Anchored by West Village, the Cityplace TIF now boasts 2,987 residential units and 724,438 square feet of retail and commercial space. Of the 238 acres in this TIF, just 29 remain undeveloped. Forest City recently purchase 3 of those remaining acres (a portion of the former Hank Haney site) and is developing a 20-story residential tower with retail on the first floor. There is also a 250,000-square-foot tenant eyeing one of the last parcels of land for a corporate build to suit. With just a few remaining parcels of developable land on the west side, we are starting to see one new trend: a burst of mixed-use development on the east side.
Think of Dallas’ best restaurants, highest-end condos and most expensive office buildings. Chances are you just pictured real estate that is all located within a half-mile radius of the Dallas Art’s District. So how is it that many of our city’s finest amenities and most prestigious buildings became located within such close proximity?
It’s time to take back control of your day! Often, it’s so easy to let our daily “to do’s” take over our time and therefore lose sight of our goals. Here are a few tips to help you take control of the work week.
I like to spend the last week of every year developing my goals for the upcoming year. This has been a tremendous help in reaching major achievements—and conquering even the small goals that can sometimes be cumbersome. Here are some tips for achieving your goals in 2012.
The Dallas-Fort Worth population increased 7.4 percent during the last decade. The average annual increase in population over the last 10 years was 148,000. Over the last four years, the population growth has increased by 160,000 per year—or nearly 1 million people every six years! So why are so many people and companies relocating to the Lone Star State?
After regularly entertaining clients, the usual dining options can get a little stale. For those who are willing to venture out, here are a few unique, tried-and-true recommendations.
Downtown office buildings that are north of the DART Rail are feeling the positive effects of the world-renowned amenities in the Arts District and surrounding area. Those to the south aren’t as fortunate.
I’m often asked by younger women in real estate how I’ve managed to be successful in a male-dominated business. Here’s the advice I share with them.
As the Upper Tollway/West Plano area continues to get crunched, surrounding submarkets will see increased activity. Richardson already is benefiting, and landlords there likely will raise lease rates in 2011. Also, with few large blocks available, expect new construction in the Legacy area.