The WalkUP Wake Up Call: Dallas/Fort Worth Open Access Deposited
Starting in the mid- 1990s in places like Uptown Dallas and Sundance Square in Downtown Ft. Worth, the market began to move back toward demanding walkable urban development once again. This report presents evidence of the surprising re-emergence of walkable urban places in metropolitan Dallas-Ft. Worth. Walkable urban development represents not only a rapidly growing market share of new development in the metro area today but, if metro DFW follows the lead of comparable metros, such as metropolitan Atlanta and Washington, DC, it will become the dominant form of new real estate development in the early and mid-21st century.
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