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Personnel Moves

Hilti Region Head and CEO To Step Down

Plus, The University of North Texas at Dallas names first ever chief of staff; HWH Group welcomes chief development officer; and more.
By Suzanne Crow
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Commercial Real Estate

Tenant Rep Industry Veteran Joins Newmark

Susan Arledge brings three decades of experience to the firm in site selection, data analytics, and relocations.
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Business

The DoorDash of Luxe Parties Relocates HQ from New York to Dallas

Social Studies—which is backed by Gwyneth Paltrow, Reese Witherspoon, and Whitney Wolf Herd—is in the midst of closing a nearly $5 million round of seed funding.
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Real Estate Briefs

Caterpillar Relocating Global Headquarters from Chicago to Irving

Plus: Jackson-Shaw adding to its Chisolm Business Park; Newmark sells Element Towers on LBJ; and more.
By Carla McCanna
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Commercial Real Estate

Newmark Selects The Link at Uptown for its New Dallas Office

With its two-floor lease, the commercial real estate firm will bring three of its North Texas offices together under one roof.

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Personnel Moves

Trammell Crow Co. Promotes Sustainability Lead

Plus, Enseo hires new CFO; Newmark promotes senior managing director; and more.
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Personnel Moves

The Richards Group Hires New CFO

Plus, Denton County Transportation Authority CEO steps down; SBI welcomes new CFO; and more.
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Deal Ticker

Dave & Buster’s to Relocate Headquarters From Dallas to Coppell

Plus: CBRE brokers deal for new 500,000-square-foot plant, GREA sells six apartment communities, Weitzman inks new space for Ascension Coffee, and more.
By Taysha Billinger
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Deal Ticker

Granite Properties Begins Construction on Plano Office Tower

Plus: Holt Lunsford wins two leases totaling 435,637 square feet, CBRE sells nine-building industrial portfolio, and more.
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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