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Dallas Nonprofit Bold Idea Names 2 North Texas Students for Its Inaugural Bold & Bright Awards

by | Jun 7, 2023
The award recognizes outstanding Bold Idea students who received hands-on learning and mentoring from volunteer industry professionals from top Dallas-area tech companies. The award winners showed advanced computer science skills, built creative coding projects, and have big goals. See who won—and why one could make the FBI happy.
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Richardson’s Massive Four-Tower CityLine Office Development Is Up for Sale
by | May 24, 2023
At nearly 2.3 million-square-feet of space, the high-rise development is one of the largest corporate campuses in Dallas-Fort Worth. It last sold in 2016 for more than $800 million.
Real Estate, Construction Firm Suffolk Hires Industry Veteran as VP of Preconstruction
by | Feb 10, 2023

Gary Gunter has been hired by Suffolk, a real estate and construction enterprise that’s been lauded for its tech adoption, as vice president of preconstruction for the South Central Region, which includes Dallas-Fort Worth....

Renderings from left: Frisco Station, Cypress Waters, CityLine
Evolutionary Vision: Leaders of Top North Texas Mixed-Use Developments Reveal What It Takes to Mark Success Across Decades
by | Feb 21, 2022
Robert Folzenlogen, Lucy Billingsley, and Michael Alost tell us what it takes to build a future-proof place for people and companies.

Their mixed-use developments—Frisco Station, Cypress Waters, and CityLIne—each started with a bold vision. A great location and North Texas' "transactional efficiency" didn't hurt. 

Meet the Finalists for Tech Titans’ 20th Annual Awards Gala

The Roaring Twenties-themed virtual event will be a live, cinematic experience complete with a "Speakeasy Party To Go" feature for at-home watch parties. See who could take home an award.
Where ‘Big D’ Stands for Digital
by | Jan 17, 2018
Dallas’ economy is powered by app and software development.
Comeback of the Corridor: The Rousing Revival of Richardson
by | May 30, 2017
The telecom bust of nearly 20 years ago rattled Richardson. Go there now and you’ll find a city in midst of an awakening built on redevelopment, marketing, perseverance, and a revised real estate tool box.

CityLine: A Multifamily Home Run

by | Jan 1, 2016

Thousands of workers will converge upon CityLine when State Farm and Raytheon move into their new office buildings in 2015. Some will have just a short walk to work, with residential options conveniently located on site.

Construction will begin in early August on the first of two planned luxury apartment communities....

Raytheon's new campus will be secured by a 6-foot fence and have 24-hour manned guard shacks at all three entrances.
Raytheon at CityLine: Creating a High-tech Command Center
by | Jan 1, 2016

Raytheon isn’t one to move around a lot. In fact, its current Jupiter Road complex in Garland, which houses its Intelligence, Information and Services (IIS) operations, dates back to the 1950s....

CityLine Plaza: The focal point of the initial phase will be CityLine Plaza, a centrally located urban plaza designed by the Office of James Burnett, the landscape architect of Dallas’ Klyde Warren Park. The natural looking landscaped plaza will offer open space for outdoor concerts and festivals, shaded gathering spots for meetings or meals and walkways for pedestrian experiences.
CityLine: A Place to Walk About
by | Jan 1, 2016

Most cities grow in random fashion, evolving bit by bit over time. Imagine having the opportunity to design a community for more than 16,000 people—from scratch....

State Farm at CityLine: Kind of a Big Deal
by | Jan 1, 2016

In April of 2012, execs from State Farm got in touch with their longtime North Texas real estate brokers, Randy Cooper and Craig Wilson of Cassidy Turley, to talk about a top-secret expansion the company was considering....