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Oak Lawn Committee Sees Return of KDC, Some Trees, and a Crescent Communities Drive-By

By Jon Anderson / March 11, 2020 / 11 Comments

Last night’s Oak Lawn Committee meeting saw one good project, one “duh” project, and one project that has me seeing blistering red – you’ll want to read to the end for that one. The “duh” was a simple landscaping request for a project at 5490 Denton Drive Cut-off called Lenox Maplewood that was seen last […]

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Revived Braniff Building Among Four Projects Presented to The Oak Lawn Committee

By Jon Anderson / February 5, 2020 / 1 Comment

A plan from Mehrdad Moayedi to resurrect the Braniff building was the highlight of the Feb. 4 Oak Lawn Committee meeting, says Jon Anderson.

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Another Win for Plano: Legacy West Chosen for Large JPMorgan Chase Campus

By Leah Shafer / January 11, 2016 / 2 Comments

It’s been a rumored deal for months now, but now, Plano has another reason to celebrate. JPMorgan Chase has selected an anchor corner in Legacy West to build a $300-million, 1-million-square-foot high-rise campus to house 6,000 relocated employees from around DFW. JPMorgan Chase signed a letter of intent Thursday to build at Legacy West, Plano’s 240-acre development. […]

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Toyota Groundbreaking Is Green Light for North Texas Real Estate Community

By Leah Shafer / January 23, 2015 / 0 Comments

At a ceremonial groundbreaking Tuesday, about 100 attendees watched as a Toyota Tundra truck moved the first shovels of dirt for the Japanese automaker’s $350 million North American headquarters in West Plano. The relocation of Toyota Motor Corp.’s $350 million headquarters to Plano from Southern California was North Texas’ biggest corporate relocation of 2014. By […]

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Is Transit Oriented Develoment Making a Comeback? Richardson Develoment Dubbed CityLine is Betting on it

By Joanna England / October 29, 2013 / 0 Comments

Less than a decade ago, “transit-oriented development” was a buzzword you couldn’t escape. It was heralded by DART Rail boosters as a way to make mass transit and greater urban density more palatable and accessible. Since then we haven’t seen much in the way of successful transit-oriented development, as even Mockingbird Station — the project […]

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