The area was originally developed as warehouses and shops in the 1920s. In the 1930s, a trolley stop along Davis became Dallas' busiest trolley stop. The district began a decline in the mid-60's through the beginning of the 80's. The reasons for the decline included the rise of the shopping mall, the loss of sizable tenants such as Astor theater and Goodier Cosmetics, neighborhood demographic changes and finally the fact that buses began to replace streetcars making trolley stops like Bishop and Seventh useless.
Continuing through the 1990s and 2000s, renovations have taken place to transform the two city blocks into a walkable, urban environment, although the surrounding area has yet to undergo revitalization. Murals, brick pavers, and other street elements have polished the rough look of the warehouses and have made the area a popular leisure and dining destination.
Thanks to a dear friend who took time out of her busy schedule to take me there. I had the joy of shooting Bishop Art ...
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Had a awesome time last evening when the family all went out to play, we were at the "Singapore Flyer" and the weather was perfect. It was all clear and a great night to shoot the beautiful night of Singapore from height of 165m, capturing the Marina Bay’s skyline
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