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Early last month, reports surfaced about Alamo Manhattan finally getting underway on the new Bishop Arts Station mixed-use development, which is easily the largest such project to hit the Bishop Arts District neighborhood in recent memory. 

Developers first obtained approval for the new project back in March, but working to meet the standards of the Urban Design Peer Review Panel has somewhat slowed progress a bit since early summer.  

In addition, as part of the approval, Alamo Manhattan received $11.75 million in tax increment financing, but as part of the agreement, the development must also include a mixed-income residential portion, which could result in 20% of its units remaining affordable for the next 15 years. 

According to Alamo

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Bryon Place Neighborhood

With the Dallas real estate market being so red hot in recent months, it’s becoming harder and harder for home buyers to identify hidden gems that not only provide desirable housing options, but also great deals on a new home or condo as well. Among some of the few spots in Dallas that still might be considered a “hidden gem” is the one-and-only Bryan Place—a small community that sits just east of the Arts District and just north of the highly-sought after Deep Ellum neighborhood. 

Originally described as a “stylish downtown neighborhood” that rests in the shadows of the Dallas skyline, you might think Bryan Place has more of a trendy urban look and feel to it given its close proximity to the Arts District and Deep Ellum. Instead, however, Bryan

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Light Rail Train - Downtown DallasIn the city of Dallas, if you own a home close to the subway, busses or rail lines, it's most likely worth more compared to the same type of home not found near public transportation.

A study done by the American Public Transportation Association and the National Association of REALTORS has confirmed this. The study has shown that over a five-year span, homes located within a half-mile of public transportation were worth about 41% more than similar properties found further from public transportation.

For many home buyers, transportation plays a big role in their decision. If they don't rely on a vehicle to get to and from work, they are often willing to pay more for a location near public transportation. Walkable neighborhoods and shorter commutes

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Hottest Dallas-Fort Worth Neighborhoods of 2015

As we’ve previously alluded to on several different occasions, the real estate market in 2015 looks to be very bright, especially here in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Inventory should be up and affordability is going to be a key factor due to a wave of home buyers expected to enter home ownership for the very first time.

Over the last 12 to 18 months, we’ve certainly seen more home buyers ditch the suburbs in favor of a more efficient, city-living lifestyle, and in 2015, that trend will continue to some degree, but on a slightly lesser scale. This year, home buyers are still leaning towards that convenient urban model, but instead might look in other parts of the DFW metro area that haven’t jumped in value over the last couple years.

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