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The Daily Digital 4.0

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Cord1936
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Re: The Daily Digital 4.0

Postby Cord1936 » 25 Sep 2019 23:50

ImageDowntown Dallas, 09-25-19 by skys the limit2, on Flickr

AMLI Fountain Place Residential Tower's sharp angular crown can be clearly seen reaching skyward ... click on above image to enlarge, then click again in Flickr to see original size.
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Re: The Daily Digital 4.0

Postby dallaz » 01 Oct 2019 18:25

exelone31 wrote:Great photos, thanks for sharing. It is crazy that with all the development that is happening/has happened, some of these still look very much like "before" photos.

Right. There are still too many parking lots but thankfully they’re slowing going away.

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Re: The Daily Digital 4.0

Postby DPatel304 » 01 Oct 2019 23:02

dallaz wrote:
exelone31 wrote:Great photos, thanks for sharing. It is crazy that with all the development that is happening/has happened, some of these still look very much like "before" photos.

Right. There are still too many parking lots but thankfully they’re slowing going away.


There has been a crazy amount of growth in the CBD but, unfortunately, we had a bunch of vacant bulidings to fill. Now that most of those have been filled, we'll probably see these parking lots disappearing more quickly.

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Re: The Daily Digital 4.0

Postby dallaz » 02 Oct 2019 10:54

DPatel304 wrote:
dallaz wrote:
exelone31 wrote:Great photos, thanks for sharing. It is crazy that with all the development that is happening/has happened, some of these still look very much like "before" photos.

Right. There are still too many parking lots but thankfully they’re slowing going away.


There has been a crazy amount of growth in the CBD but, unfortunately, we had a bunch of vacant bulidings to fill. Now that most of those have been filled, we'll probably see these parking lots disappearing more quickly.

Very true. Dallas has come a long way though. It’s exciting to think about the high possibility of nothing but new construction in Downtown.


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