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Global Solar Energy Provider Trina Solar Leases Huge DFW Industrial Facility, Will Create 1,500 Jobs

The 1.35 million-square-foot, single-tenant manufacturing plant is anticipated to open in late 2024.
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Industrial

Behind the Deal: California-based DrinkPak to Open Massive Fort Worth Manufacturing Plants

Totaling more than 2.8 million square feet, the industrial facilities will bring 1,000 jobs to the region and produce up to 5 percent of all cans in North America.
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Commercial Real Estate

North Texas Commercial Real Estate and Its Resilience: The Market That Never Quits

The deals may look different than previous years—says Daniel Taylor, executive managing director at Colliers—but in North Texas' resilient market, they're out there.
By Daniel Taylor
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Healthcare

Alcon Explores $100 Million Fort Worth Expansion

The eye care giant says it is still looking at multiple locations for a "manufacturing footprint project."
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Industrial

Industrial Capital Markets: What to Expect in 2023

Stream Realty's Seth Koschak puts data to trends that emerged in the past 12 months, and weighs in on what the sector likely will see moving forward.
By Seth Koschak
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SRS Real Estate Partners Launches New Industrial Division

The firm has filled its Dallas office with six industrial professionals who have handled more than 900 transactions valued at more than $1.2 billion.
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CRE Opinion

Capital Flows in Real Estate: Industrial Investments Continue the Surge

Westmount Realty Capital exec Cliff Booth shares a glimpse at capital flow trends now and in the future.
By Cliff Booth
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Commercial Real Estate

Everything’s Coming Up Roses for DFW’s Industrial Market

In an environment where demand exceeds supply, what can these companies do to ensure they have the industrial space they need?
By Bob Mohr
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Office

Major Insurance Provider Ditches the Suburbs for Downtown Skyscraper

Plus: Hillwood Properties plans Frisco multifamily, historic Fort Worth medical building changes hands, and more.
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Commercial Real Estate

What’s Driving Capitalization Rate Compression?

Westmount Realty Capital CEO Cliff Booth shares three factors what we’re seeing now within the value-add multifamily and industrial space.
By Cliff Booth
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