Weir's will relocate temporarily when construction starts — probably in early 2019.
The building — just a block from the Katy Trail — will take 18 to 24 months to complete.
LongonBigD wrote:I just think this is bait trotted out to get what they really want approved (increased density than currently allowed). We shall see what the final result becomes.
R1070 wrote:Is that McKinney avenue on the NE side of the intersection with Hester?
muncien wrote:It seems like such an easy thing to do, yet it almost never happens.
555 Ross, over in the West End sorta pulled it off...
In the current proposal, affordable housing means that families making 80 percent of the area median family income — $73,400 for a family of four — would be able to rent a unit for between $896 and $1,450 monthly. Those rents would change as the median income of the area changes. But the units would have to be kept within "affordable" ranges for a set period of time, such as 15 years.
Matt777 wrote:It's clear that the Highland Park Soda Fountain building will get some much needed restoration, but does this mean that the restaurant will close??? It is currently the oldest restaurant in Dallas and quite charming. It would be a terrible loss to see it go.
Matt777 wrote:Ugh. I can't believe this. One of the only restaurants in Dallas anywhere near that old.... and an institution. Nothing is sacred in this city. My hope is that Weir's can revive it after they finish their new store, in the original location, refreshed and use it as their store cafe.
itsjrd1964 wrote:There should be more places like this, not fewer. I am sad and stunned.
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