DFW Commercial Real Estate

Court ruling clears hurdle for $1B Lake Ray Hubbard Bayside water resort

By Steve Brown and the Dallas Morning News Developers hope that a court ruling will clear the way for them to move ahead with a $1 billion lakeside project in Rowlett. Bayside Land Partners LLC plans to build a 257-acre mixed-use project on Lake Ray Hubbard that will include a huge water resort with a lagoon. Called Bayside, the development is…read more →

Dallas’ Quadrangle shopping center changed the neighborhood decades before Uptown

By Steve Brown and the Dallas Morning News Fifty years ago, there was no Uptown. The area around McKinney Avenue and Cedar Springs Road was a jumble of old houses and small commercial businesses. When developers plopped down a quirky shopping center called The Quadrangle, Dallas residents didn’t know what to think. Turns out, those builders were pioneers in the…read more →

Why is Maxwell Drever spending $240M to save an iconic Dallas skyscraper?

By Steve Brown and the Dallas Morning News Maxwell Drever likes to garden. The California real estate investor doesn’t mind getting a little dirt under his fingernails to make something bloom. “I’m a master gardener — I love taking gardens and making them really spectacular,” Drever said. “I love restoring gardens. “And I love restoring buildings, too.” In downtown Dallas,…read more →

Urban Genesis Plans November Start of New Oak Cliff Apartments in Bishop Arts

Full article by Amanda Popken and Candysdirt.com As soon as the rain lets up, demolition will begin on the four homes where 70 apartments will be under construction in November. Urban Genesis spoke with the Bishop Arts Neighborhood Association Tuesday night about the Bishop High Line project and the other 50 apartments they have planned just a block away. The projects are planned along Melba…read more →

Texas and New York vie for top ranking in commercial property development market

Article by @SteveBrownDMN and the Dallas Morning News Texas is tops in the nation for warehouse construction. And we are second nationally in both office and retail building, according to one of the country’s top commercial real estate groups. The commercial property sector in Texas supports 387,609 jobs and contributes $23 billion to the state’s economy, according to a new report…read more →