Matt777 wrote:Tearing down midcentury modern buildings for souless big box stores. Yay Dallas.
Are they tearing it down or renovating it?
eburress wrote:Tucy wrote:You can believe whatever makes you happy.
What are you talking about? Which part of this has anything to do with "belief?"
whi5125 wrote:Wow, if you bothered to read the article it even states the Lobbyist specialized in energy policy within Amazon, its not related to HQ2 at all.
ContriveDallasite wrote:DPatel304 wrote:I love the lower-rise buildings here, I just wish we had more retail on the ground floor.
This is the crux of Dallas. The amount of retail packed in to my 5 story block in Munich is probably equivalent to half a square mile of coverage in Dallas.
tamtagon wrote:such a beat down! they've got a fantastic product...
hard to sell to Friends of the Nasher, though, one itsy bitsy little flaw
cowboyeagle05 wrote:We could have more bridge for our money if we didn't pay for a name just to slap his brand on it. Still could have been a signature design but not by a star architect.
tamtagon wrote:There's a crystal ball over here, and I cannot be for sure, but I think the prophesy mentioned Dean & DeLuca on Ross Avenue, or something like that.