How DFW Airport Is Revolutionizing the Air Cargo Industry with Innovation and Best-in-Class Operators

by | May 1, 2023
DFW International Airport is bringing revolutionary state-of-the-art technology to its 19th Street Cargo facility as it begins a comprehensive redevelopment there. The project, scheduled for completion in late 2024, will add roughly 350,000 square feet of new warehouse space and seven large cargo aircraft parking positions—helping the airport in its bid to become a leading hub for fast-growing sectors such as pharmaceuticals, perishables, and cross-border e-commerce.
Asana Partners Acquires Fort Worth’s Foundry District from M2G Ventures
by | Sep 26, 2022
Asana Partners shares M2G Venture's vision for innovative adaptive reuse projects, the developer says, making it "the ideal ownership group to continue the Foundry’s trajectory as a North Texas icon."
Executive Director of DFW’s Urban Land Institute: How CRE Professionals Can Help Build ‘Sustainable, Thriving Communities’
by | Apr 7, 2022

As the relatively new executive director of the Urban Land Institute Dallas-Fort Worth, Tamela Thornton promotes dialogues and actions in commercial real estate that lead to transformed communities. ...

Weir’s Plaza: A New Mixed-Used Development Transforms Knox Street Property
by | Oct 7, 2020
The project set a record for preleasing, winning a three-floor lease from Kirkland & Ellis—one of the country’s largest law firms—and from coworking giant WeWork.
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The NATIONAL: Massive Downtown Dallas Redevelopment Gets New Name and First Tenant

by | Feb 19, 2020
Downtown Dallas Inc. has signed a lease as the first tenant in the 52-story building formerly known as First National Bank Tower. The revamped building is being called "the largest-ever adaptive, historical use development in Texas." Developers used new technologies to meet their aggressive deadline for completion this year.
International Developers: Meet Jack Matthews From London (Ontario), Canada
by | Jan 30, 2020
The developer behind South Side on Lamar and the Omni Dallas Hotel is continuing to plan new projects in Dallas.
Cities Nail Down Prosperous Futures From Their Pasts with Historic Redevelopment
It's amazing what can happen to a community when old, ignored properties are given a new purpose and a new life by forward-thinking cities and developers.
Historic Preservation: How Bringing New Life to Old Buildings Reaps Rewards
by | Jul 12, 2019
Redevelopment of aging buildings is a risk-reward case study, but for North Texas' visionary developers who take it on, the rewards of bringing new life to old structures can benefit everyone.
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Power of Towers: How Dallas’ Tallest Buildings Continue to Trumpet its Future

by | May 30, 2019
Innovation and construction technology have redefined what’s possible for Dallas' tallest buildings. With the state's largest adaptive redevelopment project—a $450M revival of the 52-story First National Bank Tower—back on track at 1401 Elm St. with Todd Interests at the helm, the downtown towers are being bought, sold, and given new lives as the city continues to grow.
Redevelopment Breathes New Life Into Real Estate That’s Run its Course
by | Mar 14, 2018
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Target, KaBOOM! Challenge Offers $720K for City Redevelopment Designs
by | Jul 20, 2017
The grants are to transform unconventional city spaces such as sidewalks, bus stops, and even laundromats into kid-friendly, playable "PLAces."
Starbucks Headed to Red Bird, Boosting Redevelopment
by | May 24, 2017
The store is part of a national initiative to open stores in at least 15 underserved communities in the U.S., and is scheduled to open in 2018.
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Innovative Use of Dallas’ Limited Space

by | May 12, 2016
Although reuse and redevelopment has been around forever, there are good examples, bad examples – and innovative examples.