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Commercial Real Estate


Deal Ticker

North Texas Industrial Portfolio Exchanges Hands

Plus: Two Uptown multifamily sell; two new restaurants join Omni Dallas Hotel’s Lamar collection; and more.
CRE Opinion

North Texas’ Commercial Real Estate is in Hyper-Growth Mode

Presidium CEO John Griggs on how to overcome the uncertainty of fluctuating construction costs.
By John Griggs
D CEO Events

Scenes From D CEO’s Commercial Real Estate Awards

The region's biggest dealmakers gathered at Gilley's to celebrate the year's most notable projects—and the people who made them happen.
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Commercial Real Estate

Five Trends to Watch in Commercial Real Estate

North Texas is expected to be a big winner in the post-coronavirus recovery. Here are some projects and trends to keep an eye on.
Commercial Real Estate

Investing During Chaotic Times: Where Are The Distressed Opportunities?

Velocis Partner David Seifert says they are closer than you think.
By David Seifert


Commercial Real Estate

Why Agility and Adaptability Are Essential in Commercial Real Estate

Those unwilling to respond to the changing needs of their clients and demands of the marketplace will get left behind, says Stream Realty Partners' Dan Harris.
By Dan Harris
Commercial Real Estate

Nominate Now: D CEO’s 2021 Commercial Real Estate Awards

A new category has been added to this year's program—which honors projects, deals, and industry executives—for emerging leaders under 40.
Retail Store

How the Pandemic Challenged Retail Real Estate

What consumers said they would feel comfortable doing within two months after a reduction in the spread of the virus.
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Commercial Real Estate

Distressed Debt: When Will Opportunity Emerge?

Hart Advisors Group CEO shares three tips about what the uncertainty of a global pandemic means for investors waiting on the sidelines.
By Tanya Hart Little
Bank of America Plaza
Commercial Real Estate

COVID-19 And The Future of Capital Markets

This is not the GFC of 2008-2010, we will experience cap rate compression for core office in the U.S. in late 2020, and other musings from Cushman & Wakefield's Mike McDonald.
By Mike McDonald