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Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Peter Brodsky

The Reimagine Redbird developer talks about revitalizing the South Dallas mixed-use development, the importance of mixed-income neighborhoods, and much more.
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Conversation With

On the Links With: Commercial Real Estate Icon Diane Butler

At the Ascendant LPGA Pro-Am, the avid golfer talks about selling her company, her involvement with Firefly Park, and her passion for pay equity in professional golf.
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Commercial Real Estate

Weir’s Plaza Redevelopment Nears Completion

Developers behind the Knox Street mixed-use release a new chapter of a four-part documentary about the historic project. You can watch it here.
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Commercial Real Estate

First Look: Uptown’s Maple Terrace Will Reimagine its Historic Roots

The former home of celebrities such as Judy Garland, Dean Martin, Elvis Presley and Liza Minnelli is being modernized into a boutique destination.
By Diante Marigny
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Commercial Real Estate

Former Leaning Tower of Dallas Site to Become a Health-Minded Mixed-Used Development

De La Vega Development has tapped Falcon Realty Advisors to lead retail leasing for the 27-acre project; new high-rise from StreetLights Residential also planned.
By Mariah Terry

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It’s Time to Transition from Talking to Building Equitable City Infrastructure

Did you know Texas is one of only three states that does not allow for mandatory inclusionary zoning?
By Steven Duong
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Architecture & Design

What’s Next for Mike Ablon’s Residential Towers in Oak Lawn

The proposed high rises set off of Cedar Springs Road will require a zoning change from the city. Meanwhile, Ablon is working with the public to understand concerns.
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Architecture & Design

Can Developer Mike Ablon’s Oak Lawn Towers Keep the LGBTQ Neighborhood Intact?

The towering mixed-use buildings proposed along Cedar Spring Road will be a contrast to the area’s profile of historic gay bars and restaurants.
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Commercial Real Estate

Outdoor-Friendly Retail and Office Destination Headed to Prestonwood

The development will bring office space and 81,500 square feet of readapted retail to the far North Dallas neighborhood.
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Commercial Real Estate

Conversation With: Southern Dallas Developer Terrence Maiden

COVID-19 has magnified the need for healthcare, banking, and access to food in communities like Southern Dallas, says the RedBird redeveloper.