Published in Columns Magazine: Shaping Dallas

January 27, 2020

Why is Dallas here, how did we get this way, and where are we going? In short, why is Dallas?

 

Most cities had something that sparked their reason for being—a coastline, a port, a railhead, a tactical military outpost. Dallas, Texas, had none of those.

In the Fall 2019 issue of Columns Magazine, Joe Pobiner (FAICP, CNU-A) shares how Dallas defied the odds to become the ninth largest city in the US today and explores the influences that are shaping the city’s future.  

Read the full article published by AIA Dallas here.

 

Stantec created a broad repositioning strategy for Victory Park, a vibrant urban neighborhood in the heart of Dallas, that focused on pedestrian connectivity and creating a sense of place. Architect of Record: RTKL Architects and Halff Associates.

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