Commercial Real Estate

The Foundry at Mockingbird Station Apparently Locking Out All Tenants

By Candy Evans / September 28, 2018 / 0 Comments

We got a tip this morning that The Foundry at Mockingbird Station, a reportedly fabulous high end co-working space, has locked out all its tenants. Apparently everyone showed up for work today and couldn’t even get onto the floor. Sad news because co-working spaces are one of the fastest-growing segments of commercial real estate. Just […]

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New Costco Coming to North Dallas East of Central at Greenville

By Candy Evans / September 27, 2018 / 0 Comments

Now this is interesting: Steve Brown is reporting that Costco is building a SECOND store in North Dallas in the vacant space on Park Lane at Greenville Avenue where the old Sam’s Club used to be until it was closed in 2011. Sam’s opened a store on Northwest Highway at Timber Creek. This is terrific […]

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Preston Hollow Village: Frost is Hot for Frosty Weather

By Candy Evans / December 18, 2016 / 1 Comment

Got myself over to Preston Hollow Village the other day, at the northwest corner of Central/75 and Walnut Hill Lane. Whenever I drive by that development I get happy. I’m happy because the stores are great, but happy also because it represents a new generation of progressive Dallas development. I still recall the old apartments […]

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H-E-B Buys Up Six Minyard’s Sunfresh Stores, DFW Screams With Joy

By Bethany Erickson / August 16, 2016 / 10 Comments

Monday afternoon, the Dallas-area Internet exploded: It wasn’t just a rumor, the long-desired H-E-B grocery store chain had bought up six Sunfresh Market sites — four in Dallas, one in Grapevine, and one in McKinney. Interestingly enough, it seems like the drumbeat for expansion may have been happening even earlier than this, judging from this […]

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How the $30,000 Millionaire is Boosting DFW Real Estate Values

By Contributor / May 26, 2016 / 3 Comments

Guest post by David Shaffer The term $30,000 millionaire describes a young professional who spends his or her disposable income on items that represent a more expensive lifestyle than what would be expected based on the paycheck. Think of the college graduate who wears designer suits, frequents five-star restaurants, and lives in a swanky high rise; […]

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After Fight at City Hall, Dallas Will Finally Get a Costco

By Joanna England / May 11, 2016 / 13 Comments

The future is bright for those of us who want a better, more sustainable wholesale option in Dallas, as the Dallas City Council voted 10-5 to approve $3 million in economic incentives to bring Costco inside the Dallas city limits. As Candy explained, the money will come from a public-private partnership fund that comes from […]

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