Commercial Real Estate

Commercial Real Estate: Dallas-Fort Worth Isn’t Done With Density, Says Cody Payne

By Contributor / July 1, 2020 / 0 Comments
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By Cody Payne, Senior Vice President | Dallas-Fort WorthCapital Markets Group, Colliers International As the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex continues to add out-of-state residents, suburbs continue to expand. The race for affordable housing sends developers further away from urban cores in order to find suitable land options to build master-planned communities. With the growth of cities […]

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Cody Payne: In Commercial Real Estate, COVID-19 Will Change The Way Office, Retail Spaces Work

By Contributor / June 10, 2020 / 0 Comments

By Cody Payne, Senior Vice President | Dallas-Fort WorthCapital Markets Group, Colliers International In the commercial real estate industry, we’ve been asked this a lot: How will COVID-19 affect office spaces and leasing moving forward? As occupiers start their transition back to office space, companies are starting to look after their staff’s health first. COVID-19 […]

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Talking The Future of Real Estate on The Office Industrial Connection

By Candy Evans / April 27, 2020 / 0 Comments

Back when apartments were going up faster than the price of toilet paper, we said, “Huh, maybe there are too many apartments.” Others said, “Nope.” And when we saw strip shopping centers fill up with Amazon-proof businesses such as nail salons, massage spas and hair stylists, we said “Wait until Coronavirus hits, the state closes […]

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What COVID-19 Means For The Future of Commercial Real Estate

By Contributor / April 9, 2020 / 1 Comment

By Jonathan Wasserstrum Founder / CEO, SquareFoot Right now, with the economic impact we’re seeing from the health scare we’re enduring, nobody knows what is yet to come. As a business owner, I need to pay attention to what’s happening, keep my team safe, and do right by my clients by offering them support and […]

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Cheer Up, North Texas: No Downtick in Office and Industrial Investment

By Candy Evans / March 16, 2020 / 0 Comments

The stock market is down, but CRE is looking pretty darn good right now, especially in North Texas…

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Keller City Council Approves 38-Acre Mixed-Use Development

By Brandi Addison / January 28, 2020 / 0 Comments

Keller City Council approved a 38-acre mixed-use development along US Highway 377 and Mount Gilead road during last Week’s council meeting.

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