Jun. 07, 2016 by Courtney Emich Spellicy, Strategic Planning & Development, Campos Engineering

A New Transportation Alternative is Speeding into DFW

How much is your time worth? For Tony Casagrande, principal at Campos Engineering, time is so precious that shaving as little as twenty minutes off any commute is valuable. “We have an office in Houston so I travel…

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May. 24, 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 too. Here are the top five office, industrial and…

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May. 17, 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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May. 09, 2016 by TREC Staff

How Millennials are Shaping Commercial Real Estate

With millennials making up more than a third of the U.S. population, they are a powerful force that is very well-studied. We know by now millennials are the best-educated and most technologically savvy generation yet,…

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May. 09, 2016 by Matt Ballard, Vice President, CBRE

Coming Soon: The New Victory Park

A hot button issue is defined as an issue that causes people to feel strong emotions (such as anger) and to argue with each other. You can throw a rock in any direction and find a Dallas real estate professional with an…

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May. 02, 2016 by TREC Staff

Behind Old Parkland’s Gates

Old Parkland, once a hospital in the early 1900s, sat unoccupied for years with crumbling infrastructure covered in graffiti until Harlan Crow began restoration in 2008. Harlan envisioned a corporate office park…

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Apr. 21, 2016 by TREC Staff

5 Transit Trends Shaping DFW

Transportation plays a vital role in shaping the region’s commercial real estate industry and spurring economic growth. And luckily, Dallas-Fort Worth’s long history as a continental crossroads continues…

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Apr. 14, 2016 by TREC Staff

A Look at Risk with Mark Okada

The current market is heavily sentiment-driven. Massive uncertainty around everything from interest rates to oil prices gives sentiment more weight and increases its ability to move markets. This environment creates…

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Apr. 11, 2016 by TREC Staff

DFW is in Demand for Data Centers

As the demand for data centers increase, this year is expected to be a big year for their development. In fact, Dallas-Fort Worth now ranks as the country’s second-largest data center market, not far behind northern…

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