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Home Tours

See the Houses on the Las Colinas 50th Anniversary Home Tour 

The Irving mixed-use development is celebrating its golden birthday with events all year long, like a home tour May 20–21.
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Hillwood Developing 1.7 Million Square Feet of New Industrial Space

Plus: City of Irving is offering up big incentives to lure banking giant Wells Fargo; Construction company Brasfield & Gorrie expands its North Texas presence; and more.
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Commercial Real Estate

These Are The Top DFW Submarkets Poised For Growth

Let's take a deep dive into metrics such as rent growth, new development, and projected population.
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Business

D CEO’s Most-Read Stories For May

Here are the news reports and features getting the most clicks in the past month.
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Commercial Real Estate

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

Downtown Dallas CVS sold to Florida-based buyer, The American Athletic Conference moves to Las Colinas, and UNT renews 56,000 square foot lease in Frisco.
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Amazon Officials Confirm New DFW Fulfillment Center

According to Amazon officials, the new fulfillment center will create 1,000 new, full-time jobs
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Irving’s Next Act Springs to Life

After losing its identity as an epicenter for sports, the city made a big bet on meetings and entertainment.
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Local News

Irving’s Mayor and City Council Get VIP Treatment at Toyota Music Factory

A previously unreported part of the city's lease with the venue calls for seven premium tickets to each event and thousands of dollars in food and drink each month.
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Business

City of Irving Sues the AG’s Office to Keep McKesson Documents Secret

The AG sided with us. But Irving officials feel like tossing away some taxpayer money.
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Business

McKesson Missed Its Benchmarks and Never Received Incentives for Irving Move

Contrary to reports, the city of Irving never cut the pharma giant a check—and whether it ever will is anyone's guess.
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