Downtown

Photos Cedars Park Day

Thank you to all who came out to Celebrate the Cedars last Saturday. A special thanks to all the community members who help setup the event, Pauline Medrano and Office Shane Owens.Read More

2011 Dallas Bike Plan Open House - Review

Last night I was able to attend the Dallas Bike Plan open house at City Hall for what was a standing-room-only house in the Council Chambers.Read More

FREE Family Workshop for East Dallas

FREE Teen Relationship Workshop

June 19th 8:45 a.m-5:00p.m
Parkland Administration BuildingRead More

Dallas Gets Its Groove Back

THERE’S a sun-baked, low-rise neighborhood in Dallas where urban pioneers have staked out a bling-free zone, set against the glittering backdrop of downtown skyscrapers. Deep Ellum — that’s Texas-ese for “Deep Elm,” the neighborhood’s original name — has historically been a scruffy working-class area.Read More

Dallas Farmers Market Farm & Flower Festival

Date: Saturday, May 22, 2010
Time: 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.Read More

Central Dallas Ministries defines plans for new Center of Hope

Recently, thanks to a most generous "program related investment" on the part of the Embrey Family Foundation, Central Dallas Ministries acquired a 3.6 acre tract of property at the southeast corner of Malcolm X Boulevard and Interstate 30.Read More

DowntownDallas.org Rebrands

We launched a new brand for the organization. First, you may now call us Downtown Dallas, Inc. (or inevitably DDI for short).Read More

Streetcars in Dallas (and the Cedars)

I'm sure most of the regular readers of this site have heard the good news.Read More

Downtown Dallas Area Plan Update 2/1/10

Attached is the updated plan created by Downtown Dallas 360.

To discuss the plan login and go to: http://www.cnadallas.com/node/122

Dallas Arts District Site Goes Live

The Dallas Arts District is a unique, 68-acre, 19-block neighborhood in the heart of the city. A rare jewel that is the centerpiece of the region’s cultural life, the District is home to some of the finest architecture in the world. Enhancing the downtown Dallas skyline are buildings by Pritzker Prize winners I.M. Pei, Renzo Piano, Norman Foster, Rem Koolhaas and AIA “Gold Medal” recipient Edward Larrabee Barnes.Read More

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