Past Week News 

Take a sneak peek at the apartment high-rise planned next to the historic Dallas High School
The Dallas Morning News — March 22, 2018
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Apartments on the way in next phase of Plano’s Legacy Central project
The Dallas Morning News — March 21, 2018
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High-End Student Housing Development Breaks Ground One Block From UTA
Bisnow – Dallas-Fort Worth — March 21, 2018
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Liberty Crossing starts construction next week in growing Wilmer
The Dallas Morning News – Business — March 16, 2018
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Developers in Fort Worth want to turn this quarry into a complex complete with hotels, condos and a ferris wheel
The Dallas Morning News – Top Stories — March 17, 2018
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FedEx Office to open 500 locations in Walmart stores
Fort Worth Business — March 22, 2018
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Construction Begins on Initial Phase of 100-Acre Project in Southern Dallas County
CoStar News – Dallas/Fort Worth — March 20, 2018
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Coworking company Venture X to open an office in North Dallas
Dallas Business Journal — March 21, 2018
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HALL Group completes construction on 12-story office building at Frisco’s HALL Park
Dallas Business Journal — March 20, 2018
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Carb alert: This $50 million plant in Cleburne can pump out 4,000 tons of pasta per month
Fort Worth Star-Telegram — March 21, 2018
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Denver-based EdgeCore Internet Real Estate plans to build $1B data center campus in Richardson
Dallas Business Journal — March 19, 2018
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‘An experiment unlike any other’: Father-son duo build first house of its kind in Texas
The Dallas Morning News — March 21, 2018
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Dallas-area starter home drought is hammering first time buyers
The Dallas Morning News — March 21, 2018
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A Walmart in Highland Park? Residents say new school design looks like big box store
The Dallas Morning News — March 21, 2018
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