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Doug Dzina
Food truck operator
Bondi Bowls
… about the planned $155 million expansion of Klyde Warren Park in downtown Dallas, according to the Dallas Morning News.

Downtown Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park is to be expanded for $155 million. The deck park is to be expanded by 1.7 hectares beyond the Woodall Rodgers Freeway via a new extension between St. Paul and Akard. According to the Dallas Morning News, park officials want to re-bid the project – which was delayed by the pandemic – in 2025 and open the new extension by the end of 2028.

This makes food truck operators like Dzine is pleased to welcome new customers and is expected to increase the 1,300 free events in the park each year by around 30%, Jody GrantChairman of the Woodall Rodgers Park Foundationsaid Sofia Barnett of DMN.

The planned expansion includes a new event building, festival-friendly artificial turf and an ice skating rink for the not-so-cold Dallas winters.

You can read more about the expansion in the DMN story here.

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