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Reports on North Texas Commercial Property Deals

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CRE Opinion

Chris Morrow: Can Greed Be A Good Thing?

The commercial real estate exec explains how leaders can use employee greed to a company's advantage.
By Chris Morrow
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Business

Leslie Stemmons Tamed the Trinity River

I-35 E in Dallas is named for the real estate developer that helped make the Design District possible.
By Photo courtesy of Dallas Public Library
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Business

Two Icons of Dallas’ Residential Real Estate Industry Pass Away

The former CEO of Ebby Halliday Cos. and the co-founder of Allie Beth Allman & Associates leave behind storied legacies.
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Science & Technology

Hybrid Rocket Engine Manufacturer Firehawk Aerospace Relocates Headquarters to DFW

As it closes a $17.6 million funding round—including investments from Goff Capital and Raytheon—Firehawk Aerospace is claiming Addison as its new home.
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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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CRE Opinion

Dallas Is A City for Those Seeking Opportunity

Wealth, abundance, prosperity, and substantiality are our 'gold,' says Douglas Elliman's Arthur Greenstein.
By Arthur Greenstein
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CRE Opinion

Property Managers Are Experts in All Things

Stream Realty Partners' Tiffany Marano says in a world filled with challenges, property managers remain ready to deliver.
By Tiffany Marano
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Health Systems

First Look: Cook Children’s Prosper Pediatric Hospital

The 24-bed facility will add to Cook Children's 23-acre medical campus.
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Commercial Real Estate

Grandscape at The Colony is Getting a Revolutionary Immersive Entertainment Venue

Called Cosm, the venture is backed by former RealPage CEO Steve Winn. Its new North Texas venue is being designed by Dallas-based HKS.
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CRE Opinion

The Workforce is Returning Back to the Office. But How? Why?

Hybrid options remain popular and employees want socialization, says Cushman & Wakefield's Ryan Hoopes.
By Ryan Hoopes