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CRE Opinion

Staying Current in An Ever-Changing Industrial Market

Here's what real estate professionals can do to help weather the times of uncertainty, according to Stream Realty Partners' Matt Dornak.
By Matt Dornak
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CRE Opinion

Is Dallas the Next Boom Town for Data Centers?

CBRE's Mikey Jaillet says unprecedented growth in the data center sector across the country is fueled by demand, and Dallas has been a shining star.
By Mikey Jaillet
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CRE Opinion

Retail Reigns: Even in Economic Slowdown, It’s a Solid Investment

Grocery-anchored shopping centers remain a strong investment, says The Rainier Cos.' Danny Lovell.
By Danny Lovell
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Hospitality

TREC Market Matters Recap: What’s Happening in Hospitality?

Key takeaways from TREC's Market Matters panel, featuring Dupree Scovell of Woodbine Development Corp., John Bourret of Eastdil Secured, and Kevin Davis of JLL Americas.
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Mental Health

Here Is Where Dallas’ New State Psych Hospital Will Be

The facility will add 300 inpatient beds to the medical district.

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CRE Opinion

Construction Inclusion Week is Coming, and Here’s Why It Matters

It is October 17th to 21st, and McCarthy Holdings' Kamecia Mason says diversity, equity, and inclusion should be celebrated not just for a week but year round.
By Kamecia Mason
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D CEO Events

Get Tickets Now: D CEO’s 2022 DEI Symposium, The Business of Belonging

The half-day, in-person event, "The Business of Belonging," will be a timely and necessary conversation, featuring executives and top leaders who are focused on equitable workplaces that can drive meaningful change.
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Business

First Look: Inside Bryan Trubey’s Fair Park of the Future

The former HKS architect known for his sports stadium prowess is now working with Overland Partners to redesign Fair Park and uplift its surrounding neighborhoods.
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Business

North Texas Is the Country’s New Semiconductor Manufacturing Capital

Development may be softening in some DFW suburbs, but the U.S. 75 corridor north of McKinney is taking off.
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CRE Opinion

The Need for Speed is Fueling Record Data Center Demand

Cushman & Wakefield's Ali Greenwood says there is a major supply-demand imbalance in the sector, with labor shortages and supply chain issues slowing delivery of new product to market.
By Ali Greenwood