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Real Estate Briefs

M2G Ventures To Redevelop Six Buildings in Design District

Plus: Transwestern has big leasing week; Holt Lunsford announces addition to its industrial team; and more.
By Carla McCanna
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CRE Opinion

DFW a Top Market for National and Global Investors

CBRE's Eliza Bachhuber: Our market has come a long way—and the future paced by industrial development continues to shine bright.
By Eliza Bachhuber
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CRE Opinion

Your Data Center Needs May Be Five Years Away, But You Need to Lease Them Tomorrow

Panic-buying is adding to scarcity of essential space and products, says JLL's Curt Holcomb.
By Curt Holcomb
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First Look: Dallas County Medical Society’s New Uptown Headquarters

The expanded space will also include a museum about the history of medicine in Dallas.
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Real Estate Briefs

Three New Leases at The Crescent Total More Than 123,000 Square Feet

Plus: Lincoln Property Co. announces three new office and residential tower projects in Uptown; Edge Realty Partners acquires more than 1 million square feet of retail space; and more.
By Carla McCanna

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CRE Opinion

How to Keep Dallas-Fort Worth at the Top

The region enjoys a booming economy and influx of people moving here, but how do we stave off complacency? Rick Perdue of Rosewood Property Co. has a few suggestions.
By Rick Perdue
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CRE Opinion

The Zivot: Pivoting to Attract and Retain Gen Z

Morrow Hill's Chris Morrow shares lessons he's learned leading a commercial real estate firm during the Great Resignation.
By Chris Morrow
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Real Estate Briefs

Hillwood Developing 1.7 Million Square Feet of New Industrial Space

Plus: City of Irving is offering up big incentives to lure banking giant Wells Fargo; Construction company Brasfield & Gorrie expands its North Texas presence; and more.
By Carla McCanna
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CRE Opinion

Opportunities Abound for Office-to-Multifamily Conversions in Downtown Dallas

Dallas needs more housing to continue to thrive and downtown Dallas' aging skylines are ideal for adaptive reuse, says Adolfson & Peterson Construction's Will Pender.
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CRE Opinion

You Don’t Have Time to Read This, But…

Arthur Greenstein of Douglas Elliman reminds you to outsource whenever possible to maintain your highest and best use.
By Arthur Greenstein