Archive for May, 2013

New development deal for former Hard Rock site on McKinney Avenue in Dallas … – Dallas Morning News (blog)

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land Dallas Morning News (blog) New development deal for former Hard Rock site on McKinney Avenue in Dallas … Dallas Morning News (blog) (DMN files). A prime Uptown Dallas tract that’s been eyed by developers for years is set to change hands again.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Developer plans to go up vertical….read more →

Annise Parker: The Modern American Boomtown

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land In The Wall Street Journal, Matthew Kaminski interviews Annise Parker, Houston’s mayor, an openly gay Democrat friendly to business.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Houston is the most unregulated and fastest growing mega-large city in the U.S. See on online.wsj.com

Homebuilder ranks rebounding in Dallas-Fort Worth area

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land The number of major players is up almost 40 percent from the bottom of the market but still trails where it was before the bust.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Dallas – Fort Worth Home builders are back. See on www.dallasnews.com

On the move: Cowboys explore options with Frisco, Arlington and Irving for a new practice facility

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land The Cowboys have called Valley Ranch home for 28 years. That’s about to change. Sources insist the club is looking to move from what has become one of the NFL’s more outdated practice facilities.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Dallas Cowboys looking for new Dallas area home – to practice. See on cowboysblog.dallasnews.com

When ‘Cozy’ Is the Code Word for ‘Small’

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land One word can have many meanings. Homes described as cozy in Texas are 162% larger than homes called cozy in New York.   Troy Corman‘s insight: Yep, everything is bigger in Texas! Especially homes decribed as “cozy”. See on online.wsj.com

Texas is tops for new home sales

See on Scoop.it – Texas Lots and Land Texas’ major cities are all on the list of the top U.S. new home sales markets. CoreLogic said Tuesday that new home sales are rebounding in many areas of the country, and that’s particularly true in Texas.   Troy Corman‘s insight: When it comes to new home sales, Houston is killing it….read more →