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Old Posted May 17, 2017, 12:14 AM
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Newly formed real estate company to build 2,100-acre, mixed-use development in McKinney



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A 2,100-acre, $300 million mixed-use development is coming to the northwest sector of McKinney.
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The development will consist of commercial, retail and entertainment venues, according to a news release from Creu Capital.
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Cross F Ranch will be built in phases with the first phase expected to open by the last quarter of 2018. This phase will include more than 250 acres of single-family residential units, commercial and retail development.

When complete, the development will be home to approximately 6,000 residential homes, 7,000 multifamily units and 4.7 million square feet of commercial, retail and office space, according to a video released by Creu Capital.
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Medical City Fort Worth to add $64 million tower with helipad



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Medical City Fort Worth will break ground Monday on a $64 million patient tower as part of $100 million in expansions and upgrades at the hospital.
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The expanded intensive care unit will have 28 beds, and the roof will have the complex’s second helipad to provide closer access to the ER.
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The new tower will be built across 9th Avenue in a former parking lot on the west side of the hospital, and an aerial walkway will span the street and connect it with the main hospital building at 900 8th Ave.

A groundbreaking ceremony is set for 10 a.m. Monday.
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Frisco approves plans for first high-rise, a new 17-story condo tower at Cowboys' The Star

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Frisco's city council has given preliminary approval for the construction of a luxury high-rise condo tower at the Dallas Cowboys' Star mixed-use project.
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Dallas Cowboys' owner Jerry Jones, former Cowboys' star quarterback Roger Staubach and developer Robert Shaw propose to build the condos.

"It will be a joint venture with the Jones family, Roger Staubach and myself," Shaw told the council "We are going to build a 17-story condo.

"The average unit size will be 1,200 square feet," he said. "These will be very large."
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"Roger and Jerry will each have a unit on the top floor. We are basically building a place for Jerry and Roger to hang out," Shaw joked.
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The old "Wedge" building on N Main near the stockyards is in the process of being torn down. Replacing it will be a 6 story Springhill Suites with rooftop bar run by a renowned local chef. Star-Telegram with more.

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DART has released its Second Light Rail Alignment (D2) PDF.

The document includes:
  • refined D2 alignment options
  • underground subway station platform concepts
  • underground subway station entry portal concepts
  • Dallas Streetcar Central Link route options (connected to M-Line Trolley and Dallas Streetcar)
  • visual of recessed I-345
  • massing of The Epic
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Old Posted May 22, 2017, 9:55 PM
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Article from FW Magazine talking about Fort Worth preparing for a less car-dependent future, including building garages which can be reused as living space, developments with less and even zero parking, and improvements to bus, bike and car sharing services.
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Article from FW Magazine talking about Fort Worth preparing for a less car-dependent future, including building garages which can be reused as living space, developments with less and even zero parking, and improvements to bus, bike and car sharing services.
Ya...this is the big buzz / rage going around. There's a number of cities / developers already doing this. Getting ready to hear it coming to a city near you soon!
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$70MM Fountain Place renovation includes glass lobby art piece by James Carpenter.

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"Our intention is to create the finest office building in this part of the country, but we're able to charge lease rates that are significantly lower than rents in Uptown."


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$70MM Fountain Place renovation includes glass lobby art piece by James Carpenter.





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This article also mentioned AMLI starting work on their tower next door.
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Haven't seen this posted on here:
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...wo-years-build
I drive by this site on my way to Downtown Dogs to drop my dog off before work. After the dirt pile grew to two stories+ I got curious. Looks like Deep Ellum is getting some significant additions.
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Haven't seen this posted on here:
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/...wo-years-build
I drive by this site on my way to Downtown Dogs to drop my dog off before work. After the dirt pile grew to two stories+ I got curious. Looks like Deep Ellum is getting some significant additions.
It's posted a few pages back, and yes, if the whole thing manages to get built, this will be a huge addition to DE.
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Dallas Hyperloop Station conceptual renderings:







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Old Posted May 31, 2017, 7:12 PM
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Conceptual renderings for mixed-use development on former ACS HQ site.

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OVERstreet on SEVENTYfive - Dallas, TX

A mixed use development with retail, restaurant, hotel, office and residential located at the only full access intersection between Knox St and downtown Dallas.
  • 22-floor, 462,000 SF residential tower
  • 18-floor, 450,000 SF office tower
  • 12-floor, 300,000 SF office tower
  • 5-floor, 150-room hotel
  • 33,400 SF retail
  • some underground parking
  • rooftop deck

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This is where Sam's Club was slated to go for a bit, right?
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This is where Sam's Club was slated to go for a bit, right?
1 block south at Haskell and Central
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1 block south at Haskell and Central
Thanks. I thought they were filling in the now-empty lot...didn't the Sam's proposal go away?

Anyway, looks like a neat development for that area. Dallas is continuing to boom.
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Thanks. I thought they were filling in the now-empty lot...didn't the Sam's proposal go away?

Anyway, looks like a neat development for that area. Dallas is continuing to boom.
I hope Deep Ellum can keep the chill and cool vibe that it currently has as development crosses 75. Also the rent's there had been decent for the 20 and 30 somethings in the workplace. but these new developments will likely change everything. Cool renderings very street friendly.
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Thanks. I thought they were filling in the now-empty lot...didn't the Sam's proposal go away?

Anyway, looks like a neat development for that area. Dallas is continuing to boom.
The suburban type proposal was thankfully shot down by a judge. They very well could still try to get a Sams built there, but I presume it will would be a more urban type development. That was the main issue with it, not necessarily because it was a "Sams". To sum up what happened with this so far:

1. 12 story building gets demoed in dense/urban area.
2. City changes zoning as suited for developer.
3. Developer proposes suburban shopping center.
4. Neighbors take issue with this. Demand city intervene.
5. City declines to intervene to avoid getting sued by developer.
6. Local Association forms and sues Developer
7. Association wins. That's where we're at now.
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The suburban type proposal was thankfully shot down by a judge. They very well could still try to get a Sams built there, but I presume it will would be a more urban type development. That was the main issue with it, not necessarily because it was a "Sams". To sum up what happened with this so far:

1. 12 story building gets demoed in dense/urban area.
2. City changes zoning as suited for developer.
3. Developer proposes suburban shopping center.
4. Neighbors take issue with this. Demand city intervene.
5. City declines to intervene to avoid getting sued by developer.
6. Local Association forms and sues Developer
7. Association wins. That's where we're at now.
One important detail.... The developer sold their initial plans (including renderings) to the community and city as a continuation of the West Village urban styled development, but there was one little paragraph or line in the zoning change that allowed for the developer to build a big box suburban styled development.
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I don't think this redenring has been posted:

Striking new downtown Dallas skyscraper will be tallest in decades
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