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Two new buildings join Quaker State, BMW in I-20 industrial park in Lancaster
Steve Brown
February 22, 2016



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Developers started two more buildings in the Park 20/35 development in Lancaster.
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Panattoni Development is building the latest two buildings in the project on Houston School Road.

The two 211,948-square-foot buildings – the sixth and seventh at Park 20/35 will be ready in June.
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Good to see some more action happening in the southern suburbs, it may help spur more developments in south Dallas
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New Frisco mixed-use development will have retail, apartments and commercial
Steve Brown
February 24, 2016



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The 83-acre retail, apartment and office project is on U.S. Highway 380 just south of the huge Windsong Ranch community.
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The latest designs filed with the City of Frisco show more than two dozen retail, restaurant apartment and commercial buildings on the property at FM 423 and U.S. 380.

There’s also a park with walking trails and a “restaurant green” with parking for food trucks.
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“We are in discussions with anchor retail tenants – that’s the first thing,” a Rudman spokesman said. “We have people interested in the residential as well.”

The Frisco Crossing project is planned for as many as 750 apartments in two large buildings.


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Construction begins on $200M redevelopment near Globe Life Park in Arlington
Candace Carlisle
February 24, 2016



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Arlington-based developer The Nehemiah Company has begun construction on a $200 million redevelopment project, which will bring a 1,300-apartment community to the neighborhood near Globe Life Park.

This is the largest apartment redevelopment project to ever take place in Arlington and is one of the largest in North Texas.
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The project, called Arlington Commons, will replace a group of aging, 1970s-era apartment complexes at 425 E. Lamar Blvd. near Globe Life Park. The project is being developed with the help of $10.5 million in city economic incentives.
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Construction of the initial phase is expected to be complete by the end of February 2018. The entire Arlington Commons redevelopment is slated to be complete in 2026.
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KDC, Patronus Data Centers partner up on Frisco data center project
Candace Carlisle
February 24, 2016

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Dallas-based development firm KDC and Patronus Data Centers have formed a joint venture to market and develop 35 acres of land in Frisco for build-to-suit data centers for companies.
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"The Dallas-Fort Worth data center market enjoys some of the strongest demand in the country," said Ab Atkins, senior vice president and partner at KDC, in a statement. "Data center sites such as this, with the necessary critical infrastructure already in place, are difficult to find."

In July 2014, Frisco-based Patronus Data Centers acquired the tract on a high-profile site northwest of the Dallas North Tollway and Main Street in Frisco with plans to begin a $250 million data center development.

The tract sits adjacent to a 200-megawatt CoServ substation. In all, the development site could contain up to 500,000 square feet of data center space.
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Southlake City Council and Planning & Zoning held a joint work session Monday night.

TD Ameritrade is proposing a regional finance campus in the Solana Business Park adjacent to Sabre's world headquarters.

Approximately 355,000sq of Class A office will be home to 1,400 employees.

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Lincoln Property begins major Plano retail center on last empty Preston Road corner
Steve Brown
February 25, 2016



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The mixed-use project – called Village 121 – is going up on the last vacant corner of Preston Road and State Highway 121.

Lincoln Property has been working on the 80 acre project since before the recession.
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Now Lincoln is building four retail buildings that are the first of almost a half million square feet of shopping and commercial space planned on the high-profile corner.

Plans for the rest of the property include more retail space, apartments and an office building. Architect Good Fulton & Farrell designed the development.

The shopping center is being built at an intersection that already has one of the highest concentrations of retail space in the country.


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Castle Hills developers buy adjoining Singer Ranch in Carrollton to expand the 19-year-old community
Steve Brown
March 1, 2016

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Developers of the hugely successful Castle Hills community northwest of Dallas have purchased an adjoining property for a major expansion.
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We will build a trail system through that portion of the property and tie it into the city of Carrollton’s trail system,” Bright said.

Almost 3,400 houses, a golf course and commercial development have been completed in the 2,600-acre Castle Hills project, which is located in Lewisville and Carrollton.
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“That family has owned that property since 1860,” he said. “We are doing a joint venture with them that will give us another 400 to 500 lots north of Parker Road.”

More than 12,000 people now live in Castle Hills.
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More new tenants announced for Frisco’s Wade Park
Steve Brown
March 3, 2016


The first phase of Frisco’s Wade Park development is set to open next year. (Thomas Land)

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Developers of Frisco’s $1.6 billion Wade Park project have disclosed two new tenants.

Tyler’s has leased nearly 17,000 square feet of retail space for a store that sells athletic and lifestyle apparel, footwear, eyewear and accessories.
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Wade Park has also signed a lease with Steak 48, a new eatery by Arizona restaurateurs Michael and Jeffrey Mastro.
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Thomas has previously announced that Whole Foods Market, iPic Theaters and Pinstripes Bowling will locate in Wade Park.

Other retail and restaurant tenants include Sur La Table, Yard House, Bocce Bistro, The Rustic, Arhaus, Thirteen Pies, Steel City Pops, Torchy’s Tacos, Bread Zepplin; MiniLuxe and The Lash Lounge.

Wade Park’s first phase is planned for 600,000 square feet of restaurant and retail space.

A Hotel ZaZa and a Langham Hotels & Resorts hotel have also been annoced for Wade Park.
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The first phase of the 175-acre Wade Park project is scheduled to open next year on the Dallas North Tollway.
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Ablon Frisco Square is now complete.

Read more about the 275-unit apartment complex here.

From Andres Conctruction Services Facebook page:



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Medical giant McKesson bringing almost 1,000 new jobs to Irving in office consolidation
Steve Brown
March 10, 2016



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San Francisco-based McKesson – which distributes pharmaceuticals and medical products – is buying the former NEC Corp. of America office complex on State Highway 114 in Las Colinas.

McKesson will move 900 workers already in the Dallas-Fort Worth area to the property. And the company will create 975 additional jobs as part of the office move.

“After a thoughtful and thorough selection process, we’re excited to consolidate our Dallas-area offices into a new, state-of-the-art facility in Irving, Texas,” David Evangelista, McKesson senior vice president, said in a statement. “Investing in this new, modern work space will enable our associates to more effectively serve McKesson customers in the evolving health care industry.”

McKesson said it plans to invest $157 million in the new offices.

The two office buildings contain more than a half-million square feet of office space. McKesson is also buying adjacent land where it can expand with an additional building.
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McKesson will immediately become the city's largest real estate deal in the last decade and will also become Irving's largest employers. In all, McKesson brings an estimated $4.7 billion total economic impact over the next decade.
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Richardson’s CityLine project lands new home community
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March 14, 2016



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Centre Living Homes and KDC plan to develop the 32-home community on CityLine Drive just east of Plano Road. The cluster of modern homes will be between the new CityLine Market shopping center and Raytheon Corp.’s new regional office campus.

The three-story homes will range in size from 2,750 to about 3,300 square feet.

“We already had some people asking about buying through word of mouth,” said Centre Living Homes president Trevor Brickman. “My niche is we hire good architects and do higher end, modern projects.

“The architecture was really important to KDC.”
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The homes start at more than $550,000. He said the new Richardson project is set to start later this year.
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Verizon’s $1.5 billion Irving mixed-use development is poised to move ahead this week
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March 16, 2016



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A Las Colinas mixed-use project would add millions of square feet of office space, shopping, apartments and hotel rooms if Irving’s City Council approves the deal this week.
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A commuter rail station built at the north end of the project on Hidden Ridge Drive will connect the development with Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, Love Field and downtown Dallas.

Plans for the development include more than 3 million square feet of office space, 85,000 square feet of retail, a 150-room hotel and hundreds of new apartments.

The project will be constructed on vacant land across from Verizon’s longtime Irving campus. Part of the development site is the Carpenter family’s original ranch, which became the Las Colinas community.
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“We want to see that tidal wave of development keep coming,” Danish said. “This project is ready made for success.”


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Construction of the new DART rail station is included in the initial development.

“It’s an affirmation how important our commitment to mass transit has been,” Danish said.

The Hidden Ridge station was one of three deferred transit stops DART could still build in Irving, he said.
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“We are taking what was built as a very exurban campus and working with them to build in a neighborhood center and amenities for what will be sites for several headquarters properties,” said Gensler’s Barry Hand.

KDC is talking to several potential companies that could relocate to planned office buildings in the Hidden Ridge campus.

One of the firms interested in the development is Pioneer Natural Resources, an energy firm that is already located in Las Colinas.

Pioneer now leases about 600,000 square feet in the Williams Square high-rise complex on O’Connor Boulevard.


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Pegasus Foods plans $10M Rockwall plant, creating 325 jobs
Bill Hethcock
March 14, 2016

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Los Angeles-based Pegasus will build an 80,000-square-foot manufacturing facility. The project is expected to create 325 jobs and a $10 million investment, Abbott said at a Monday news conference in Austin.

“Once again, a California company has decided there is no better place to grow and operate a business than the Lone Star State,” Abbott said.

Pegasus Foods is one of many corporations moving employees to North Texas. Toyota, Liberty Mutual, Kubota, JP Morgan Chase, State Farm, Farmer Brothers and Raytheon have all announced major moves or expansions in North Texas.
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The company started in in 1998. It produces frozen foods and other products and lists among its customers Trader Joe’s, Chili’s, Panda Express, Cinnabon and Walmart.

“We manufacture food,” Zaferi said. “We make food for restaurants and for supermarkets, and our product is hitting all 50 states.”
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New warehouse park will bring eight buildings on I-20 in Arlington
Steve Brown
March 15, 2016



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Ridge Development and Invesco Real Estate will begin construction in the next quarter on the 119-acre business project at the northwest corner of I-20 and State Highway 360.

The 1.6 million-square foot Park 20/360 will have a series of speculative warehouse buildings.

The first phase will be four buildings with almost 1.3 million square feet. The first buildings are scheduled to open in early 2017.
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The project is one of the largest new warehouse complexes under construction along I—20, which had more than 6 million square feet of projects being built in corridor at the end of 2015.
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Another data center project set to start in Plano’s Legacy business park
Steve Brown
March 16, 2016



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Skybox Datacenters says it will build a 21-acre project in Plano’s Legacy business park.

Called Skybox Legacy, the project will start with a 150,000-square-foot building that will open in October.

Located at Communications and Tennyson parkways, the project is planned for an expansion of up to 350,000 square feet.
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Construction on the new Plano project is scheduled to start on March 29.

Other new data centers in Plano are being developed by Equinix, Stream Data Centers and Aligned Data Centers.
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Tanger Factory Outlet to be built next to Texas Motor Speedway in Fort Worth
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March 16, 2016



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Tanger Factory Outlet Centers plans to build a 350,000-square-foot shopping center in Fort Worth next to Texas Motor Speedway.

The Tanger center is part of the 279-acre mixed-use project called Champions Circle being developed by Fine Line Diversified Development. The company didn’t provide an opening date or say when construction will begin.
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The shopping center is expected to employ 400 full-time and part-time workers during the construction phase. More than 900 jobs are expected to be created after the center opens.
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The development is 18 miles north of downtown Fort Worth at the intersection of Interstate 35W and State Highway 114.
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The development will have more retail space. The Champions Shopping Center will have an additional 540,000-square-foot of space for free-standing stores and restaurants.
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Ethos Group leases all of office space in new Irving Music Factory project
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March 21, 2016



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Developers of a mixed-use entertainment complex that’s under construction in Las Colinas said they have leased all the office space in the project to a single tenant.

ARK Group – which is building the Music Factory complex on State Highway 114 near Northwest Highway – said that Irving-based Ethos Group has leased 100,000 square feet in the office building portion of its development.
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The company plans to move into the Music Factory office building late next year.
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“Our primary motivation for leasing was to be in an environment that would allow our associates, clients and visitors to walk to entertainment venues.”
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Scheduled to open next year, the Music Factory includes an eight-screen Alamo Drafthouse Cinema, 8,000-seat Live Nation indoor/outdoor concert hall, other entertainment venues, restaurants and specialty eateries.
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New Plano rental community near downtown will include artist lofts
Steve Brown
March 21, 2016



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The 224-unit development planned for a vacant block will provide affordable workforce housing in one of North Texas’ fastest growing communities.

“It will be a mixed-income community, and a little over half of it will be affordable based on what the resident makes,” said Jean Brown with the Plano Housing Corp., which is developing the 5.6-acre project. “It will be a transit-oriented development – it’s less than half a mile from the 15th Street DART station.”
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The Plano Housing Corp. is working on a second development a few blocks away near City Hall.

“We will be doing 21 townhouses that are for sale, with seven for low- and moderate-income residents,” Brown said.


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It appears a new 11 story, 318-room Embassy Suites will begin construction in the Rayzor Ranch development.

Construction is expected to begin April 11, 2016 and commence May 31, 2017.

The hotel will be 217' tall.

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