Aug. 30, 2016 by TREC Staff

Brexit Aftermath

Britain’s historic vote to withdraw from the European Union rocked global markets. But what happens now? Katrina Dudley, co-portfolio manager of Franklin Mutual European Fund and the Luxemburg-registered FTIF…

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Aug. 19, 2016 by TREC Staff

Scorecard: Top 5 Leases

The Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review explains vacancies are tightening, even with new construction, since existing tenants are expanding and taking up more space. Here are the top five office, industrial and…

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Aug. 08, 2016 by TREC Staff

The Crane Report

The Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review details projects across all commercial real estate sectors that are planned and underway in North Texas. Data is provided by Xceligent Inc. and Axiometrics Inc. Find out who’s…

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Aug. 05, 2016 by TREC Staff

Delivering the Goods

North Texas ranks among the top distribution hubs in the nation. Without access to waterways or seaports, North Texas depends on three logistics hubs to deliver millions of products to consumers including…

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Aug. 01, 2016 by TREC Staff

Rebirth of the West End

The West End was once known as a historic, entertainment district. But now, well-established developers and downtown stakeholders are working to transform the West End into an innovation district. Could this be the West…

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Jul. 22, 2016 by TREC Staff

Experts Share Predictions for Multifamily Industry

At the Multifamily Summit, the second of five in TREC and Real Estate Deal Sheet’s Industry Insights series, multifamily developers, lenders and buyers discussed what is shaping the industry and where the industry…

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Jul. 19, 2016 by TREC Staff

Southern Dallas: Land of Opportunity

Between a low cost of doing business, an abundance of land, low taxes, a business-friendly environment, location and the region’s transportation infrastructure, Southern Dallas is the next big thing. In the…

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Jul. 05, 2016 by Emily Henry, Purpose Keeper/Landscape Architect, TBG Partners

Second Chances

Nestled in the bustling Oak Lawn neighborhood sits a deconstructed, 1980s tower starving for attention. Upon arrival to TREC’s ALC Alumni Association’s Neighborhood Lunch, the signs lead me under the building into a…

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Jun. 27, 2016 by Bob Voelker, General Counsel, StreetLights Residential

Visionary Transportation Transformation

Over the last 50 years, the Dallas-Fort Worth area has been shaped by bold transportation decisions. In the 1960’s, regional leaders saw DFW was the largest metropolitan area without an airport. So, based on a vision…

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Jun. 27, 2016 by Will Merritt, Financial Analyst, Colliers International and Erin Mullen, Credit Analyst II, Bank of Texas – Commercial Real Estate

A Neighborhood in Transition: The Cedars

Surrounded by the largest collection of 19th century pioneer and Victorian homes and commercial buildings in Texas at Dallas Heritage Village, TREC Young Guns gained five unique perspectives on the revitalization of one…

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