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Dallas-Based Common Dwelling Offers Investment Opportunities in Single-Family-Home Rentals

With an initial target raise of $20 million, Ty Lee's Common Dwelling online platform offers everyday Americans a chance to invest in—and profit from—single-family home rentals.

"I wanted to create a platform where people can invest with however much money they have available to them," Lee said. Even if that's as little as $100 or $1,000.
Photo Gallery: Here Are the Winners of AIA Dallas’ 2020 Built Design Awards
by | Oct 12, 2020
The Dallas Chapter of the American Institute of Architects virtually celebrated built projects from Dallas or Northeast Texas architects that exemplify excellence in a virtual celebration last week. Here's who was recognized.
Q+A: Mary Dickinson is Helping Companies Make Their Workplaces Healthier
by | Sep 14, 2020
Perkins + Will's Mary Dickinson talks strategies for reducing COVID in the workplace, such as UV light and HEPA filtration. "We are working with facilities on cleaning protocols to avoid creating a false sense of security," she says.
Kings Club Coworking Space in Historic Dallas High School Vies for Entrepreneurial Creatives
by | Jul 23, 2019
Slated to open in September, the coworking space is tailored to meet the needs of "visionary entrepreneurs" and test new concepts in collaborative work environments.

DI People: Stantec, BBG, Methodist Health Systems Make Leadership Moves

by | Apr 23, 2019
You’ll also find news from from Veritex Community Bank, MV Transportation, Trinity Metro, Lucid Energy Group, Troxell, Perkins + Will, and Naturalshrimp in this report of executive and leadership moves by companies with ties to North Texas.
Future of the Home Is ‘Less Toxic,’ ‘More Sustainable’ TreeHouse CEO Says
by | Jan 19, 2018
“Your home is the place where you have maximum power to affect your world," said TreeHouse CEO Jason Ballard during the opening of the Plano store.
Plano ISD
Sneak Peek: Here’s a Look at Plano ISD’s New Fine Arts Center
by | Dec 7, 2017
The facility will feature a 1,500-seat multipurpose performance hall, rehearsal space, black box theater, and art gallery.
Dallas High School
Old Dallas High School Getting New Life
by | Apr 17, 2017
The 107-year-old building, once destined for the wrecking ball, aims to acquire three separate third-party sustainability ratings.