By | January 14, 2019
Dallas’ Little Mexico Village Apartments

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Happy Friday, Curious Texans! We answered three of your questions this week. Here’s what we found:

1. What’s the history behind the Little Mexico Village apartments in Uptown? Mateo Perez said the peach Spanish-style apartments that sit next to multimillion-dollar high-rise condos catch his eye each time he drives through the neighborhood.

2. Can I take public transit to Love Field and DFW Airport? Curious Texas answers your DART questions. We selected our most popular DART-related questions and asked DART spokesman Mark A. Ball to answer them.

3. What’s the history behind Dallas’ Fuel City gas station? One of our readers, who submitted the name “Latina Martinez,” wanted to know more about the gas station and asked Curious Texas: What’s the big deal with Fuel City? How long has it been around? What history does it have?

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