Sept. 7, 2017 - News about Amazon was shopping for a location to build a second headquarters sent local officials across the country scrambling to court the tech giant. In a blog post, Amazon said it plans to invest more than $5 billion to build and operate "Amazon HQ2" and that 50,000 employees would work there. The Dallas Midtown project, envisioned in this rendering, in one of many sites being pitched as a potential home for HQ2. Show Full Story Sept 27, 2017 - Frisco May
As the Dallas Cowboys regroup in the off season, sources say the team’s owner is wasting no time building the real estate bench at The Star in Frisco. Show Full Story The Dallas Morning News reported Jerry Jones’ real estate company Blue Star Land has filed plans with the city of Frisco for three more office buildings at The Star, ranging in size from seven to 12 stories tall. Pelli Clarke Pelli, the designer of Uptown Dallas’ McKinney & Olive building, could also lay out Th
Arlington, TX – Jocque Cappelli purchased 6,000 SF Office/Warehouse at 131 Stadium Dr., Arlington, TX. David D. Martin and Jake Dreyer of Capstone Commercial Represented the Buyer and Patrick Embry of Robert Lynn Represented the Seller.
Congratulations on the closing today for Dr. Khavari-Salamat. Special thanks to Debi Carter, Angela Hawkins, and Scott Jackson with Capstone Commercial and Lisa Lamb of North American Title Company and Rafael Kreklau with Prosperity Bank.
StartFragment The PGA of America plans to move its headquarters from Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., to Frisco, Texas, according to a Golf.com report. An announcement is supposed to come within weeks, according to the report. The proposed site, located outside of Dallas, would also be the home to two 18-hole semi-public courses and a nine-hole short course. The 18s are to be designed by Gil Hanse and Beau Welling, with the Hanse course anticipated to host events like the PGA Champi
Amazon.com Inc. executives have visited North Texas in the search for a place to plant the company's $5 billion second headquarters and the 50,000 jobs it will bring. StartFragment The DFW mission was part of visits Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) plans or has conducted in the 20 metro areas the e-commerce titan listed in January as finalists for the megaproject. Sources told the Dallas Business Journal privately that they have seen or met with Amazon representatives in the Dallas-Fort
Carrollton, TX – Naghmeh L. Khavari-Salamat, DPM purchased Medical Office Space at 4421 Medical Parkway, Carrollton, TX. Debi Carter, CCIM and Angela Hawkins of Capstone Commercial Represented the Buyer and Scott Jackson, CCIM of Capstone Commercial Represented the Seller.