The Shops at Stevens Park

This project represents the redevelopment of land formerly occupied by The Bronco Bowl, a Dallas entertainment landmark first opened in 1961. Located at the intersection of Fort Worth Avenue and Bahama Drive in North Oak Cliff, The Bronco Bowl was razed in 2003 to make way for a 220,000 square foot retail complex, anchored by Home Depot. Additionally, the project included three retail sites fronting on Fort Worth Avenue and as well as a 66,000 square foot “big-box” retail shopping center on Bahama Drive. These sites have been developed into a Walgreens store and a free-standing Chase Bank branch.

All buildings within the project will be architecturally compatible to what is being termed “Revisited Texas Prairie Style”. Intended to evoke a sense of practicality, this architectural style incorporates durable materials, shading devices (awnings, porches, trellises, and screens), broad roofs, decorative roof parapets, columns and stone/ brick projections.

This project was significant in propelling neighborhood revitalization efforts through Oak Cliff. The project, with over 220,000 square feet of retail space, was one of the largest retail concentration projects in the area. It brought many job opportunities as well as a different retail mix than what was available to the area in the mid-2000’s.

The properties developed on the land were ultimately sold to and transformed into a Walgreens, Chase Bank, and Citibank.

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