Is Frisco's $2 billion Wade Park project ready for a restart?

One of North Texas' biggest real estate developments, which stalled and was given up for dead, could be making a comeback. The $2 billion Wade Park mixed-use project was idled almost a year ago and has been threatened with foreclosure. But development company officials and outside sources familiar with the project status say a new funding plan is in the works to restart Wade Park. "We are very close to having our full capital structure in place to resume construction," Kevin Case, a top officer with Wade Park developer Thomas Land & Development confirmed in an email. "We will have more we can disclose in the coming week or two." Show Full Story Atlanta-based Thomas Land & Development has be

Dallas' pool of highly educated residents stacks up favorably for Amazon's HQ2

Amazon could put its proposed HQ2 campus near downtown Dallas by the iconic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge. Gensler EndFragment layout/article-v3-layout Amazon has made it clear that a highly educated labor pool will be a top consideration in its search for a second headquarters, and the Dallas-Fort Worth area stacks up favorably in that category, new research suggests. The Dallas area added roughly 402,000 “highly educated” residents between 2008 and 2016, according to a study released Tuesday by commercial real estate firm JLL (NYSE: JLL). The study defines highly educated as those holding a bachelor’s, master’s, professional or doctoral degree. Seattle-based Amazon (Nasdaq: AMZN) has narrowed

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