It’s been a year since the Urban Land Institute held its big annual conference in Dallas, and in that time North Texas stakeholders have brought some new ideas to the table for ULI North Texas’ third annual Impact Awards gala.
This year, Dallas-based Merriman Anderson Architects presented a pedestrian-friendly extension of the redevelopment of Commerce Street stretching from Deep Ellum into the Farmers Market with the help of Harwood Street.
The proposal was pitched last week under the generic title ‘The Statler Corridor’. It consists of the historic Statler Hilton with the adjacent Old Dallas Public Library and the new Harwood Garage and Residency, which could help connect this part of the city with these two neighborhoods.
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