DFWREimagined Stories 10-11-11

Posted by    |    October 13th, 2011 at 5:15 am

Quote for the Week — Out of the million folks who work in Dallas city limits 727,000 are suburbanites who come for work then scoot when it gets dark

US Rate of Home-ownership Continues to Decline
Sprawl is Holding the Recovery Back
Lagging Construction Jobs (signal the end of sprawl-induced growth)
Cutting Car Use at the Neighborhood Level
Congestion & the real value of public
Pedestrians at Risk in DFW
Minorities Transform Metro Areas, Inch Closer to Majority
The real face of poverty in Fort Worth
Texas still targeted by EPA Elm Street Building Revival Needs $30 Million Subsidy
International Capital in the Commercial Real Estate Arena
North Dallas Chamber President Outlines Possibilities For Valley View, Surrounding Land
Downtown Dallas Post Office — New Apartments
The Housing-Value Bonus for Rail Transit: 10, 20, Even 50 Percent
Dallas-Based GVM Hotel Partners Pays $30M for Five TownePlace Suites
DFW’s Most Expensive Office Addresses
NYC adopts bike-share program, will Dallas be next?
The Texas (Urban) Miracle
DFW developers turning to renovations
A Tale of Two Cities
Apartments Planned Just North of CityPlace
Wealth Creation Expert Forecasts Dallas Real Estate Market Values for Remainder of 2011
What streets should Dallas complete?
Vitruvian’s next phase to start
Poverty levels in urban Texas soar above state, national average
D-FW office leasing pulls ahead in recent months
Dallas vs. Fort Worth – Which is the better city for cyclists
Moving Beyond the Automobile: Traffic Calming
Just How “Big” is North Texas?
Real Estate Brokers and Fishing Guides
JLL Poll Predicts Stagnant 2012 for DFW
Peter Calthorpe takes on climate change with his vision of urbanism
Just like that, Cesar Chavez becomes a six-lane boulevard
Donnie Nelson on Jack Matthews, Real Estate Investments, and South Dallas
Jack Gosnell: What’s the Future of Downtown Dallas?
DFW has nation’s fifth-worst congestion
Two Audubon centers bring Dallasites closer to nature
Deal in works for 3 of Crescent’s landmark Dallas buildings
Mercantile rental project in Dallas enters phase two
Fighting Urban Density May Mean Fewer Jobs
Bill Cawley: The Market’s Dangers, Strengths, and Opportunities
Development firm plans 16-story apartment tower in Uptown Dallas
Crawling Back Down Into the Downtown Tunnels Dallas Loves to Hate to Love
Wood Partners Closes Second Multi-family Fund with CBRE Investors
Policy, Geography Boost Texas Job Growth
New REIT Raising $1.1B to Chase Industrial Assets in DFW Market, Four Others
The McKinney Avenue Transit Authority is about to grow
Pearl on Commerce, blues bar in downtown Dallas
3 DFW cities make Money’s list of best places to live
Tie Restaurant open in downtown Fort Worth
Three Views of Urbanism: Alex Steffen, Kaid Benfield and Jim Kunstler
Density is in Our Blood
How to tell if your city is going places
Retaining Sustainable Storefronts in the Urban Realm