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September 6, 2015

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Preston Hollow South
Preston Hollow South is a community of approximately 1,100 condominiums, apartments, and townhouses on approximately 48 acres on the northeast corner of Preston Road and Northwest Highway. Greater Preston Hollow is generally the area bounded by Inwood Road, Royal Lane, Hillcrest Road, and Northwest Highway and derives its name from the Preston Hollow subdivision developed by A.G. Joyce beginning in 1924.
Although Preston Hollow South is outside the boundaries of the original development, it was part of the Town of Preston Hollow, 1939-45. Indeed, eleven street signs in Preston Hollow South are topped with a marker, seen at the top of each web page on this site, indicating “Est. 1939.”
Preston Hollow South is better known as the area “Behind the Pink Wall,” for the pink brick serpentine wall along the Preston Road and Northwest Highway. Built in the late 1950s it remains an iconic element of the City of Dallas.
The Neighborhood Association
The  Preston Hollow South Neighborhood Association was created in 2008 for the purpose of promoting the interests of this neighborhood, including:
  • Promotion of neighborhood cohesiveness
  • Protection of residential character of the community
  • Maintenance of a high-level appearance in the neighborhood
  • Promotion of safety in the neighborhood
  • Promotion of neighborhood crime watch programs
  • Sponsorship of social functions
The fiscal year ends September 30 and the annual meeting is held in October for the purpose electing directors and transacting such other business. The board meets at least four times per year.
Proposed Transwestern Project
On September 3, 2015, the City Plan Commission by a 15-1 vote approved PD Portion of the proposed Transwestern project on the west side of Preston Hollow South. For additional details about the project, please click here.