Dallas, TX – Two industrial properties at 107 Pittsburg (22,000 SF) and 4849/4809 Lakawana (72,000 SF) have been sold. Larry Robbins and Angela Hawkins with Capstone Commercial represented the buyer of Lakawana and the seller of Pittsburg, and Floyd Bates & Richard Myers of Bates & Myers represented the buyer of Pittsburg and the seller of Lakawana.
Developers like to brag about their "green" construction projects. But a development proposed in Frisco takes the concept to a whole different level. An international builder is working on plans for a 55-acre modern home community where the houses would have roofs covered in native plants. The new neighborhood on Independence Parkway near Rolater Road would also include heavily landscaped public areas and a bridge across a wooded creek. "The proposed development offers a uniq
Jake Dean Legacy Hall, a food hall within Plano's Legacy West, is slated to open its door next Wednesday. Jake Dean Pat Garza, (L) and Jack Gibbons (R) is overseeing the prep work to open the three-story food hall next Wednesday. Jake Dean At the top of the second floor stairs you'll find Lobsta & Chowda House Sea Breeze. Jake Dean The Unlawful Assembly Brewing Co. will produce several craft beers in Legacy Hall. Jake Dean Legacy Hall's half a dozen bars will satisfy any thir
The 1 million-square-foot, two-tower office campus at Dallas Midtown could lure a large office tenant to North Dallas. Omniplan Dallas Midtown could begin taking shape in the next few years, with New York City-based Seritage Growth Properties (NYSE: SRG) and Dallas-based KDC readying a 23-acre tract in North Texas for up to 1 million square feet of
Five years and one bankruptcy later, Exide Technologies is still trying to get out of Frisco. StartFragment Its buildings have all been torn down except the onsite wastewater treatment facility. Its proposed closure plan for the site near downtown has been submitted for review. Its obligatory legal notice seeking public comment on the hundreds of pages of technical documents has been sent. In addition, its federal civil suit against the city for breach of contract recently re
StartFragmentRegardless of location and product type, all developments start from the same humble beginnings: land. As 2017 comes to an end, the investments and land division team at Younger Partners has released its annual DFW Land Absorption Report. Robert Grunnah, the report’s author and leader of Younger Partners’ land investments division, explains the key takeaways. Show Full StoryEndFragment StartFragmentAbsorption of undeveloped or underutilized land in North Texas co