Illinois’ RJW Logistics Group Opens Its Second Large Warehouse Facility in Mesquite

by | Jun 5, 2024
With RJW's second Mesquite facility providing around 200 new jobs, the company's total retail logistics footprint exceeds 7 million square feet spanning 11 warehouses in Chicago and two in Mesquite. "Creating jobs for Dallas-area workers is a priority for us, and we're enthusiastic about helping the local community thrive," CEO Kevin WIlliamson told Dallas Innovates.
North Shore Rowlett Is Getting a New, Nearly 2-Million-SF Business District
by | Jan 30, 2024
Set to break ground in March northeast of Dallas, the Lakeview Business District is a development of Jackson-Shaw, a national real estate development company headquartered in North Texas. The 165-acre business park will be built in two phases, beginning with five modern "state-of-the-art" spaces that will total over a million square feet.
12 Acres in Addison Acquired for Planned Addison Innovation Center
by | Dec 18, 2023
“There is pent-up tenant demand for functional industrial space in infill Dallas,” said Colby Everett, director with Houston's Lovett Industrial, which acquired the Addison property along with Dallas-based Rosewood Property Co. "We look forward to partnering with the city of Addison to retain and attract great companies," Everett added.
Dallas’ Ashland Greene Capital Launches New Multifamily Real Estate Investment Fund
by | May 12, 2023
Ashland Greene is a vertically integrated real estate firm that has transacted over $1 billion in assets and more than 6,100 units in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. Plans for its new fund include capital investments of roughly $11 million, the firm said.

Dallas, Fort Worth Ranked Top 2 Among Largest U.S. Cities for Vacant Land

With 90,739 acres of vacant land, Dallas led all 20 of the most populous urban centers in the U.S. for having the most vacant land available. That's according to a report from CommercialCafe, a commercial real estate internet listing service. Fort Worth came in No. 2 with 90,739 acres of vacant land. Four of the top 5 cities on the list are in the Texas Triangle, with San Antonio at No. 4 and Houston at No. 5.
Newmark Hires Dallas Exec as President, Global Head of Industrial & Logistics
by | Mar 13, 2023

Dallas-based institutional capital markets expert Jack Fraker has joined Newmark Group Inc., a full-service commercial real estate firm, as president and global head of industrial and logistics.

Newmark has offices in Dallas and Plano.

“Newmark’s Capital Markets advisory group, which has seen dramatic growth, is a key component of our platform’s acceleration, nationally and globally,” Newmark Chief Executive Officer Barry Gosin said in a statement....

The sale of Trammell Crow Center was the top DFW CRE deal for 2022.
DFW Tops U.S. Metros in Commercial Property Deals for 3rd Year in a Row
by | Jan 23, 2023
According to the latest MSCI Inc. estimate, more than $42.5 billion in commercial properties were sold in DFW in 2022. North Texas “wrested the top slot from Manhattan at the onset of the pandemic and has held it ever since,” MSCI analysts said in the report. Dallas-based CBRE was the top-ranked firm for commercial real estate investment sales nationally in 2022—for the 17th straight year.
Artful Industrial: How M2G Ventures Is ‘Turning Locations Into Landmarks’
by | Aug 29, 2022
For The Archetype, she enlisted local artist Josh Dodson, whose signature "graffitecture" will be added across the project, filled with 3D illusions and "colorful surprises."

“Integrating art into properties gives them a lifeblood, and that’s exactly what we’re doing with The Archetype," Katie Murray, M2G's chief creative officer says.

The Key Word for Dallas-Fort Worth Industrial Space Is ‘More’

by | Mar 2, 2022
More construction, more leasing, and more jobs.

The DFW industrial market is a “vital, sought-after logistics hub," Cushman & Wakefield analyst Christopher Grubbs says. And e-commerce is an “industrial bell cow” that shows how customers are buying goods.
Dallas’ Sole Source Capital Raises $555M for Its Second Industrial-Focused Fund
by | Oct 13, 2021
With the "significantly oversubscribed" fund round, Sole Source now has over $1 billion under management. It's already made investments in three portfolio companies through the new fund: Dallas Plastics, Peak Technologies, and I.D. Images. Founder and CEO David Fredston says his firm's "investment process and commitment to human capital can deliver great results."
Dallas Region Sets Record Industrial Growth, Rises to No. 1 Industrial Market
Despite the economic issues COVID-19 has brought to the U.S., the Dallas region’s industrial market is on trend to close out 2020 as a record-breaking year for new industrial construction and leasing.
Dallas’ Panda Biotech to Open Industrial Hemp Facility in West Texas
by | Dec 12, 2019
Panda Biotech's hemp facility is expected to process more than 130,000 tons of Texas-grown industrial hemp annually.

TREC Seeks Entries for 1st Real Estate ‘Shark Tank’ Pitch

by | Jun 5, 2017
TREC is seeking real estate projects aimed at driving economic development in Southern Dallas,
sensor chips
TI Unveils New Sensor Chips for Automotive, Industrial Uses
by | May 17, 2017
The chips can sense accurately through plastic, dry wall, clothing, glass, and many other materials, and through environmental conditions such as lighting, rain, dust, fog, or frost.