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CRE Opinion

The Need for Speed is Fueling Record Data Center Demand

Cushman & Wakefield's Ali Greenwood says there is a major supply-demand imbalance in the sector, with labor shortages and supply chain issues slowing delivery of new product to market.
By Ali Greenwood
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Business

Inside Look: PGA of America’s New Frisco HQ—and Its Multibillion-Dollar Impact

CEO Seth Waugh believes the new mixed-use campus will far outpace the Frisco EDC's predicted economic impact of $2.5 billion over 20 years.
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CRE Opinion

Industrial Outdoor Storage Is Having A Moment

The alternative asset class is quickly gaining momentum in DFW, according to Cushman & Wakefield’s David Eseke.
By David Eseke
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Real Estate Briefs

Law Firm O’Melveny & Myers Inks New Lease at Harwood No. 14

Plus: Four additional law firms lease space at Ross Tower; H-E-B continues its expansion into North Texas with new location in Allen; and more.
By Carla McCanna
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CRE Opinion

Kicking off a Real Estate Project Post-Pandemic

Extended lead times, permit delays, labor shortages, and elevated material and labor costs are just a few things to consider, according to Cushman & Wakefield's April Desabrais.
By April Desabrais

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Leadership

From the Battlefield to the Boardroom

How the military careers of some of DFW’s most influential executives shape their leadership strategies.
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Deal Ticker

Dave & Buster’s to Relocate Headquarters From Dallas to Coppell

Plus: CBRE brokers deal for new 500,000-square-foot plant, GREA sells six apartment communities, Weitzman inks new space for Ascension Coffee, and more.
By Taysha Billinger
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Personnel Moves

Fuzzy’s Taco Shop Hires New COO

Plus, McKool Smith promotes principal, CollateralEdge hires new VP, and more.
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CRE Opinion

DFW’s Robust Industrial Market and the Outlook for 2022

North Texas is on track to absorb 30 million square feet of industrial space in 2021, says Cushman & Wakefield's Nathan Orbin.
By Nathan Orbin
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Deal Ticker

Granite Properties Begins Construction on Plano Office Tower

Plus: Holt Lunsford wins two leases totaling 435,637 square feet, CBRE sells nine-building industrial portfolio, and more.