305 Melba St., Dallas, Texas 75208
68,200 SF; 125 Units
Bishop Highline is a high-quality apartment development nestled in Bishops Arts, one of Dallas’s popular lifestyle destinations known for its dense unique retail and restaurant options. This premier urban entertainment center is conveniently located just west of Downton Dallas and described as Dallas’s only eclectic locally-inspired neighborhood. The development aims to maintain the authentic elements that make Bishop Arts so special by creating a converted warehouse design complete with a park amenity inspired by New York’s High Line project.
Four-story Bishop High Line apartments break ground in November
The four-story buildings will be in the 300 and 400 blocks of Melba, where nine houses are being demolished.
August 17, 2016READ MORE
Look: Here’s the development coming to Zang at Davis
A developer’s plans for the northeast corner of Zang and Davis includes 305 apartments as well as townhomes, restaurants, shops and a 15,000-square-foot public plaza.
July 26, 2016READ MORE
Bragging rights: See what two Dallas areas rank for the shopping on their 'cool streets'
The Bishop Arts District has done more to get northern local dwellers to go south of Interstate 30 than possibly anything in the history of modern Dallas.
July 07, 2016READ MORE
Developer Pinning Bishop Arts Project’s Success on Artists
A North Texas development group is pinning the success of its multimillion-dollar project in the Bishop Arts District on artists.
March 15, 2016READ MORE
Revised development plan for area near Bishop Arts District praised this time around
Oak Cliff residents panned design plans for apartments, restaurants and retail shops near the Bishop Arts District.
September 04, 2015READ MORE