Local news for the Bryan Place neighborhood, just north of downtown Dallas. BPNA focuses on activities and events at the neighborhood level, and on larger events with direct impact on the community.

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


Your Association Needs Your Participation

October 15, 2014

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


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.


New Retail in Bryan Place?

October 15, 2014


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.


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

October 15, 2014

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.