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Stairs and jail door

When the block-long Main Street Garden opened three years it brought new attention to the neighborhood at the east end of downtown Dallas. The public park’s expansive lawn has hosted numerous festivities and provides an excellent viewpoint for studying the architecture of the area. You don’t have to be an architect to…(Read More)

Close-up of sign

Last week new interpretive signs were installed at Main Street Garden to showcase architecture surrounding the active park. In the works for several years, these news signs serve as the first demonstration project in a program hoped to expand to other areas of downtown Dallas. Preservation Dallas created the sign program in memory of Gail…(Read More)

Vintage costume volunteers

The Titche-Goettinger Building celebrated its 82nd birthday with a community history day on September 10, 2011. The goal of the event was to celebrate the history of the building by showcasing the building’s architectural features and storied past to the entire community. Over 75 residents, community leaders, and preservation experts attended the event…(Read More)

Titche-Goettinger at Night

The Titche-Goettinger Building is one of the largest structures in the Harwood Historic District, and has been a prominent feature in the Dallas landscape for over eight decades. Today we explore the historic structure and its colorful past. The Titche-Goettinger Company was founded in 1902 by business partners Edward Titche and Max Goettinger…(Read More)

Titche History Event

On Saturday, September 10th residents and staff of the Titche-Goettinger Building will open their doors for an exciting community event. Celebrating the 82nd anniversary of the structure, the public will get a behind-the-scenes look at the architecture and history of a building which influenced Dallas’ retail scene in the twentieth century. The…(Read More)