This site began in 2010 to bring awareness to the structures and history of the Harwood Historic District. Since that time, the content has expanded to showcase history, preservation issues and related stories from across the region (and occasionally beyond).
Noah Jeppson is a recognized environmental designer and urban activation thought leader. His most recent community projects include PARK(ing) Day Dallas and a crowd-funded map of the downtown Dallas Pedestrian Network. He is currently working to create a constructive dialogue between community groups and business leaders in the Dallas area and espouse urban activism within the DFW metroplex. He is also a member of the City of Dallas Landmark Commission CBD/West End Task Force. Noah can be found on Twitter as @dfwcre8tive. For more information visit www.noahjeppson.com.
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