Commercial Real Estate

RealTech: Like Father, Like Son, Real Estate is All In The Family

By Candy Evans / January 22, 2015 / 0 Comments

This is sort of a teaser before I sit down for an interview with John Backes, founder of RealTech, but first  get used to more scenes like this: start-up founders pitching their tech companies to a group of people in an office space that is shared by several different entrepreneurs called co-working. This happened Tuesday […]

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Emerging Trends: Shared Economy May Alter Office and Transportation Needs

By Candy Evans / January 21, 2015 / 1 Comment

Just have to post this after a reader sent it my way, especially on the heels of Monday night’s AIA film and panel discussion about Dallas, the Trinity Toll Road/Parkway, and the automobile’s domination of our lives. Millennials are trying to be less car-centric. Something that might be contributing to that is our work habits. […]

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No Megastore in Uptown ‘Wear Red’ Rally: Monday 10 am to 3 pm at Klyde Warren Park

By Candy Evans / May 26, 2014 / 0 Comments

It’s Memorial Day, and what a better way to spend it than standing up for what you believe is right for your city. That’s why supporters for No Megastore Uptown! are meeting today from 10 am- 3 pm at Klyde Warren Park. Uptown Ciclova is turning the neighborhood into a car-free, walkable environment to bring […]

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Margaret Crow, R.I.P.

By Candy Evans / April 13, 2014 / 0 Comments

On the weekend that Hockaday celebrated it’s 100th anniversary, and one of her sons generously opened his beautiful home to a home tour benefiting the Park Cities Historical & Preservation Society, comes word that Margaret Doggett Crow, 94, wife of Trammell Crow, one of the nation’s most successful real estate developers, has died. Mrs. Crow […]

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Dallas Shopping Center Revival: A Park for Valley View Mall, Bravo for Belk in Texas

By Candy Evans / April 11, 2014 / 2 Comments

As you may know, the City of Dallas is getting very serious about saving two near-comatose shopping malls: Valley View Center at the intersection of LBJ and Preston in the north, and Southwest Center Mall in the south. The council is considering a budget of around $432 million, most of it aimed at helping the five […]

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Transwestern Flier Irks Some Nearby Residents With Rezoning Claims

By Joanna England / March 10, 2014 / 8 Comments

A resident within Preston Hollow East Homeowners Association received a flier from Transwestern and Dodd Communications and sent it our way. Some homeowners are saying that the flier is misleading, claiming that the rezoning was already in the bag: SOMEONE THOUGHT THAT SARAH DODD’S BROCHURE INDICATED THAT THE REZONING WAS ALREADY DONE, AND AS I […]

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