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Construction ready to start on new residential community near South Side on Lamar
Candace Carlisle
March 30, 2016



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The new three-story, single-family home community, called Southside Place in Dallas, will have high-end finishes and fixtures with open floor plans and some rooftop deck options built by David Weekley's Central Living brand.

The homes will be priced starting in the mid-$400,000s.

A groundbreaking ceremony is slated for Tuesday, April 12 at 10 a.m. on the development site across Lamar Street from NYLO Dallas South Side hotel.
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Dallas Mavs' Mark Cuban working with HKS, Texas A&M on new practice facility design
Candace Carlisle
March 29, 2016

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Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban has been working with Dallas-based HKS Inc. and architecture graduate students from Texas A&M on the design of the NBA team's new practice facility, which real estate sources say the billionaire would like to put in an urban part of the city.

In a news release, Texas A&M said the university's students recently showed Cuban and HKS' director of sports and entertainment Bryan Trubey (former Texas A&M graduate) designs for a new mixed-use development meant to become a destination for Mavericks fans, players and team personnel, with amenities such as a team store, public cafe, museum, outdoor water feature and garden.

"The building will also include office space and conference rooms for startup technology companies, further separating the building from typical NBA practice facilities," according to Texas A&M officials.
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Real estate sources say the billionaire has begun looking at options near Victory Park and in Deep Ellum in hopes of landing a new state-of-the-art practice facility that has the capability to aid in player recruitment and generate more buzz from fans.

"Overall, the sports industry is taking notice of what [Jerry] Jones has done, which is essentially building a secondary home to generate revenue and build fan support that will ultimately build the brand," said John Alper, vice president of strategic partnerships for Plano-based Chisum Sports & Hospitality, told the Dallas Business Journal.
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Crescent Communities is planning a 360-unit Bishop Arts residential project.

Construction is planned to begin this October.

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EXCLUSIVE: Zales' parent Signet confirms building new office campus at Cypress Waters
Candace Carlisle
April 15, 2016



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The world's largest retail diamond jeweler — Signet Jewelers — has exclusively confirmed with the Dallas Business Journal that it plans to develop a new Dallas campus at Cypress Waters, which will include a 225,000-square-foot office building and a 31,000-square-foot manufacturing facility.

The two-building campus will sit lakeside in Cypress Waters and will give the Akron, Ohio-based jewelry company the ability to enhance its manufacturing capabilities in the region.
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"The campus will be newly constructed, allowing us to configure the space to best meet the needs of the business, while providing team members with a modern, comfortable working environment," he added. "The new building will be fully occupied by Signet team members and as Signet continues to evolve, the new campus allows for that transformation to continue."

The new manufacturing building will bolster Signet's manufacturing ability in the region to build diamond bracelets, jeweled rings and other intricate jewelry, with enough space for 150 employees to work. The facility also gives Signet the ability to better control its operational costs.
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"This will be the first building on the lake edge," Lantz, senior vice president of investments and build-to-suit activity for Billingsley, told the Dallas Business Journal. "We are starting the development of The Sound and the campus will overlook the water and this will be a great amenity for the employees that will office there."

The campus will connect to a six-mile hike-and-bike trail around the lake. Construction will also begin on apartments adjacent to the lake by the end of the year.
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Construction is slated to begin in June on the campus, with the manufacturing building expected to be complete first followed by the office building. By the end of 2017, Signet will move into its new campus.
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More development on the way for Dallas’ City Lights property near downtown
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April 15, 2016

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Now, Greystar is eyeing plans for a second phase to its City Lights apartment community an the vacant tract next door.

The developer has filed plans with the City of Dallas for the 2.2-acre vacant property that was also part of the original City Lights tract. It’s at Live Oak and Texas Street, right across from the Latino Cultural Center.

Greystar is already building the 23-story, 302-unit Ascent apartment building in Dallas’ Victory Park, across the street from the American Airlines Center arena.
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Costco has officially submitted architectural plans:

First look at Dallas’ first Costco store on North Central Expressway
Steve Brown
April 15, 2016



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After months and months of discussion discount superstore retailer Costco has filed architectural plans for its first Dallas store.

The 146,000-square-foot warehouse-style retail building is planned near the southwest corner of North Central Expressway and LBJ Freeway in North Dallas.
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The Seattle-based warehouse club spent years looking at alternative store locations before picking the former park-and-ride location just off Central Expressway.
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Historic Dallas High School will reopen next year as offices and retail space
Steve Brown
April 18, 2016



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Developers who are redoing a landmark downtown Dallas building hope to have the work done by next year.

Commercial real estate firm Matthews Southwest is turning the century old Dallas High School at Pearl and Bryan streets into a combination of office and retail space.
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Built in 1907, the 4-story building has been empty since the 1990s.

Matthews Southwest bought the old school last year and is spending $50.4 million on the mixed-use redevelopment. The project will include 66,000 square feet of offices and 26,000 square feet of retail space.



A lease for 35,000 square feet of office space has already been signed in the building, Matthews Southwest told Dallas officials in the TIF funding request. Real estate brokers say that international architect Perkins+Will will move its local operations into the project after completion.

Matthews Southwest said it will use the requested economic incentives to pay for streetscape upgrades, environmental remediation and demolition and facade restoration. Dallas’ city council is set to vote on the funds on April 27.

The developers say they plan to sell off extra land surrounding the landmark school. That property along Live Oak Avenue could be used for construction of apartments or more office space.


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Southwest Airlines ready to take off with $143 million Love Field operations center expansion
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April 20, 2016



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Southwest Airlines hopes to break ground in late spring on a major expansion of its facilities at Dallas’ Love Field.

The Dallas-based airline has filed building permits to construct a $145 million “office building and flight simulator building” at 2175 Research Row.

The new complex would contain more than 865,000 square feet and will be six stories, according to the building permits.
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The development site is in the same area where Southwest recently built an almost $100 million addition to its Dallas base.

To connect the two operations, Southwest will build a pedestrian sky bridge across Denton Drive.

The building permits show that the 5,571-square-foot bridge will cost $3 million.
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Billingsley Co. ready to go with another office building at Cypress Waters
Steve Brown
April 25, 2016



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Adolfson & Peterson Construction said Monday that it will build the 4-story, 225,000-square-foot office project at 9111 Cypress Waters Blvd north of LBJ Freeway.

The building will be finished in mid 2017.
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The project just landed jeweler Zale Corp.’s new regional office.

And buildings are under construction for OneSource Virtual and CoreLogic.

Other major companies in Cypress Waters include 7-Eleven, Nationstar Mortgage, British Telecom, Meritage Homes, AMN Healthcare and Toyota Industries Commercial Finance.
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Lot for Multifamily Development Among Seven Land Sales by Stream Realty
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April 15, 2016



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The national real estate services company represented sellers Katya and Jeff Long and Joseph Beavers in the purchase of a 3.25 acre tract at 218 W. Commerce Street near downtown Dallas.

The buyer, West Commerce Investments LLC wants to convert the site into an urban multifamily complex.

A corner lot, the portion of 218 W. Commerce that fronts Commerce has a single-story office building that has been used by a bail bond company.
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Zale ready to break ground for new Cypress Waters office campus
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April 28, 2016



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Zale’s parent Signet Jewelers Limited has scheduled a Tuesday groundbreaking for the 2-building campus in the Cypress Waters development near LBJ Freeway and Belt Line Road.

Developer Billingsley Co. will build Zale’s 225,000-square-foot corporate office and a 31,000-square-foot jewelry repair center on the shore of North Lake.

The new office project is scheduled to open at the end of 2017.
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The company received $450,000 in economic incentives from the city of Dallas to help pay for the new building.

Zale said it plans to have 700 to 800 people working in the new development when it’s finished in early 2018 and hire another 200 to 300 workers.
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The same creator who developed The Joule's CBD Provisions is creating multiple concepts for Victory Park.

New restaurant and retail venues on the way at Dallas’ Victory Park
Steve Brown
May 2, 2016



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Victory Park is ramping up its restaurant and retail offerings, with a new restaurant, a café and retail emporium.

Simon’s company – Rebees – has been hired to help with marketing and food and beverage services for all of Victory Park.

Rebees plans to develop and operate a 4,000-square-foot retail emporium in Victory Park that will feature locally made goods.

And Simon’s company will open and operate a 6,000-square-foot restaurant in the project.

Rebees will also set up 14,000-square-foot Victory Park co-working office center that will include a 3,500-square-foot café.
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Simon previously developed several popular Dallas-area restaurants including The Porch, Hibiscus, Victor Tangos, Fireside Pies and CBD Provisions.
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Oak Cliff’s Colorado Place development site bought for large apartment community
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May 4, 2016



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Lincoln Property Co. purchased the 18-acre Colorado Place property at Fort Worth Avenue and Colorado Boulevard.
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The developer hasn’t wasted any time moving ahead with construction plans.

Lincoln Property this week has filed for a building permit with the City of Dallas to construct 299 apartments at Colorado Place. The construction is valued at almost $30 million.
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And the property is part of the original 2,000-acre site of a historic French settlement built in the 1800s and called La Reunion.
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Commemorative Air Force Museum, Dallas Executive Airport

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New owner of two Love Field area office buildings has upgrade plans
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May 6, 2016



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California-based investor Buchanan Street Partners bought the Bluffview Towers located at the north end of the airport.

The almost 200,000-square-foot office project at Northwest Highway and Lemmon Avenue is more than 80 percent leased.
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The surge in airline traffic and business at Love Field was a major factor in the buildings’ purchase, said Buchanan Street vice president Matt Haugen.

“We have noticed a significant change in Dallas in that area,” Haugen said. “We’ve been watching the Love Field statistics.

“We believe the area around Love Field will see expansion as corporations view that as a more preferred area,” he said. “A lot of executives that live in the Park Cities would love nothing more than take shorter commutes.”

Haugen said the nearby affluent Bluffview and Preston Hollow neighborhoods were also a strong driver for his company’s purchase.
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“We are going to reposition these buildings and bring them up to a first class standard,” Haugen said. “We are going to put our brand on these buildings.

“We are a believer in the Dallas market – this is our fourth investment in the last 16 months.”
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New rental community kicking off construction just east of downtown Dallas
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May 11, 2016



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The Dallas-based developer plans to build 340 units at Hall Street and Munger Avenue, a block off Ross Avenue.
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“We are incredibly excited about this opportunity,” Mill Creek managing director Rick Perdue said. “With the proposed Kroger grocery store across Hall Street” the area is becoming a walkable neighborhood. “We are eager to be a part of this transformation.”

The Modera Hall Street apartments will take about 24 months to complete.

“We are starting work next week,” Perdue said.

The first units will be ready in October of 2017.
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April 2016 Update:

Love Field Modernization Program

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Construction kicked-off for LFMP II and Parking Garage C in May 2015 with the relocation of utilities and Department of Aviation offices, construction of the new cell lot and the installation of the parking guidance system. The beginning footprint of Parking Garage C can also be seen at this time.






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