Posts Tagged ‘The Real Estate Council’

TREC Announces Finalists for Dallas Catalyst Project

Posted by Bill San Antonio

On November 14, members of The Real Estate Council will vote for one of three projects recently selected as finalists for the Dallas Catalyst Project. The winning project will receive $1 million in grants from The Real Estate Council Foundation

TREC Shark Tank Finalists Hook Investments for Real Estate Projects

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Millions of dollars, new jobs, housing, and health care are all coming to South Dallas thanks to The Real Estate Council Shark Tank event Thursday night at Gilley’s Dallas.

Modeled after the hit ABC show Shark Tank, three real …

On Tap: Lone Star Film Festival, KERNEL Live! & Dallas Bike Ride

Posted by Dallas Innovates

North Texas is a big place, with plenty to do, see, hear, and watch. So, we scour the internet every week to find events and activities for you. As always, events may change at any time, so check the event …

The Park Effect: How Klyde Warren Park Altered the Face of Downtown

Posted by Kerry Curry

At just 5 years old, Klyde Warren Park gets plenty of credit for the transformation that has occurred around its edges — new commercial and residential development, rising rents and property values, and a growing fan base that flocks to

TREC Announces 3 Finalists for its First Shark Tank Focused on South Dallas Projects

Posted by Lance Murray

The Real Estate Council has released the names of finalists who will make pitches for funding in the organization’s first TREC Shark Tank.

Presented by Nexbank, the finalists will pitch their projects to redevelop parcels within the city of Dallas’ …

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

Posted by Lance Murray

The Real Estate Council has put out a call for entrants for its first-ever Shark Tank-style competition.

TREC is seeking real estate projects aimed at driving economic development in Southern Dallas within the footprint of the GrowSouth Initiative.

Here’s …

Planning to the People:
How CityMap Democratized Urban Design

Posted by Dave Moore

It’s been 60 years since President Dwight Eisenhower launched an interstate highway system that connected cities while bisecting neighborhoods across the country. These highways have encircled downtowns across America for decades, providing a means of escape or entry for cars

High-Speed Rail Could Transform Dallas’ Urban Core

Posted by Lance Murray

Proponents of the proposed high-speed rail project that would turn a trip from Dallas to Houston into a scenic, 90-minute ride believe the project could help developers “build the newest part of downtown,” that could change the way people perceive …

Co-op Brings Fresh Food, Business Incubator to Oak Cliff

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

Fresh juices, vegetables, and other healthy food options abound at the new Recipe Oak Cliff co-op near the Dallas Zoo, the Dallas Business Journal reported. 

Founder Tisha Crear started the concept to give the area something other than the usual …

Five Hospitality Innovations Today’s Developers Must Embrace

Posted by Dupree Scovell

Presented by The Real Estate Council (TREC).


Woodbine Development Corporation has survived a few cycles since our founding in 1973 (eight to be exact, but who’s counting?), and while many things have changed in hospitality and the commercial real estate …