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Why You Need to Know Michael Levy

The new CEO of Crow Holdings is taking the reins of the organization's many facets.
By Julia Bunch
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Commercial Real Estate

Cliff Booth: A North Texas Perspective on ‘Last-Mile Distribution’

A greater demand for last-mile distribution may be driven by B2B users, which prefer infill locations versus new construction.
By Cliff Booth
Development

Craig Hall Holding Firm on His Theranos Bet

The rise and fall of Silicon Valley darling Theranos has been well publicized—the company was once valued at more than $1 billion. It ascended like Icarus up-up-up to a $9 billion valuation, eventually crashing down to below its initial value. Lesser known is how Dallas real estate developer Craig Hall plays into this narrative.
By Chase Beakley
Commercial Property Sales

Conversation With: Avison Young’s Agency Leasing Team

It has been a year since Chuck Sellers, Dale Ray, and Grant Sumner joined Avison Young to launch and lead the firm’s landlord services group in Dallas. Their portfolio now tops 3.5 million square feet. D Real Estate Daily recently sat down with the team to get their take on market activity, where the hot spots are, and what lies ahead.
Commercial Property Sales

EB5: Risks and Rewards in DFW Real Estate

When the program works, everyone is happy. Developers get low-cost capital from silent investors who really just want to break even. Investors get those all-important green cards, which provide permanent residency. Those who facilitate the investments get their cuts. And cities benefit from new jobs and tax-generating enterprises and developments.

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Commercial Property Sales

Conversation With: Sabine Gaedeke Stener, Gaedeke Group

Along with overseeing development of her company's new project in Plano, One Legacy West, Sabine Gaedeke Stener is busy pursuing real estate acquisitions in Boston and Manhattan—and opportunistic oil and gas buys for Gaedeke Energy, which she also runs.
Government & Law

Chuck Dannis: Have You Hugged Your County Tax Appraiser Lately?

As the May 31 deadline to file a protest with your local county tax assessor fast approaches, I thought it would be timely to share some thoughts gleaned from more than three decades experience of discussing assessed values from both the assessor’s point of view and the property owner’s point of view.
Commercial Property Sales

Paul Wittorf to Lead Transwestern’s DFW Operations

Transwestern has named Paul Wittorf to replace Jack Eimer as market leader for the firm’s North Texas operations, based in Dallas.
Commercial Property Sales

What Private Real Estate Investors Are Targeting This Year

In the first of a five-part “Industry Insights” event series, The Real Estate Council and Real Estate Deal Sheet gathered top executives in the private investment realm to find out where they plan to focus their time and capital in 2016.
Commentary

Speaking Their Minds: North Texas CRE Experts Sound Off

Our base of contributing editors has grown to include more than 100 execs. Take a look at about a dozen commentaries from the past few days to get an idea of the wide-ranging topics they cover.