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Commercial Real Estate

Is the Next Cycle of Commercial Real Estate in North Texas Finally Here?

More importantly, could be bigger than the last cycle? Kaizen Development's Nick Summerville explains.
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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

Spec Office Building From Kaizen Development Partners Coming to McKinney

The eight-story, 200,000-square-foot facility will anchor mixed-use project called District 121.
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CRE Opinion

Kaizen CEO Questions How COVID is Impacting Company Culture, Business Relationships

Derrick Evers: How do you explain that authentic connections matter in business when you're not able to look them in the eye to communicate it?
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Commercial Real Estate

D CEO Most Read Real Estate Posts of 2019

Website analytics say these are the most noteworthy real estate headlines of 2019

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Commercial Real Estate

Kaizen Development Partners Begins Demolition on The Link

Razing has begun and financing has been secured for the 300,000-square-foot Class-AA office development in Uptown.
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Commercial Real Estate

CRE Awards Finalists: Developer of the Year

At the intersection of vision and action, these developers stood out from the pack in 2018.
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Business

This Is How Derrick Evers Cheated Death—Twice

Growing up, the well-known Dallas developer survived a scare. When his reputation got tied up in his partners’ Forest Park scheme, he faced another.
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Business

How Kaizen Development Made it Through the Fire

Derrick Evers and his partners went through hell at their first company. Here's how they battled back.
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Commercial Real Estate

Kaizen Development Partners to Build 300,000 SF Office Building in Uptown

Underdog developer scores one of the last available Uptown sites, gunning for the next game-changing relocation.