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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.
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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.
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Deal Ticker

Marketing Agency Swaps Space for Downtown’s One Main Place

Plus Smoothie King CEO launches new Asian concept; Rosewood Property Company and Champion Partners started construction on South Dallas industrial; and more.
Elephant East
Deal Ticker

Harwood District Unveils New Elephant East Restaurant Concept

Plus: Huffines Communities breaks ground on master-planned development in Mesquite; Experian Information Solutions leases large office at Stonebridge Ranch; and more.
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Deal Ticker

Mule Alley Welcomes New Tenants Including Flea Style

Plus: Resale platform ThredUP opens massive North Texas distribution site; large North Dallas Parkway office sells; and more.
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CRE Opinion

DFW Multifamily Market Hits Record-Breaking Benchmarks

Newmark exec Brian O'Boyle Sr. says "trading prices have reached impressive levels, and cap rates remain low, some in the 3.5 to 3.75 percent."