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ACU Takes One Hanover Park to Church

ACU Takes One Hanover Park to Church

One Hanover Park, an eight-story, 195,894-square-foot office building located at 16633 North Dallas Parkway in Addison, Texas will soon become home to Abilene Christian University (ACU), which has leased there 25,000 square feet of space and plans to open a new campus.…

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Weatherford Apartment Community Becomes Greysteel’s Patron

Weatherford Apartment Community Becomes Greysteel’s Patron

Real estate and capital markets services firm Greysteel announced that a 64-unit apartment community in Weatherford, Texas has been listed for sale and that the firm has been retained as exclusive advisor and sales agent.…

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HFF Shows Hospitable Side in Dallas

HFF Shows Hospitable Side in Dallas

With more than 22.6 million visitors coming to Dallas each year, it’s no wonder the city’s hospitality sector continues to grow and investors keep on knocking on doors such as HFF’s.…

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Growth Spurt for Parc 114

Growth Spurt for Parc 114

Hines and AEW Capital Management have started work on the second phase of Parc 114, a fully-leased industrial park in Irving, Texas.…

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Canadian Capital Hopes for Greener Pastures at Viridian

Canadian Capital Hopes for Greener Pastures at Viridian

A joint venture formed by Houston-based Johnson Development Corp. and Toronto-based Tricon Capital Group Inc. has kept busy in Texas, having recently closed on Viridian, a 2,083-acre master-planned community in Arlington.…

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CyrusOne Powers Up Carrollton Data Center

CyrusOne Powers Up Carrollton Data Center

Global data center provider CyrusOne announced that it has expanded its 670,000-square-foot data center in Carrollton, Texas.…

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There’s Worth in Fort Worth’s Multifamily Communities

There’s Worth in Fort Worth’s Multifamily Communities

Two multifamily assets in Fort Worth, Texas have found new owners under the guidance of Marcus & Millichap.…

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Southlake Becomes More Hospitable

Southlake Becomes More Hospitable

Fillmore Capital Partners and Medici Development Partners, alongside Fillmore Hospitality and Choice Hotels International Inc., have announced the groundbreaking of a 175-room hotel dubbed Cambria Southlake DFW North as well as the grand opening of Kimball Park, the mixed-used commercial development where the hotel is located.…

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A New Development, for the Benefit of the Sick

A New Development, for the Benefit of the Sick

Dallas-based architecture firm BOKA Powell has recently completed the design work for the Hatcher Station Health Center, an $11.2 million clinic developed by Frazier Revitalization, Inc. and operated by Parkland Health and Hospital System.…

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Texas Grabs 13 Places on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials List

Texas Grabs 13 Places on Fortune’s 100 Best Workplaces for Millennials List

Fortune magazine and Great Place to Work recently published their first-ever ranking of the 100 best workplaces for millennials.…

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One More Piece from RadioShack’s Legacy Dismantled

One More Piece from RadioShack’s Legacy Dismantled

As Commercial Property Executive has reported, it’s been a tough year for RadioShack Corp., which, despite its history of almost 100 years, had to file for Chapter 11 bankruptcy after amassing $1.4 billion in debt. While certain assets have already been disposed of, others are now making headlines.…

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Joint Venture Capitalizes on Texas

Joint Venture Capitalizes on Texas

A joint venture formed by Sealy & Company and AEW Capital Management recently disposed of a 1.48 million-square-foot industrial portfolio.…

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