Arts District

Museum Tower’s Greg Greene Says Owners Really Want to Fix Glare on Nasher, Even if It Costs Millions

By Candy Evans / June 25, 2013 / 14 Comments

Greg Greene, one of the developers of Museum Tower, has told Candace Carlisle at the Dallas Business Journal that “ownership wants to financially step up to fix the tower’s glare inside the galleries at the Nasher Sculpture Center.” But then he added, agreeing on a solution could take more time. And it looks as though […]

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Museum Tower's Greg Greene Says Owners Really Want to Fix Glare on Nasher, Even if It Costs Millions

By Candy Evans / June 25, 2013 / 7 Comments

Greg Greene, one of the developers of Museum Tower, has told Candace Carlisle at the Dallas Business Journal that “ownership wants to financially step up to fix the tower’s glare inside the galleries at the Nasher Sculpture Center.” But then he added, agreeing on a solution could take more time. And it looks as though […]

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Hot Property: Scott Deakins Muses on Museum Tower, Low-Down Street Talk on Arts District Real Estate

By Candy Evans / July 10, 2012 / 0 Comments

Museum Tower’s ears must be burning, no pun intended. Last week a subtle article in the Dallas Morning News revealed that the Dallas Police & Fire Pension System has been investing in real estate assets for oh, about 30 years. Among those: Museum Tower, the Beat Lofts near Southside on Lamar, south of downtown Dallas, […]

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Just be Glad You Don’t Live in Atlanta: Case-Schiller Report Says Good Things About Dallas Market, Not so Good Things About Everywhere Else

By Joanna England / April 25, 2012 / 0 Comments

I love Dallas, y’all.

We’ve got a lot of things going for us. Take our beautiful Arts District, our growing Southern sector, and our rebounding downtown, for example. And according to Standard & Poors/Case-Schiller Home Price Indices, Dallas is maintaining its ground when it comes to residential real estate.

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