View Poll Results: Most pedestrian friendly suburban project

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  • Watter's Creek

    6 46.15%
  • Fifth Street Crossing, Downtown Garland

    5 38.46%
  • Hebron 121 Station

    2 15.38%
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Thread: Most Pedestrian-Friendly Project (Suburban)

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    The Urban Pragmatist Mballar's Avatar
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    Most Pedestrian-Friendly Project (Suburban)

    Now accepting nominations for the most pedestrian-friendly project in the suburbs. Please chime in with your selection(s) so that they can be added to future poll.

    Nominations will be accepted through January 16, 2009.
    Last edited by Mballar; 31 December 2008 at 12:41 PM.
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    I nominate Allen's Watter's Creek .
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    DCTA

    I'll nominate Hebron 121 Station, a TOD along the DCTA rail line in Carrollton, developed by Huffines Communities.

    www.hebron121station.com

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    Fifth Street Crossing in Downtown Garland.
    http://www.usrealco.com/developmentC...y=56&sstatus=2


    Another forum member has a page with photos here:

    http://www.flickr.com/photos/william...on/3095352401/


    Mixed use office/retail/residential TOD, next to DART light rail:


    And the new Richland College campus in Garland.


    The dowtown Garland Square is just around the corner. The square features the Plaza Theater:


    And a building from the turn of the 20th century is also undergoing restoration:


    One of the best performing arts centers in the metroplex is across Fifth Street.


    Several good restaurants are a short walk away. Mockingbird Station, Downtown Dallas, the zoo, even Ft. Worth are also just a short step away on DART.
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    Nominations will close TODAY. Please get yours in before the clock strikes midnight.
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    Poll open through February 1.

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    Poll closes when January does.

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    We forgot Eastside, at Campbell @ 75 in Richardson. Unlike some nominated, it actually opened this year...

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    Or the new apts in addison circle, a few of which opened in 08.

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