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Want to see what’s happening in Northwood Hills? The Northwood Hills Breeze gets published and mailed to residents about four times per year with tons of useful information including details about new regulations or initiatives from the city, helpful tips related to the particular season we’re in, a community calendar, a real estate report, contact information for Board members, a bulk trash collection schedule, and much more! Local businesses advertise in it as well, which helps to underwrite the cost of the publication and showcases service providers who cater to Northwood Hills. Read our most recent newsletter. To find out about some of our recent projects, check out our blog posts below. To learn more about the benefits of membership, visit the Benefits page.

Interested? Membership runs on a calendar year basis, so join now for 2024 and start enjoying benefits immediately. Dues are $400, and you can Pay online with Paypal or a credit card, send funds through Zelle to membership @ northwoodhills.org, or mail your check to NHHA, PO Box 800874, Dallas, TX 75380. Thanks for your support!

 

Pepper Square Redevelopment Update 3

Neighborhood leaders recently met with property owner Greg Miller, representatives from Masterplan (consulting firm), D11 Plan Commissioner Brandy Treadway, and D11 Council Member Jaynie Schultz to discuss the status of the rezoning request for the northeast corner of Belt Line & Preston Roads, referred to as Pepper Square. The seemingly final proposal presented for feedback included many of the same aspects as prior proposals we’ve seen, with some variation in building height this time. To review the presentation, please click here.

Essentially, the rezoning request is seeking approval for a mixed-use development to be built over the next 10 years that would include retail and/or restaurant options on the main floor and residential units above them. It would be built in 3 phases, with a 2 acre publicly-accessible park to be included in the first phase. If full allowable build-out is achieved, there would potentially be 1,550 residential units on the site, most likely all rental units, but possibly some owner-occupied units depending on market demand at the time future phases are started. The renderings in the presentation linked earlier show two options the property owner is considering. One would involve a 5-story building and the park, followed by a 12-story building, followed by a 5-story building. The other option would involve a 7-story building and the park, followed by a 7 story building, followed by a 7-story building. The first phase would be on the Belt Line side, followed by the second phase on the Preston side, ending with the third phase in possibly 10 years at the northwest corner of the site. Either option would include the same attributes – retail/restaurant on ground floor, residential units above, restricted interior garage parking for residents, some garage parking and surface parking for patrons and guests, fitness/pool/interior green space for residents, and enhanced sidewalks and landscaping.

After hearing the presentation, neighborhood leaders again reiterated their concerns regarding traffic and potential strain on city resources, especially considering the other developments slated to take place around the same intersection. They also asked for copies of the proposed Planned Development restrictions to see what guidelines the property owner would be required to follow if the rezoning request is approved.

A community meeting is scheduled to address these concerns and others you may have. It will take place on Tuesday, March 5th at 7pm at the District 11 office at the Prism Center, 5580 Peterson Ln, Suite 160. We are anticipating a high turn-out, and the room is not large, so we encourage you to arrive early to allow time to park and find a seat inside. Make sure to check our website a day or two before the meeting to confirm the location and time haven’t changed. It’s our understanding this meeting will also include updates about Tonti’s construction plans south of Alexis, the traffic study conducted along Preston Road, and updates from DFR and DPD concerning city resources.

All viewpoints are welcome at this meeting, as long as decorum is maintained. Whether you oppose the rezoning request or welcome the redevelopment, we encourage you to attend, listen to the information, and provide meaningful feedback to the developer and our elected representative. The City Plan Commission and the City Council ultimately decide whether the rezoning request is approved, so they need to hear directly from their constituents.

By |February 16th, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments

2024 Annual Meeting

The Northwood Hills Homeowners Association Annual Meeting took place on Tuesday, February 6th at 6:30pm at the Fretz Park Rec Center (6950 Belt Line Rd, behind the library). Updates were provided on the Association’s activities including Security, Beautification, and Membership. New Board Members were elected. The 2023 Financials were shared and the 2024 Budget was approved. Questions and comments were welcomed at the conclusion of the business meeting. 

The annual report with the recap of 2023 and a snapshot of what we hope to accomplish in 2024 can be found here

Presentation slides from the meeting can be found here

Thanks for your support of Northwood Hills HOA!

 
By |January 23rd, 2024|Categories: Uncategorized|0 Comments
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