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Dallas Retail and Hotel Construction Plows Ahead
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Dallas Retail and Hotel Construction Plows Ahead
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Dallas construction activity remains strong in 2019, despite continued pressure from tethers like tariffs, land costs, labor costs, and the threat...

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Amazon Bails on New York, But It is Unlikely That Dallas Is Back in the Running for HQ2
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Amazon Bails on New York, But It is Unlikely That Dallas Is Back in the Running for HQ2
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According to a spokesperson for the company, Amazon has backed out of its plans to locate part of its HQ2 in Long Island City, reigniting some...

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Why New Apartment Buildings All Look the Same
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Why New Apartment Buildings All Look the Same
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An alert FrontBurnervian who has followed Peter Simek’s musings on this blog about the uniform ugliness of new apartment complexes in Dallas — ...

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10 Things to Know About Getting a Divorce in Texas
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10 Things to Know About Getting a Divorce in Texas
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Getting a divorce is never easy. But with the right legal counsel in your corner, it can be a smooth and manageable process. That's where...

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New Report Lays Out Case for DFW's Urban Future
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New Report Lays Out Case for DFW's Urban Future
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We're living in an urban boom. To find evidence of it, all you need to do is look around at all the cranes in the sky around downtown Dallas. Over...

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NTCAR Announces Hall of Fame Inductees for 2019
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NTCAR Announces Hall of Fame Inductees for 2019
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North Texas Commercial Association of Realtors and Real Estate Professionals has named this year's hall-of-famers and the recipient of its Michael...

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Hillwood to Build 1.5 Million More Square Feet at Alliance
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Hillwood to Build 1.5 Million More Square Feet at Alliance
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Hillwood will be building three new industrial spec buildings at Alliance totaling roughly 1.5 million square feet. "Hillwood is excited to launch...

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Hitting Above Their Weight: Small Retail Centers Steal the Spotlight
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Hitting Above Their Weight: Small Retail Centers Steal the Spotlight
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If you want to understand the state of Dallas-Fort Worth's retail market, just look at the performance of shopping centers at two ends of the...

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Where the Opportunities Lie: Construction Outlook 2019
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Where the Opportunities Lie: Construction Outlook 2019
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In the Urban Land Institute's (ULI) Emerging Trends in Real Estate 2019, Dallas-Fort Worth returns to the No. 1 spot for predictable strong future...

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Scenes from D Magazine's State of Dallas Residential Real Estate Panel
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Scenes from D Magazine's State of Dallas Residential Real Estate Panel
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Real estate experts and enthusiasts came together on January 24 for the State of Dallas Residential Real Estate Panel to network over breakfast...

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Las Colinas Bags a Big, Fat WeWork Lease
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Las Colinas Bags a Big, Fat WeWork Lease
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The coworking giant WeWork signed a lease for three floors at The Towers at Williams Square in Las Colinas, adding momentum to the trend of...

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Shannon Wynne Wants to Rename Oak Lawn Park for Stanley Marcus
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For local restaurateur Shannon Wynne, a two-story tribute to Stanley Marcus is not enough. Wynne recently commissioned artist Brent Hale to paint a...

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The Recession Is Coming, But It's OK
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The conversations that I’ve had lately have felt markedly different due to the unnerving amount of fear people have regarding the pervasive...

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A Look at Weir's, a Family-Run Staple of Dallas, Through the Years
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We’ve known this day was coming for some time now, but it’s still going to be surreal not to see Weir’s Furniture at its usual post on the corner...

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Read This Morning News Column on Plano's Future
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In December, our Peter Simek wrote a column about Plano. Titled “Inside the Legal Battle for Plano’s Future,” the piece chronicled how the city...

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“Would you like fresh fruit delivered to your office?”
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ORCHARD At The OFFICE is proud to provide fresh fruit delivery to businesses throughout the Dallas / Fort Worth area. It’s what we do and it’s all...

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Real Estate Trends to Watch in 2019
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I was born in Alligator, Mississippi, but as the saying goes, “I got to Texas as fast as I could.” No matter where you are or where you’re from,...

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Blog 3 weeks ago
Craig Hall Named Winner of D CEO's 2019 Pioneer Award
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As part of its Commercial Real Estate Awards program, D CEO has named Craig Hall as the 2019 winner of the Pioneer Award. Over the course of his...

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Government Shutdown Could Undercut Stability in the Multifamily Market
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As the government shutdown continues, landlords and tenants receiving subsidies under Section 8 from the Department of Housing and Urban...

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Don't Write Off the Value of Modest Apartment Buildings
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Economic expansion in major urban areas has created a housing crisis – we need more housing product built close to jobs or else prices for the...

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Bring on Merger Mania
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Corporate America has been experiencing elevated levels of mergers and acquisitions (not just the sizable AT&T/Time Warner merger which was...

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AT&T Buys Historic Interurban Building
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AT&T, one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s largest employers with roughly 16,000 employees, has acquired the historic Interurban Building at 1500 Jackson St....

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A Quick Visit to and Assessment of the New 4510/SIX Hotel Shop in The Joule
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Since the 2017 announcement that Brian Bolke was stepping down as president of Forty Five Ten, I’ve attempted to keep up with the many, seemingly...

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Assessing the Paths Ahead for Preston Center
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Last time, we explored how former Dallas Mayor Laura Miller has led the charge to stall redevelopment in Preston Center. We also saw how Miller’s...

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CRE Opinion: Digital Natives and the Changing of the Brick-and-Mortar Guard
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Many of my Retail Connection teammates and I recently attended the regional ICSC Deal Making convention in New York City. Second only to the...

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CRE Opinion: Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want
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In a rapidly changing world, it’s no surprise that commercial real estate is evolving faster than ever. In global corporate services, these changes...

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CRE Opinion: All Gas, no Brake
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I finally feel like I have time to breathe before we enter 2019! After a flurry of calls, meetings, tours and the dust finally settling from a...

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CRE Opinion: Not Your Father’s Office Building
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Amenitizing office buildings is an ever-changing dialog with end users, brokers, and investors. Back in the 1980s, nearly every office building we...

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CRE Opinion: Survey Says: 'Downtown has Arrived'
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As an organization, it is extremely important for Downtown Dallas, Inc. to take stock of the perceptions and realities of the rapidly-growing...

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CRE Opinion: The Biggest Industrial Gold Mine in DFW
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As 2018 winds to a close, it’s interesting to consider how much has changed in Dallas-Fort Worth since the start of the year. One notable shift...

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