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The Renaissance on Turtle Creek is the largest condominium property in Texas and

home to over 1,000 residents. We are very concerned about the  continued erosion

of the protections afforded by zoning setbacks, height restrictions and other elements

that are designed to preserve the Turtle Creek Corridor's unique ambiance. We

oppose the reduced set-back variance requested by the developer of part of the

5-acre tract at the SWC of Turtle Creek Boulevard and Cedar Springs Road near

Lee Park. We implore the City of Dallas and Council Member Angela Hunt to

support local residents by enforcing the zoning restrictions and not allowing the

developer to set a dangerous precedent that will negatively impact the Turtle Creek

Corridor for decades to come. To do so violates a primary objective of Article 193

of the Oak Lawn Special Use District: "To promote and protect an attractive street

level pedestrian environment with continuous street frontage activities in retail areas."


The Renaissance on Turtle Creek HOA 3225 Turtle Creek Blvd. Dallas, Texas 75252 214.765.6155 rtcmanagement@premiercommunities.net


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