Dallas, Houston each add 1M+ people since 2010

DALLAS-FORT WORTH – North Texas has gained more new residents than any metropolitan statistical area in the country, adding more than one million people from April 2010 through July 2018, according to new data from the U.S. Census Bureau. Real Full Story The region's population now tops 7.5 million, solidifying DFW’s position as the nation's fourth-largest MSA, trailing only New York, Los Angeles, and Chicago—all of which are losing residents. The Houston region also added one million new residents from 2010 to 2018. Austin grew by just under 400,000 people, and San Antonio-New Braunfels gained 375,000. Texas gained more than 3.5 million people, nearly a third of who settled in the Metrople

Life Time Bulks Up With Village Concept It's Launching Nationwide

Dallas Joint Venture to Create Walkable Mixed-Use Project at Former Mall The once-delayed redevelopment of the site of Valley View Mall in North Dallas is proceeding with a joint venture between a Dallas developer and Life Time Inc., a Minneapolis-based company known for fitness clubs. In the process, it's pushing forward on a new nationwide development model. A concept called Life Time Village at Dallas Midtown is in the works that will add an 18-story, 400-unit luxury residential tower on a site adjacent to the mall, which is currently being demolished, as well as a Life Time Athletic Club and other amenities as developers across the country lure residents with walkable projects. Life Time

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