Monthly Archives: May 2011

Telecom in Dallas

J.R. Ewing, Texas longhorns and the telecom corridor no longer define the Dallas metropolitan area, but some things remain the same: “Everything is bigger in Texas,” said Doug Moore, senior VP of sales, marketing and services at Fujitsu Networks Inc. … Continue reading

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Dallas Fed Fisher Says Economy Has Too Much Liquidity

Sometimes it’s not so hard predicting the future. If, for example, you have reports like this – “Fed’s Fisher Says US Economy Has Too Much Liquidity” (CNBC) The U.S. economy has moved from having too little liquidity to having more … Continue reading

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Coppell industrial complex is changing hands

A Coppell industrial complex is being purchased by a Colorado-based real estate investment trust. Industrial Income Trust Inc. is buying six buildings in the Vista Point business park on State Highway 121. The buildings are being purchased for $23.1 million … Continue reading

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Prime Preston Center property sold to investor

Real Estate investor Rosebriar Properties has acquired a key property in Dallas’ Preston Center district. The Dallas real estate firm has purchased 38,500 square feet of commercial and retail space at Luther Lane and Westchester near the Dallas North Tollway. … Continue reading

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Garland’s Harbor Point development sold

A New Jersey investor has purchased Garland’s Harbor Point development on Lake Ray Hubbard. The retail project anchored by a Bass Pro Shops Outdoor World store has been up for sale for more than a year. A partnership set up … Continue reading

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Sundance Square plans to add buildings, move forward with central plaza

Sundance Square may add two or three new buildings as part of a long-planned plaza in the heart of the popular downtown entertainment district. For years, a parklike plaza has been included in Sundance Square’s master plan for the blocks … Continue reading

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South Dallas Transportation HUB Buildings Sold

Colliers International negotiated the sale of two Class-A industrial buildings totaling 827,890 sf in the Dallas Logistics Hub. The two buildings — DLH I and II — are near the I-45 and I-20 intersection, adjacent to the Union Pacific Railway Intermodal Terminal. … Continue reading

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