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Residential

Ebby Halliday: The First Lady of Dallas Real Estate

Halliday transferred her skills as a hat saleswoman to the real estate field. She proceeded to build a billion-dollar enterprise.
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Business

How Alexander Sanger Helped Make Dallas a Retail Mecca

The German immigrant's dry goods stores were the first in the state to have electricity, passenger elevators, and gas fixtures.
By Vivasvaan Aditya Raj
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Commercial Real Estate

Wojo’s Mojo: How Gary Wojtaszek Is Building RecNation, His Second Highly Lucrative REIT

After the data center giant he built sold for $15 billion, Gary Wojtaszek is working his magic again with RecNation—having already raised $800 million.
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Business

TCU’s Medical School Mixes Theory and Practice

Anne Burnett Marion School of Medicine at Texas Christian University graduated its first class this spring under a new curriculum model that integrates classroom learning with clinical application.
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Business

Dallas’ Medical District Experiencing a Healthy Dose of Growth

Despite national real estate industry headwinds, several healthcare projects continue to spur growth in Dallas’ Medical District.
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Commercial Real Estate

How Cliff Booth’s Canadian Upbringing Shaped his Real Estate Career

Influenced by the walkability and central location of downtown Montreal, the founder and chairman of Westmount Realty Capital saw opportunities in Dallas' city center early on.
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Economy

The Million-Dollar Question: Is A Recession On the Horizon?

Three economic development professionals share DFW’s strengths in an unpredictable economy.
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Dallas 500

Meet the Dallas 500: Dev Rastogi

The vice president and Dallas executive for AECOM talks about her leadership strategies, what she would change about the construction industry, and more.
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Business

Meet Shelly Slater and Jodie Hastings, the Sisters Behind Design District Coworking Space The Slate

The duo turned their career breaking points into a coworking space that boasts members that range from one-person ventures to Southwest Airlines.
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Commercial Real Estate

Designing Luxury Hospitality Experiences Around the Globe

Dallas-based Nunzio Marc DeSantis Architects has grown from three to 30 employees in five years.
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