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This Is Just How Far DFW Hotel Room Rates Have Fallen
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This Is Just How Far DFW Hotel Room Rates Have Fallen

The coronavirus pandemic delivered a harsh blow to Dallas-Fort Worth hospitality assets, with hotels watching their revenue per available room, or...

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If JCPenney, Neiman's Go Bankrupt Or Close Stores, These Retailers Could Benefit
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If JCPenney, Neiman's Go Bankrupt Or Close Stores, These Retailers Could Benefit

The retail space has faced a tumultuous year with threats of bankruptcy and a massive restructuring in the wake of the coronavirus shutdown. Mega...

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Texas Is Ready To Reopen For Business, But Tenants May Not Be
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Texas Is Ready To Reopen For Business, But Tenants May Not Be

Texas is reopening for business on Friday. Texas Gov. Greg Abbott issued an executive order Monday, allowing all retail stores, restaurants, movie...

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The Offices Two At Frisco Station Reaches 75% Occupancy With New Tenant
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The Offices Two At Frisco Station Reaches 75% Occupancy With New Tenant

The Offices Two at Frisco Station is a step closer to 100% capacity after inking a deal with Magellan Health. The healthcare services provider...

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DFW Hotel Sector Went From Booming To Bleeding. Recovery Could Be A Year Away.
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DFW Hotel Sector Went From Booming To Bleeding. Recovery Could Be A Year Away.

The Dallas-Fort Worth hotel industry went belly up in a matter of weeks as the coronavirus pandemic interrupted hotel construction and deflated...

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JCPenney Bankruptcy? Analysts Say It's Valuable Enough To Survive
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JCPenney Bankruptcy? Analysts Say It's Valuable Enough To Survive

Even with reports of JCPenney Co. discussing Chapter 11 bankruptcy reorganization behind the scenes with lenders, retail analysts believe the 118...

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This Week's Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet
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This Week's Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet

The coronavirus slowdown is not halting office leasing or construction activity at Billingsley Co.'s Cypress Waters mixed-use development in Dallas...

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Online Searches Suggest Apartment Renters Are Back In The Game
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Online Searches Suggest Apartment Renters Are Back In The Game

Online search activity for U. S. apartments dropped suddenly in mid-March as the coronavirus became a worldwide pandemic. RENTCafé analysts saw a...

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Limited Leverage, Right Assets Are Coronavirus Hedging Tools
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Limited Leverage, Right Assets Are Coronavirus Hedging Tools

It has been a year since Rick Perdue took the reins at Rosewood Property Co. as CEO. He could never have predicted then the situation he would be...

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DFW Retail Experts Say 30% To 35% Of Restaurants May Not Reopen
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DFW Retail Experts Say 30% To 35% Of Restaurants May Not Reopen

The impact of the first modern-day pandemic on North Texas is still unfolding, but once it ends, retail professionals expect to find a much smaller...

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Restaurant Operator Sues Chubb Over Denial Of Coronavirus-Related Business Interruption Coverage
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Restaurant Operator Sues Chubb Over Denial Of Coronavirus-Related Business Interruption Coverage

The coronavirus has officially hit the courtroom. A restaurant group has sued Chubb, the first such case filed against the insurance company, over...

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New Industrial Hub Breaks Ground In Dallas
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New Industrial Hub Breaks Ground In Dallas

Developers broke ground this week on the 198K SF Skyline Commerce Center development, a Class-A industrial project in northeast Dallas alongside...

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This Week's Deal Sheet
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This Week's Deal Sheet

Forney continues to attract new commercial businesses as DFW residents flock to the city, looking for affordable homes and lifestyles. McDonald's...

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Addison-Based Risk Management Data Firm Moves To Plano
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Addison-Based Risk Management Data Firm Moves To Plano

Digital Matrix Systems plans to relocate its corporate headquarters from Addison to Preston Park Towers West in Plano. The firm, which offers...

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East Quarter Is On Track, But My Focus Is On People
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East Quarter Is On Track, But My Focus Is On People

Todd Interests CEO Shawn Todd had already jumped headfirst into the old East Quarter district in Downtown Dallas when what is shaping up to be one...

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Weitzman CEO And President Marshall Mills
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Weitzman CEO And President Marshall Mills

This series aims to capture a moment in time, talking to men and women in commercial real estate about how their lives and businesses are being...

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DFW Retail Leasing Activity Slowed In Q1
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DFW Retail Leasing Activity Slowed In Q1

The consistently strong Dallas-Fort Worth retail market stubbed its toe in the first quarter as leasing activity stalled on coronavirus fears, CBRE...

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In Q1, DFW Industrial Remained Healthy And Robust
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In Q1, DFW Industrial Remained Healthy And Robust

Despite a recognition the economy started to fall at the end of the first quarter on coronavirus shutdowns and fears, Dallas-Fort Worth industrial...

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In The Coronavirus Crisis, Some Retailers In Chapter 11 Are Too Stuck To Reorganize
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In The Coronavirus Crisis, Some Retailers In Chapter 11 Are Too Stuck To Reorganize

Struggling retailers and secured lenders usually push for Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings in the hopes of escaping debt and reorganizing under...

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Large Corporations Could Bring Office Employees Back In Waves
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Large Corporations Could Bring Office Employees Back In Waves

Real estate professionals tied to major corporations around the world anticipate employees will return to work at different times, with some...

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Pier 1 Imports May Shut Down 90% Of Its Stores
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Pier 1 Imports May Shut Down 90% Of Its Stores

Home furnishing and accessories retailer Pier 1 Imports may be closing more than 450 stores, with a potential bidder in bankruptcy court proposing...

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DFW Mega-Mall Redevelopment Projects Remain On Schedule Despite Coronavirus Interference
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DFW Mega-Mall Redevelopment Projects Remain On Schedule Despite Coronavirus Interference

Three major Dallas-Fort Worth mall redevelopment projects remain on track, with their timetables virtually unaffected by the massive coronavirus...

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Industrial Assets Will Not Escape Coronavirus' Wrath, But These Metros Are Better Positioned To Thrive
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Industrial Assets Will Not Escape Coronavirus' Wrath, But These Metros Are Better Positioned To Thrive

Whether a metro area's industrial sector survives this downturn without significant asset disruption depends entirely on where a region's...

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Retail And Restaurant Tenants Breathe New Life Into A Beloved Texas Landmark
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Retail And Restaurant Tenants Breathe New Life Into A Beloved Texas Landmark

Few places feel more authentically Texan than the Fort Worth Stockyards. With its rich, cowboy-centric history and twice-daily cattle drives, the...

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Craig Hall On The Good, The Bad, The Ugly And The Opportunities After COVID-19 Downturn
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Craig Hall On The Good, The Bad, The Ugly And The Opportunities After COVID-19 Downturn

Real estate developer Craig Hall of the HALL Group refuses to take the Pollyanna approach when it comes to commercial real estate in the wake of...

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With The Coronavirus Buying Spree Over, Mega-Retailers See Traffic Declines
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With The Coronavirus Buying Spree Over, Mega-Retailers See Traffic Declines

Before the nation felt the deep impact of statewide and city-enforced coronavirus lockdowns, mega-retailers like Walmart, Costco and Target...

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Sharp Job Cuts Rock DFW Retail, Hospitality Sectors
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Sharp Job Cuts Rock DFW Retail, Hospitality Sectors

The final two weeks of March disrupted Dallas-Fort Worth's 10-year economic expansion, with the sharpest coronavirus-related contraction occurring...

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Lone Star Funds Spends $1.9B On Majority Stake In Hotel Company
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Lone Star Funds Spends $1.9B On Majority Stake In Hotel Company

Dallas-based private equity firm Lone Star Funds inked a deal this week to buy Japanese hotel brand Unizo Holdings Co. for $1.9B, Reuters reported....

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Private-Label CMBS Market Begs For Fed Lifeline As Liquidity Crisis Looms
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Private-Label CMBS Market Begs For Fed Lifeline As Liquidity Crisis Looms

The U. S. commercial mortgage market faces a liquidity crisis unless federal agencies throw private-label commercial-mortgage backed securities a...

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Brinker Suspends New Restaurant Construction, Cuts Executive Salaries
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Brinker Suspends New Restaurant Construction, Cuts Executive Salaries

The parent company of Chili's Grill & Bar and Maggiano's Little Italy launched aggressive measures to slow its cash burn rate during the COVID-19...

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