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Craig Hall


Valentine's Day

Executive Couples: Craig Hall, Amy Stewart, Fritz Rahr, and More

In this special Valentine’s Day series, North Texas business and nonprofit leaders share their relationship advice and ‘how we met’ stories.
Black Tie Dinner

Niecy Nash, Shangela, Bobby Berk, and Todrick Hall Join Star-Studded Black Tie Dinner

Plus: Craig and Kathryn Hall honored for visionary leadership; six trailblazers inducted into the 2021 Texas Women’s Hall of Fame; and more.

A DFW Staycation: Immerse Yourself in the Arts at this Boutique Hotel

Surrounded by Arts District venues, Hall Arts Hotel is modern and luxurious, with many thoughtful and whimsical touches.
HALL St. Helena at the Bergfeld Vineyard
Executive Travel

A Journey to Northern California’s Wine Country With Kathryn Hall

The entrepreneur took over her family’s wine business in the 1970s and has grown it into a flourishing, award-winning enterprise.
Nonprofit & Corporate Citizenship Awards

NPCC Finalists: Corporate Leadership Excellence

Executives from AMN Healthcare, Atmos Energy, Celanese Corp., and HALL Group are recognized for their deep community involvement.



First Hotel in Dallas’ Arts District Opens

The luxury boutique property is part of a $250 million downtown development from Craig Hall.
Commercial Real Estate

ULI North Texas Honors Developer Craig Hall at 5th Annual Impact Awards

The HALL Group founder received the prestigious Vision Award from the North Texas District Council of the Urban Land Institute.

What We Can Learn From the Failures of Dallas Business Leaders

Sometimes the biggest successes are born of disaster. Just ask Mark Cuban or Craig Hall.
By Jason Heid
Commercial Real Estate

The Winners of D CEO’s 2019 Commercial Real Estate Awards

As the region continues its rapid evolution, these projects, transactions, and industry pros are leading the way.

Craig Hall Named Winner of D CEO’s 2019 Pioneer Award

From the Arts District to Frisco, Hall has left an indelible mark on commercial real estate in North Texas.
By Jeremiah Jensen