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Personnel Moves

Mooyah Burgers, Fries & Shakes Names New President

Plus, two Dallas-based jewelry brands welcome a new CEO, DMA hires new CMO, and more.
By Preston Rios
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Deal Ticker

Massive Health and Wellness District Heads to Frisco Station

Plus CBRE brokers the largest single-asset multifamily transaction in Texas history; Hillwood to add 1 million square feet at AllianceTexas; and more.
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Deal Ticker

Dallas’ Lobello Family Sells Preston Center Property

Plus massive Trammell Crow industrial development sells; the FDIC moves into 163,000 square feet at Plaza of the Americas; and more.
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Deal Ticker

California Protective Eyewear Brand Wiley X Plots North Texas Headquarters

Plus: Downtown Dallas lands another massive office deal, a Forney Industrial Park changes hands, and Warby Parker moves into the Knox/Henderson neighborhood.
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Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: Fort Worth’s Triune Centre Lands Anchor Tenant

Plus: Cantex purchased former Guiberson Corporation in South Dallas; CHRISTUS Health filed permits to build new Irving headquarters, and more.

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Commercial Real Estate

Meet the Finalists: The Top Office Leases of 2020

Deals include AT&T Services; Bell Textron; Haynes and Boone; Heritage Auctions, Oncor, and Peloton.
By Ellie Beeck
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Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: VanTrust Real Estate Plans Major Industrial Development East of Dallas

Plus: CityLine's The Riley has sold, flexible office and warehouse space Saltbox lands in Farmers Branch, Dallas' ZAAP Kitchen opens Fort Worth location, and more.
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Commercial Real Estate

Deal Ticker: State Filings Suggest HQ Move for Leading Hotel Management Company

Plus: Massive cold storage distribution center heading to DFW, Gucci plans Legacy West boutique, developer unveils plans to reimagine the former site of North Hills Mall.
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Commercial Real Estate

Transwestern Nets 187,000 Square Feet at 3400 CityLine

Four new tenants take the new office building in Richardson to 60 percent leased.
By Jeremiah Jensen