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Tony Collins Art to Relocate Its HQ to Historic Downtown Kaufman Square

by | Jan 10, 2023
Tony Collins Art makes custom lighting, art, and metal work for restaurants and skyscrapers, and is known for building the rotating structure for the 1934 ExxonMobil Pegasus at the Omni Dallas Hotel. After spending years in Dallas' highly urban Cedars neighborhood, TCA is moving 34 miles southeast to Kaufman's former city hall, fire station, and senior center property. And just in the nick of time—what could become a key city attraction was slated to be a parking lot.
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Dallas Newcomer and Relocation Guide: The Insider’s Guide to Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Oct 30, 2022
Here's your guide to life in Dallas-Fort Worth. You'll find a big-picture look at communities, culture, jobs, schools, entertainment, and the great outdoors.

Discover why Dallas-Fort Worth is one of the fastest-growing regions in our digital edition.
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Anything Liquid to relocate to Fort Worth suburb from Southern California
SoCal Pharma Company Buys Mid-Cities Building to Relocate HQ, Operations to North Texas
The online pharma company specializes in liquid dietary supplement manufacturing, sales, and distribution.
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Caterpillar To Move Global Headquarters From Illinois to North Texas
by | Jun 14, 2022
CAT's move is “in the best strategic interest of the company,” said Chairman and CEO Jim Umpleby.

The heavy-machinery maker has a long history of innovation, from the first commercially successful track-type tractor to drone technology to autonomous solutions for mining trucks. Caterpillar's Electric Power division, already housed in Irving, is a unique organization supporting a variety of industries with reliable power technology.
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Bill Cawley, chairman and CEO, Cawley Partners

Cawley Partners’ CEO: ‘Dallas Is Thriving While Other Markets Continue to Lag’

by | Mar 14, 2022
While much of the office market slowed during the pandemic, Cawley Partners kept deals moving forward. CEO and Chairman Bill Cawley shares his thoughts on North Texas commercial real estate.

"If you’re not changing in today’s market, you will soon be out of the game," he says.
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Real Estate Entrepreneur Rogers Healy Launches RHA Land and Lake for ‘All Things’ Rural Texas
by | Mar 10, 2022
The pioneer in real estate social media and branding is launching his fifth company: RHA Land and Lake. Already owning the largest independent real estate firm in North Texas with a long list of celebrity clients, Healy relocates clients worldwide. Now he aims to place more people in down-to-earth rural properties across Texas, and "Texahoma" too—with a projected $50 million under contract by this spring.
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Dallas Proptech Pioneer Kyle Waldrep on the ‘Massive Opportunity’ to Drive Tech Adoption for CRE Owners
by | Mar 10, 2022
Kyle Waldrep's SaaS proptech platform Dottid sits in one of the most critical functions for a commercial real estate owner: leasing and asset management.

The future of CRE will be powered by simple tech that helps people and organizations be more efficient and quicker to action, he says. But collaboration is the key to the future in proptech.
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Here's where Dallas Fort Worth ranks for metro to metro migration, per CommericalCare research.
Dallas-Fort Worth Ranks No. 3 in the U.S. in Metro-to-Metro Migration
by | Nov 4, 2021
Dallas-Fort Worth is a big draw for Gen Zers, too.

This summer, CommercialCafe ranked DFW No. 4 among the 10 Best Metros for Generation Z.
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Mobile Infrastructure Consultancy MD7 Relocates Its Headquarters From San Diego to Allen

by | Aug 11, 2021
The move will create more than 200 new jobs and more than $6.8 million in capital investment.
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Corporate Recruitment: On the Road Again
by | Aug 5, 2021
The Dallas Regional Chamber is taking its 'Texas Two-Step' on the road, telling corporate headquarters prospects 'how business growth begins with one move to Dallas-Fort Worth.' As of mid-July, the team is tracking 115 active projects. Of those, 85 originated during the COVID-19 pandemic. Hitting the road will add fuel to the fire of recent announcements and current corporate location projects, writes DRC economic development chief Mike Rosa.
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Growing Population, Business Activity Draws Pivt App to Dallas-Fort Worth
by | Aug 2, 2021
Pivt is designed for a post-COVID world. The app enables professionals and their families who have relocated or work from anywhere to build meaningful social connections—while swapping information about their new area. The team has set up shop in Dallas-Fort Worth to launch across Texas, with 10 companies in the region using the app so far.
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Industrial Impact: Digital Logistics and Supply Chain Hubs Are Growing in Dallas
by | Jan 27, 2021
Digital logistics and supply chain hubs are big business in Dallas.
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Relocation: Lion Real Estate Group Moves HQ From LA to Dallas

by | Jan 7, 2021
Lion's co-founders said that Dallas aligns with the firm's strategy to acquire desirable multifamily assets outside of the urban core, in high-growth cities across the Sunbelt and Southeast.
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Optym's Ravi Ahuja and Vic Keller
‘There’s More Opportunity in an Emerging Market’: Florida Tech Firm Optym is Relocating to North Texas
by | May 14, 2020
Optym, which uses optimization software solutions to make the transportation industry more efficient, plans to hire around 70 at its new HQ at Cypress Waters. Also located there will be the company's newly founded VC firm.
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Digital Matrix Systems expects to occupy its new headquarters in Preston Park Towers later this year. [Photo: Preston Park Financial]
International Risk Management Solutions Firm to Relocate HQ to Plano, Plans to Hire Tech Talent
by | Apr 16, 2020
Flexibility for future growth—and a location that will help recruit tech talent—was key to Digital Matrix System's decision-making. Hiring could center on business development, software engineering, and decision science.
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PrimeVOX escude COVID-19
PrimeVox Doubles Staff, Moves Into New Frisco Offices, and Boosts Telecom Capabilities During COVID-19
by | Mar 26, 2020
CEO Luke Escude says business is up as companies working remotely during COVID-19 need more voice conferencing options.
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