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Lamar Hunt family affiliate begins developing speculative Fort Worth project
Candace Carlisle
January 26, 2016



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The 301,500-square-foot warehouse and distribution facility will sit on 16.66 acres within Riverbend West Business Park at 2101 Reeves Place in northeast Fort Worth.
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Construction is expected to begin immediately with completion of the new hub expected in the third quarter.
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New Frisco mixed-use project across from Toyota Stadium is on the drawing boards
Steve Brown
January 27, 2016

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The 22-acre development on Main Street east of the Dallas North Tollway will be next door to the Toyota Stadium.

Property owner and developer Paul Cheng has filed plans for a complex of one to 4-story buildings on the north side of Main

The project is designed to include two office buildings, five retail and restaurant buildings and 597 apartments. There’s also a 6-story garage and retail building.
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Perhaps this project will be similar to its initial plan by Corgan.

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Sabre takes down another block of office space in Westlake
Steve Brown
January 29, 2016



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Sabre has rented almost 200,000 square feet of offices in two buildings south of State Highway 114.
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Sabre signed long-term leases for the office space, which will allow them to add hundreds of employees. The company already has about 3,000 people working at Solana.
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Taylor said more than 300,000 square feet of leases have been signed in the development in the last 16 months.
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The owners have been spending more than $50 million to upgrade the 30-year-old mixed-use project located northwest of Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport.
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Large datacenter planned for Richardson one of several in the works for North Texas
Steve Brown
February 1, 2016





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The more than 470,000-square-foot 3-story datacenter would be built on more than 20 acres at the northwest corner of Security Row and International Parkway.
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North Texas was the second fastest growing datacenter market in the country in 2015, behind only suburban Washington, D.C., according to a new report by commercial property firm JLL.

“We are continuing to have record absorption here,” said JLL’s Bo Bond. “Those numbers do not include corporate build-to-suit projects like Facebook and State Farm.”
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Bond said the next generation of projects will be bigger and will include more ground-up construction, rather than converting old commercial buildings.
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Farmers market will be centerpiece of new Frisco development
Steve Brown
February 1, 2016





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Called Frisco Fresh Market, the Main Street project will also include office buildings, apartments and a hotel on 32 acres just east of the Dallas North Tollway.

“Our project is a specialty lifestyle retail project with primary focus on fresh food and farm fresh produce as well as a variety of small vendors selling artisan products,” said developer Paul Cheng who heads USA Infrastructure Investments. “It will be about 70,000 square feet of indoor facilities and 10,000 square feet of outdoor facilities.
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The project is planned to include two office buildings, five retail and restaurant buildings and 597 apartments. The development will be next door to the Toyota Stadium.
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Cheng said work will start on the development this fall.
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Frisco's The Gate development costs to exceed $1B.

Here's the article, along with new renderings.
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J.P. Morgan Chase's new $300M regional headquarters in Plano aquires land for future expansion.

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Investors from China, Germany, Korea, Peru and UAE are interested in investing in Frisco's $5.4B mile.

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Verizon's $1.5B+ mixed-use development to go before Irving city council in March.

Plans call for 3.5M square feet of office, 85K square feet of retail, a 150-room hotel and community green. The development is to be built adjacent to one of DART's Orange Line stations.

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Arlington Commons, a 353-unit apartment complex, begins construction tomorrow.

The project's master plan includes a total of 1,300+ units.

Here's the article.

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Texas Health to build $37M drug and alcohol North Texas treatment facility
Bill Hethcock
February 9, 2016

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Texas Health Resources plans to construct a $37 million, 80-bed treatment center for drug and alcohol addiction in Mansfield — the first facility of its type for the health system.

Health system leaders will break ground at 9 a.m. Wednesday on Texas Health Residential Treatment Center at 240 North Miller Road in Mansfield.

The facility is slated to open in May 2017.
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The 100,000-square-foot center will have four residence halls, divided by age groups: adolescents from 12-17 years old; young adults from 18-25; women; and general population of 25 and older.

Beck will complete the architecture and the construction for the project.
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Granite Properties' 'The Boardwalk' restaurant row gets underway in West Plano
Candace Carlisle
February 9, 2016

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On the heels of landing Fannie Mae's regional consolidation at Granite Park, Granite Properties has started construction on its boardwalk-inspired restaurant row at the southeast corner of the Sam Rayburn Tollway and the Dallas North Tollway in West Plano.

The project, called The Boardwalk, is expected to bring about 29,000 square feet of restaurant space in a multi-building complex attached with patios and a boardwalk around the lake feature at Granite Park.
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Last year, Granite Properties landed celebrity chef Kent Rathbun's new concept Hickory Kitchen and a Japanese and Asian-infused concept Blue Fish.

Fuller said it would be a variety of restaurants that would enhance the eateries at the park. Each restaurant will have 3,000 square feet to 7,000 square feet of retail space upon completion.
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At full build-out, Granite Park is expected to have a daytime population of 10,000 people. Construction on The Boardwalk is slated for completion in October.
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San Francisco-based McKesson Corp., the nation's oldest and largest pharmaceutical company, plans to move offices to Las Colinas.

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Exclusive: Provident Realty readies $1B project on former Pate Ranch tract
Candace Carlisle
February 10, 2016

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Dallas-based developer Provident Realty Advisors is prepping a 468-acre tract formerly owned by Fort Worth's Pate family for a $1 billion mixed-use development, which will bring upwards of 1,000 single-family homes to the site along the newly completed Chisholm Trail Parkway.

Along with the single-family homes, Provident Realty plans to develop nearly 200,000 square feet of grocery-anchored retail space and a three-story apartment community with about 325 apartment homes on the tract at the southwest quadrant of Altamesa and Bryant Irvin Road in southwest Fort Worth.
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The $1.4 billion Chisholm Trail Parkway brings this part of Fort Worth from a 30-plus minute drive to downtown Fort Worth to an eight-minute commute to the city's core, he added.
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Construction is expected to begin on the apartments by the end of the year.

The three-story apartment buildings are expected to have an urban design with parking behind the buildings, which gives Tavolo Park's apartments a similar feel to those seen in Uptown or other mixed-use developments.
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Cowboys Club in Frisco to start wait list as 800 memberships sell out
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February 15, 2016



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Membership in the club, at the Dallas Cowboys’ under-construction headquarters and training facility, costs a family a one-time fee of at least $4,500 plus $350 a month. The initial fee for corporate memberships depends on how many people will have access. The monthly fee is also $350.
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The Cowboys Club is set to open in September, shortly after the opening of the headquarters, called The Star in Frisco.
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Exclusive: Mission Foods to open massive hub in Grand Prairie
Candace Carlisle
February 17, 2016



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Tortilla-making giant Mission Foods, a subsidiary of Gruma Corp., plans to consolidate its North Texas manufacturing and distribution operations into a massive hub within a $200 million logistics campus in Grand Prairie, which will bring another major distributor to the city limits.
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The company plans to employ more than 500 workers and operate around the clock to keep up with the consumer demand for its tortillas and tortilla chips.
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Based on the long-term leases with Mission Foods and GM, Grand Prairie's economic development manager Terry Jones said she projects the logistics park will bring in $53 million in tax revenue over the term of the contracts.
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Mission Foods is expected to open its Grand Prairie facility for production upon completion of the facility in October.
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Pabst Brewing to open Irving office as new North Texas hub
Candace Carlisle
February 17, 2016

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The Pabst Brewing Company LLC plans to open an office at Las Colinas Urban Towers in Irving, which will serve as a hub for the Los Angeles-based company's brewing operations, sales operations and certain management teams.

The 132-year-old company, which brews Pabst Blue Ribbon, has signed a two-year lease for 8,300 square feet of office space within the tower at 222 W. Las Colinas Blvd., with plans to move into its new regional office in April.
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Pabst wanted to put an office in North Texas because of the region's central location in the United States with easy access to the rest of the country. Officials say it will also serve as a meeting location for executives and key team members.
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Robert Shaw's Columbus Realty teams up with McKinney to develop former courthouse site
Candace Carlisle
February 18, 2016



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The development agreement will bring 320 apartments, a parking garage, 45,000 square feet of office space and 20,000 square feet of retail space to the 9-acre site at the southwest corner of Davis Street and McDonald Street (State Highway 5).
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"The proposed mixed-use development will be another step in bringing to life the town center study and will add to the diversity of development in our city," said Mayor Brian Loughmiller, in a prepared statement. "Development of this site will be a valuable extension of our historic square."
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This spring, the development firm will hold a public presentation of design concepts. Construction is expected to start no later than January 2017.
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Construction to begin on new Allen alternative office complex
Candace Carlisle
February 18, 2016



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The three-building, 94,000-square-foot Tech Center complex near Bethany Drive and Greenville Avenue will cater to companies needing both office and warehouse space, which is a product that's been in demand by office tenants, said President Bruce Heller.
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The initial phase of Tech Center — called Tech Center One — is slated to get underway with an official groundbreaking on Thursday, Feb. 25.

Tech Center One, a 38,000-square-foot office building that will kick off the campus, is slated for completion in August.
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Granite Place now has a webcam, courtesy of Oxblue.

The six-story Class A office building will be located in Southlake Town Square at the northern corner of Division and Reserve.

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A seven-story office building will be built later.

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