Monthly Archives: May 2011

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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Sheraton North Dallas Purchased

Holliday Fenoglio Fowler announced yesterday the sale of the 309-room Sheraton North Dallas hotel. HEI Hospitality LLC is the hotel’s new owner. This is HEI’s second submarket purchase. The hotel is at 4801 LBJ Frwy., across from the Galleria in … Continue reading

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Frisco’s New Development with Forest City

The City of Frisco and Cleveland-based Forest City Commercial Development are partnering on a new 320-acre mixed-use development. Frisco North Development will be on the city’s northern border at the corner of the Dallas North Tollway and US 380. The development will include … Continue reading

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Fort Worth Transportation Authority may start bike-sharing program

Cycling around town may soon become an option for more Fort Worth residents — even those who don’t own a bike. The Fort Worth Transportation Authority is looking into possibly starting a bike-sharing program, in which residents would pay a … Continue reading

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Dallas’ Museum of Nature & Science in Victory Park takes shape

View of New Perot Nature & Science Museum

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Forest City Supports Its Expanding Texas Presence with Appointment of New Regional President

Forest City Enterprises, Inc., (NYSE: FCEA and FCEB) announced the creation of a new leadership position to support the company’s growing presence in the Texas real estate market.  Effective immediately, Brian Ratner has been promoted to president of Forest City … Continue reading

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Place Matters

“Place matters anywhere in the world. Place is predictive of behavior & the future of the people that live there.” @SimsRon of HUD

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