Commercial Real Estate

Work is Changing And Taking Architecture Right Along With It

By Jon Anderson / October 2, 2018 / 1 Comment

Any of us who’ve spent time in an office know that work is changing. We hear about new ways to work and all the technologies that aim to serve. But what about the actual physical spaces we work in?  Sure, everyone talks about mobility and the ubiquity of the cloud, but what about when the […]

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Commercial Real Estate Exposed: DCAD’s Other Black Hole of Assessed Value Accuracy

By Jon Anderson / May 9, 2018 / 7 Comments

Whenever property taxes are spoken about, residential usually gets the most ink. The reason is simple. The commercial market offers a fraction of the data available to a residential assessor. In the residential world, similar homes are typically clustered together, placing them in the same valuation realm. There aren’t a lot of crackerboxes on Strait […]

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Nazarians Push For Bishop Arts Village Zoning Change Request to Allow Hotel and Event Use

By Amanda Popken / December 14, 2016 / 1 Comment

Update 12/16/16 from yesterday’s Plan Commission meeting: after much conversation, commissioners voted to hold the motion until the January 19th meeting. Neighbors will be meeting with Rob Baldwin, the developer’s zoning rep after the New Year to clarify recent changes to the zoning amendment request. Arts Village, LLC (aka Exxir Capital, aka the Nazarian family) […]

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Parking and Patios in Uptown Under Seige

By Amanda Popken / November 30, 2016 / 4 Comments

Video courtesy of Uptown Dallas, Inc. Something has to be done. Uptown is beginning to feel a bit like Greenville Ave. did a few years back. Remember? The late night crime and violence, residential streets overrun with youthful overindulgence, and uninvited visitors parking in front of residences … to put it nicely.  Uptown is on the cusp […]

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

By CandysDirt.com 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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Monster 2 Acre Lot in Oak Cliff Gateway With Downtown Views Hits Market

By Joanna England / March 25, 2016 / 2 Comments

Looks like there could be a new mixed-use or multi-family development coming, as Charlie Perdue of Perdue Equities Company has listed this 2 acre site on Greenbrier with unobstructed downtown Dallas views. Trust me, this is an incredible lot, and is right in the Oak Cliff Gateway. “The site would be ideal for a seven- to […]

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