DF Market Holdings is making headway on its plans for the Dallas Farmers Market. SideDish’s Nancy Nichols met with Brian Bergersen of Spectrum Properties and Jack Gosnell of UCR to get an update on the project. She learned that DF Market Holdings has hired Dan Rizzie, the former Dallas painter and 80s contemporary art icon, to design the market’s new logo. She also got a look at site plans for the redevelopment, designed by Good Fulton & Farrell.
Dallas-Fort Worth job growth continues to be strong, and there doesn’t appear to be a stall on the horizon. Industry researchers predict that the North Texas multifamily market will continue to flourish through the end of 2016.
Quadrant Investment Properties LLC has acquired Preston Trail Atrium, a 122,000-square-foot office property at 17330 Preston Road in North Dallas, near Preston Trail Golf Club. The seller was Cawley Partners; terms were not disclosed.
Knowing how to successfully generate leads is a key component in our industry. But as technology and times evolve, so do the ways we go about it.
About 1,200 attended The Real Estate Council’s 21st annual Giving Gala, which raised more than $550,000 for the organization’s foundation. Here are some photos from the event, taken by James Edward.
Statistics prove the organizations and their people who adapt to change quickly have a competitive advantage. Those who do not, fall behind. And, who’s not looking for competitive advantage today?
Just 25 years ago, the community now known as AllianceTexas was nothing more than a vision, with construction under way on a new project called Alliance Airport. Fast-forward to 2013, and the area has unfolded into one of the nation’s largest master-planned developments, with a vibrant mix of uses across its 17,000 acres.
Many of the Dallas office buildings built in the 1980s boom are long overdue for a facelift, and designers have become the plastic surgeons for these commercial developments.
As part of its push to create a world class center for real estate education, research, and leadership, Southern Methodist University has tapped a director for its Robert and Margaret Folsom Institute for Real Estate. He’s Joseph Cahoon, former managing director of the Real Estate and Finance Center at the University of Texas McCombs School of Business, where he has also served as lecturer in graduate and undergraduate real estate finance since 2009.
As frequent readers of this blog know, most of what is written here involves the commercial side of the business: the office, retail, industrial, multifamily and land sectors. Somewhat slighted, I have noticed, is the existing single-family residential market. When I take a close look at that sector in terms of the overall real estate market here in Dallas-Fort Worth, I can only respond by saying: Sweet.