DFWREimagined Stories for Last Two Weeks

Construction Cameras for the Bush Library

Parts of Tarrant County Grew Much Denser

Real estate group closing in on purchase of four north Oak Cliff tracts

This Old House Says Now’s the Time to Buy in North Oak Cliff, a “Best Old House” ‘Hood

2 downtown Dallas buildings for sale

Wal-Mart looking at site near downtown Dallas

Crow Collection of Asian Art and Crescent Real Estate Collaborate to Bring New Asian Sculpture Garden

City Council pleased with West Dallas plan

Excitement about the Statler Hilton’s sale spreads in Dallas

DFW Gasoline Hits $3.28/Gallon on March 1

Texas leads U.S. in corporate expansions

Overcoming Opposition to Narrow Streets

Into Downtown’s Tunnels, A Horror Story

Dallas Eyes “Complete Streets, “Better Blocks”

Oak Cliff organizers discuss how they delivered the ‘Better Block’

Dallas sees paltry growth in latest census

Census shows black population expanding in Dallas-Fort Worth suburbs

Demand for Housing Near Transit

From High Atop Hunt Oil, A Look at The Park Over Woodall Rodgers Freeway

Tomorrow’s Deck Park … Today! Again!

Grocery stores can be game-changers in southern Dallas

Will DART ever come to McKinney?

Larger than Life Dallas is Barely Growing

WalMart’s Expansion in North Texas

Parking and retail structure to replace former outlet mall in downtown Fort Worth

Construction continues on Plano high-rise development

Group buying City Place twin-tower complex in downtown Fort Worth

Commercial Real Estate Developers Host Lobby Day at the Texas Capital

UNT opens Design Research Center in Dallas

DFW Airport begins $1.9 billion terminal renovation project

Fort Worth Star-Telegram building being sold to XTO’s Bob Simpson

They’re Tearing Down European Crossroads … and Putting In a Grocery Store

ULI CEO: Inner-Ring Suburbs the Sweet Spot for Development, Investment

Public Transportation Key to Transforming Communities

Urban Schools are the Challenge in Retaining Middle Class Residents

About Bob Voelker

Head of the Munsch Hardt (Dallas law firm) Hospitality & Mixed Use Development Group, and former developer of affordable housing. I'm i
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