Invest Group Overseas, the Dubai-based owner of The Gate development in Frisco, is partnering with a Minneapolis firm to bring a new office campus to the project.

According to the Dallas Morning News, Ryan Cos. and Invest Group Oversea will construct Aus...

The Dallas area’s tech prowess pushed it ahead of some longtime rivals in a new report — though it failed to come out on top in Texas.

The region took No. 6 among U.S. metropolitan areas, according to the 2018 “Tech Town Index” from CompTIA, or the Compu...

Companies continue to snap up office space at Frisco Station, with planning and design consulting firm Kimley-Horn inking a 32,349-square-foot lease.

The company will occupy the second floor of The Offices One at Frisco Station, located on the 242-acre F...

1. BULLET TRAIN STATION - Dallas-based Matthews Southwest, with support from Texas Central Partners, is pitching a transit-oriented development surrounding the proposed station for the bullet train for Amazon's HQ2 campus.  Project insiders, citing fact...

With a relatively low cost of living and population growth projections that outstrip other U.S. cities by two times, Dallas-Fort Worth has been named the top real estate market to watch in 2019.

The Emerging Trends in Real Estate for 2019 report from Pri...

      Los Angeles is the only West Coast city that made the finalist list.


      Atlanta is considered one of the leading candidates for Amazon's HQ2.

         SEAN PAVONE...

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

A Plano-based business relocation firm is planning its own relocation — up the road to Frisco.

Altair Global plans to move its corporate headquarters from the Legacy business park in West Plano to the Hall Park office campus in Frisco. Altair is leasing...

It has been 20 years since HALL Park made its debut in Frisco along what is now called the Platinum Corridor. It was a Lone Ranger at the time, but no more.

Since then, the 10-mile stretch of Dallas North Tollway from Plano to Frisco has become one of th...

Construction of a 200-mile-per-hour bullet train from Houston to Dallas could begin as early as next year,  Officials hope that it will open in 2024. Show Full Story

Nearly 5 million passengers are expected to use the bullet train by 2026, a study in lat...

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