A recent article on bisnow.com conjures up a car-less DFW:
All over the region, from Downtown Dallas to suburbs like Plano, office and multifamily properties are engaging the street level in a way they never have before, in an attempt to create live/work/play neighborhoods. The change is geared toward attracting and retaining Millennials, but Baby Boomers and Generation Y may be drawn to it as well.
“Millennials are really just a vanguard for the greater constituency,” Ablon said. “People talk about Millennials more because on the surface, they tend to be a more discernible group set, but really the range of people looking for the more urban fabric is much broader than just the Millennial.”
Read the full article here.