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Hot Property: 2824 N Hall St
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Hot Property: An Uptown Brownstone with a 400-Bottle Wine Cellar and Massive Rooftop Terrace

Get “$3-million views” of Downtown Dallas and Turtle Creek from the 1,000-square-foot patio on the roof.
Hot Property: 2914 Gladiolus Lane
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Hot Property: This Mid-Century Ranch in Oak Cliff Is Basically a Treehouse

Wake up to blooming magnolia trees and singing birds—or hang out with turtles at the koi pond—on this .87-acre lot, which backs up to Crow Creek.
Retail Store
Retail

How the Pandemic Challenged Retail Real Estate

What consumers said they would feel comfortable doing within two months after a reduction in the spread of the virus.
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Commercial Real Estate

Industrial Real Estate Puts Dinner on the Table for Texas Despite Turbulent Environment

All the right ingredients are there: net absorption, rental rates, deal activity, new construction, and healthy capital markets, says Transwestern's John Brewer.
By John Brewer

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CRE Opinion

Moody Younger: Life Lessons From The Farm

The Younger Partners co-founding partner says his father's "off your ass and on your feet" advice is resonating more than ever.
Mansfield Highlands
Commercial Real Estate

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

Mansfield retail property exchanges hands, Children's Health files permit to build $10 million medical office, gourmet marshmallow company to open at Legacy Hall, and more.
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Retail

DFW Midyear Retail Report: Occupancy Declines in Wake of COVID-19

Market also hit by big-chain closings but comes into downturn from a position of strength.
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Commercial Real Estate

How the Technology-Driven Real Estate Trend Will Outlast the Pandemic

JLL Dallas' Technology Initiatives Vice President and its Chief Innovation Officer on how technological advances are revamping site selection practices.
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Commercial Real Estate

What A Global Economic Crisis Should Have Taught Us About Leadership

How many businesses will fall back into old habits when our comfort zones return, asks CONTI co-founder Carlos Vaz.
By Carlos Vaz