DFWREimagined Stories 8-24-11

Posted by    |    August 26th, 2011 at 5:15 am

New Building Planned in Preston Center Area
And Now, a Good Word From First Baptist Dallas About Its Downtown Construction
Victory Park fails to materialize as successful development
Denton to Fork Over $9.5 Mil to Two Dallas Companies to Resurrect Golden Triangle Mall
Hilton DFW Lakes Inks $43 Million Financing Deal
The Crescent Secures $205 Million Loan
Conversation With: Lucy Billingsley and Lucy Burns, Billingsley Co.
Crescent, Trammell Crow Center Collateralize Nearly $300M of Loans
They Paved Paradise and Put up a Parking Lot. Reverse That, You Get PARK(ing) Day Dallas
Dallas ranks next to last in nation’s top 100 urban centers in providing transit to those who need it most
Fort Worth’s 7th Street Restaurant Craze
What is it About Texas?
HOV Lanes in DFW being Converted to Toll Lanes
City Hall finds a major tenant for Renaissance Tower
Pictures of Omni Dallas Hotel j
A Look at the Past, Present and Some Vague Suggestions for the Future of Deep Ellum
1401 Elm Street Proposal Shows Plans to Close Tunnels
Great rankings for Texas
Downtown Dallas Elm Place site $125 redevelopment moves forward
Dallas-Oak Cliff streetcar plan stirs high economic hopes
Development firm plans 16-story apartment tower in Uptown Dallas
Understanding Urbanity: 7 Must-Read Books About Cities
Joule Hotel project expanded downtown
Omni Dallas Hotel Books More Than 250,000 Room Nights
Oak Cliff is the phoenix of Dallas
More townhomes approved near Dallas Farmers Market
Imagine a DFW With Significantly Eased Traffic Congestion. In, Say, The Year 2035. Maybe
Fort Worth West 7th restaurants go belly-up waiting for customers
The shareable future of cities
Empty Building in Downtown Dallas to Become Hotel
Is 1401 Elm, Downtown’s Largest Vacant Building, About to Be Sold? Sure Looks Like It.
Fort Worth’s New Food Truck Park
Multi-housing Developers Ready to Pounce
The Hidden Costs of Living Far From Work
Boneheaded Moves at Downtown Dallas’ Belo Park
We Are Approaching Peak Car Use – What Does That Mean For CRE?
Will Demand for DFW Industrial Space Continue?
Impact of Zoning on Housing Affordability
Why Did America Destroy Its Great Cities?
Leveraging the EB-5 Program
Having Fun in Downtown Dallas: Is There a Form You Need to Fill Out For That?
Griggs looking for new approach to Wynnewood apartment project
It’s the Interest Rate, Stupid
In construction, public spending picks up slack in private sector
Grubb & Ellis Q2 Market Snapshot for Dallas
In bad times, big-ticket amenities in Dallas are booming
Fort Worth looks to add rail linking downtown, Alliance
CityView’s Cisneros on Mega Trends: What is ‘Normal’?
Dallas Real Estate’s Deep Sense of Community
Inland American Real Estate Trust, Inc. Acquires Historic (??) Fairmont Hotel in Dallas
A Sneak Peek at the Cotton Belt Regional Rail Corridor. One Day. Fingers Crossed
Commercial Construction Contracts in Dallas Jump 85 Percent in June
Big A (Atlanta), Meet the Even Bigger D (Dallas)
Rethinking Streets for Successful Communities