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Preston Center

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Developer Trammell Crow Co. is planning to break ground soon on a huge new industrial park in North Fort Worth.
Deal Ticker

Trammell Crow Co. Adds 2 Million Square Feet to Fort Worth Industrial Portfolio

Plus: Stillwater Capital plots second apartment community in Deep Ellum; SMU‘s former Plano campus has sold to California investor; 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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Commercial Real Estate

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

Perot Development Co. is building a 196-acre industrial campus in Irving, a Denver-based group purchases 619,000 square feet in Carrollton, and more.
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Commercial Real Estate

Real Estate Veterans Buy Three Preston Center Office Buildings

HPI and Bandera Ventures partner on acquisition in coveted market.
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Food & Drink

Jia Huang Brings Upscale Chinese Back to the Park Cities

Her Jia Modern Chinese & Asian Lounge pairs traditional food and great cocktails.

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Sprawl

Dallas’ Challenge: Creating Walkable Neighborhoods Without Leaving Communities Behind

A study on the region’s 38 “WalkUPs” puts data to the city’s struggles toward adding affordable housing and efficient public transit to its most desirable neighborhoods.
By Shawn Shinneman
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Local News

Assessing the Paths Ahead for Preston Center

We last explored the area's complicated history, involving a tiff between former Mayor Laura Miller and Council member Jennifer Staubach Gates. Let's turn our gaze forward.
By Jon Anderson
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Local News

The Complicated Case of Progress at Preston Center

Preston Center is a major asset that lies empty beyond office hours. Former Mayor Laura Miller is at the center of it.
By Jon Anderson
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Local Government

Parking Is Not an Actual Problem at Preston Center

We've just got to walk a little farther from the car to the restaurant for lunch, people.
By Jason Heid