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How Chris Zahner Turned a White Lie into a Fast-Growing E-Bike Company

The Zooz Bikes co-founder and his partners are carving out market share in the forecasted $52 billion e-bike industry with a unique, patented design.

COVID-19 Bulletin (02/22/22)

Dallas County lowers threat to orange. Forth Worth is scaling back their vaccination sites.
By Jencie Tomasek
Sedrick Huckaby
Visual Arts

Home Is Where the Art Is

Letitia and Sedrick Huckaby make up one of the most prominent couples in the North Texas art scene. Their latest project: turning Sedrick’s grandmother’s house into a “living, breathing, moving work of art.”
By Alex Temblador

Dallas Retail Roundup: New Storefronts in Deep Ellum, Plano, Fort Worth, and More

Patagonia welcomes shoppers in Deep Ellum, Thrift Studio LIVE pops up in West Village, and other retail news you need to know.


Clerks at Mall
CRE Opinion

The Pandemic and Retail Real Estate: Where Are We Now?

The pandemic created nearly 2 million square feet of vacancy in DFW, says industry expert Herb Weitzman. But are we in a bad place?
Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: DFW’s Top Leases, Sales, and New Projects

SkyWalker Property and Keller Williams purchase Waxahachie Daily Light Building. Plus a developer acquired 65 acres of raw land east of Oak Point in Denton County.
Commercial Real Estate

CRE Briefs: Downtown Fort Worth is in the Middle of a Hotel Development Boom

Plus this week's deal ticker; Cushman & Wakefield discuss how retail is being impacted by COVID-19; and Louis Vuitton and Tiffany & Co. file permits to open in Plano.
Commercial Real Estate

Will Fort Worth be the Next Hot Spot For Corporate Relocations?

CBRE Fort Worth's senior vice president David Walters believes upgrades like the new Dickies Arena will spur further economic development.
By David Walters