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Jun 09, 2022
How Remote is Too Remote?
May 31, 2022
Modern Comfort Meets Effortless Hospitality
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How Remote is Too Remote?People from all walks of life I encounter keep asking me, “why are you designing and building more office buildings?” I have been an architect for thirty-plus years and spent many of those focused on designing corporate office buildings on the... LEARN MORE >
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Modern Comfort Meets Effortless HospitalityBy Cindi Marsiglio, Senior Vice President, Corporate Real Estate, Walmart AC Hotel by Marriott Bentonville on... LEARN MORE >
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Fort Worth Public Market could get a second life as part of a senior living communityBy Jess Hardin Fort Worth Public Market could be getting a second life. The historic farmers market adorned with stained glass was built in 1930 and closed in 1941. It’s now part of the design plans for a senior living community called The... LEARN MORE >
Mar 03, 2022
Historic Fort Worth Public Market Building to Become Senior Living Apartments, Reopen to the Public With a Coffee Shop Under New Plan
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Historic Public Market Building Has a New Purpose in DowntownBy John Henry There is finally a plan for the iconic, albeit lonely, Fort Worth Public Market Building that has sat vacant in the southwest corner of downtown for almost 20 years. Emerging from the cobwebs and rising from the vacant lot behind... LEARN MORE >
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Historic Fort Worth Public Market Building to Become Senior Living Apartments, Reopen to the Public With a Coffee Shop Under New PlanBy Courtney Dabney The historic Fort Worth Public Market building was originally developed by John J. Harden in 1930 on the edge of downtown. And it’s long been a subject of fascination in the city. Its architectural detailing and landmark tower... LEARN MORE >
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Cybersecurity firm created by McAfee-FireEye merger lands in Plano’s $3 billion Legacy WestBy Steve Brown Trellix leasing big block in new office and retail building near the Dallas North Tollway. A new $1.7 billion cybersecurity firm is the latest company to locate in Plano’s Legacy West... LEARN MORE >
Dec 21, 2021
From Our Families to You and Yours...
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Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2022 Commercial Real Estate AwardsBy Brandon J. Call It wasn’t easy, but after culling through all of the nominations in our tenth annual Commercial Real Estate Awards, we have named finalists in all 21 categories. Launched in 2013, D CEO’s annual program... LEARN MORE >
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Office firm Vari’s new Coppell headquarters campus set to open this summerBy Steve Brown Coppell-based workspace systems company Vari has completed the structure of its new headquarters complex. The 180,000-square-foot office building is under construction... LEARN MORE >
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From Our Families to You and Yours...... LEARN MORE >
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Two new buildings for office tenants north of downtown DallasBy Steve Brown Two new office towers opening their doors just north of downtown Dallas won’t have a lot of competition. With the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, some developers hit... LEARN MORE >
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Navigating Denver’s Connected and Activated Retail AlleysBy: LaDonna Baertlien In Denver’s Lower Downtown (LoDo) neighborhood, an interesting addition to the urban fabric has emerged over the past five years in the form of activated streets and alleyways that serve as a connective tissue for art,... LEARN MORE >
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