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Travel

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.
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Commercial Real Estate

New Lineup of Contributing Editors for D CEO Real Estate

More than 100 market leaders have signed on to share their perspectives on industry trends, economic reports, and various sectors and submarkets.
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Commercial Real Estate

These Are The Real Estate Stories That Shaped 2020

Despite a global pandemic, DFW remained a hotbed for transactions.
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Business

Suite Talk: Robert Shaw of Columbus Realty Partners and Dan Noble of HKS Inc.

The urbanism experts talk mobility, smart development, and ideas for knitting the city of Dallas back together.
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Commercial Real Estate

Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2020 Commercial Real Estate Awards

The competition was stiff and judging was difficult, but 65 projects, transactions, and dealmakers stood out.

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Commercial Real Estate

Frisco Station Expands Office Space With Third Building

It is anticipated that nearly 15,000 people will have daytime employment at Frisco Station.
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Commercial Real Estate

Take a Look: Renderings Released for Klyde Warren Park 2.0

The construction of the highway deck that the expanded Park will rest on will be funded using the same public/private partnership used to build the existing Klyde Warren Park.
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Business

Buyer’s Remorse? Amazon Could be Getting Cold Feet in New York

Facing heavy opposition in the Big Apple, Amazon is reconsidering its HQ2 decision. Guess who's single and ready to mingle?
By Jeremiah Jensen
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Business

Dallas’ HQ2 Super-Site Could Lure Other Big Tenant

The city of Dallas and its real estate professionals were able to amass 28 million square feet for Amazon HQ2. It's all up for grabs now.
By Jeremiah Jensen
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Opinion: Solving Affordable Housing

The Dallas of the future will be denser, less geared to automobiles, and more geared to mass transit and walkable neighborhoods.