next door) is currently being rehabilitated to include apartments, hotel rooms, ofϐices, restaurants and a movie theater. The $175 Million project will continue to spur growth and development along downtown’s Main street.

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Development at 1401 ELM

September 8, 2014

By Zachary Popkess

Dallas Business Journal: Developer unveils gameplan for Dallas' 1401 Elm St
Development

Estimated Completion in 2016 The Dallas Economic Committee recently voted to approve $50M in TIF Funds for the $170M Redo of the old First National Bank Tower. 450+ residences, 71k sq/ft office space, and 71k sq/ft of retail is to be included when finished.

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