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New warehouse tenant headed to Mercer Business Park near LBJ Freeway

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1:15 pm on May 15, 2014

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On Friday developer Billingssley Co. is breaking ground on a new office headquarters for security firm Monitronics Inc. in its Mercer Business Park in northwest Dallas.

Reliable Automatic Sprinkler Co. has rented almost 91,000 square-feet of warehouse space in a new industrial building that Billingsley is developing in the 225-acre business park.

“Timing and terms worked out for our new building just down the street from them at Mercer Business Park.”
The new 340,000-square-foot building is near the northwest corner of LBJ Freeway and Interstate 35E and will be ready in early 2015.
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Billingsley to Develop New Monitronics Offices in Mercer Business Park

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03/20/2014 04:11:00 am

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Residential security provider Monitronics International Inc. has selected Billingsley Company, a Dallas-based land development and property management firm, to develop its new corporate campus at Mercer Business Park in Farmers Branch. Dallas firm Good Fulton & Farrell is the architect on the project, which is slated for completion by summer 2015.
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Port Logistics Realty to Build 531-Acre Industrial Park in South Dallas

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05/20/2014 11:39:00 am

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Demand for large spaces for distribution centers and fulfillment centers is soaring. CBRE, the real estate firm in charge of leasing for the park, has seen the space needs of larger tenants grow from 600,000 square feet to 1 million square feet in the past year, according to sources.

In total, more than 9 million square feet of buildings dare planned in the development, which sits between Union Pacific Railroad’s intermodal hub and a FedEx Ground shipping depot. The proximity to the FedEx facility is seen as a huge draw for e-commerce firms.
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Site plan, renderings offer glimpse of what’s to come for Dallas Cowboys development

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9:10 am on April 1, 2014

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O’Brien Architects is handling the private development on the remainder of the property. Officials there have spent most of their time so far on the focal point for the project – the retail and restaurants in red that will be located south of the stadium entrance. What’s being tentatively called Cowboy Alley is a pedestrian-friendly area where people can sit out on a patio and enjoy a meal or watch the latest Cowboys game on multiple big-screen TVs.

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Developers to Build 1,000 Apartments Near Trinity Groves in West Dallas

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NORTH TX - Local real estate developers and former Dallas Cowboys Robert Shaw and Roger Staubach have joined their Dallas-based Columbus Realty Partners with Trinity Groves LLC in announcing plans to build 1,000 apartments and commercial space near Trinity Groves. Just across from Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge in West Dallas, Trinity Groves is a 15-acre restaurant, retail, artist and entertainment complex.

In the first phase of the estimated $100 million project, 250 to 300 apartments and ground-floor space for retail, dining and other will be built across Singleton from Trinity Groves.
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Developer Planning to Build $20M Distribution Center in South Dallas

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01/09/2014 05:20:00 am

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NORTH TX - First Industrial Texas LP, an affiliate company of First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. of Chicago, is in the early planning stages for the construction of a $20 million two-building distribution complex in South Dallas.
Located south of Interstate 30 in Pinnacle Park, the property for the future development sits at the corner of Cockrell Hill Road and West Davis Street. Plans call for a development of 598,139 square feet, including a 221,714 square foot front-load building as well as a 376,424 square foot warehouse.
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New warehouse project coming to Pinnacle Park in West Dallas

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10:20 am on May 14, 2014

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Developers have broken ground on a 2-building industrial complex just west of downtown Dallas.
First Industrial Realty Trust Inc. said Wednesday that it’s building the building 598,000 square-foot warehouse development on a 49-acre site at 1241 N. Cockrell Hill Rd. just south of Interstate-30.

The buildings are scheduled to be ready in late 2014.
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Whole Foods store and more retail headed to Richardson’s CityLine development

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3:13 pm on May 12, 2014

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Plans are moving ahead for a new shopping center at the big CityLine development in Richardson.

Real estate brokers say that grocer Whole Foods Market has agreed to anchor the new retail complex planned for the northeast corner of Renner and Plano roads.

The 17-acre shopping center is just a stone’s throw from where developer KDC is building State Farm Insurance’s huge regional campus at Plano Road and Bush Turnpike.

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Cosmetics firm L’Oreal opening new Dallas regional distribution hub

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8:34 am on May 7, 2014


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The 513,000-square-foot L’Oreal Dallas Distribution Logistics Center is on Dallas Avenue and Telephone Road,
south of Interstate 20. The $17.5 million indsutrial project has been in the works for more than a year.
It’s just one of a handful of major distribution buildings under construction in the I-20 corridor.
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$500 million urban village in Frisco will offer variety of housing

STEVE BROWN Real Estate Editor
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Published: 05 May 2014 09:48 PM
Updated: 07 May 2014 09:43 AM

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“We wanted this community to be developed with new urbanism, so it doesn’t look like a traditional suburban subdivision,” said Charter Holdings CEO Ray Washburne said Monday. “Since it is all coming up at once, it will be incredible.”
The first phase will include 365 apartments by builder StreetLights Residential. The developer is doing a combination of flats and townhouse-style rental units.
Almost 1,100 apartments are ultimately planned in what will be StreetLights’ first suburban Dallas project. The company has apartments in Uptown and downtown Dallas.
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April 15, 2014

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Cassco Development has broken ground on 392 apartments, the first multifamily phase in the 270-acre project fronting the Trinity River in west Fort Worth, Cassco said.

The first phase includes townhomes, “urban efficiencies,” lofts, and 35,000 square feet of retail space in six to eight buildings connected by walkways and other features in the development’s northwest quadrant off of Bryant Irvin Road and a block from the river. The multifamily will be on Clearfork Main Street and adjacent to the Forest Park Medical Center, which is nearing completion.

Cassco plans to begin pre-leasing in the first quarter next year, with opening in the second quarter, Paxton Motheral, Cassco vice president, said in an interview Tuesday.
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Trammell Crow Residential starts work on Oak Cliff apartments with Dallas skyline view

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12:29 pm on July 31, 2013

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The project on the banks of the Trinity River will have a front row view of the downtown Dallas skyline.
The 166-unit rental complex is under construction on Greenbriar Lane between Zang Boulevard and Beckley Avenue.

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So much to take in all at once!
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The amount of logistics and warehouse space going up is probably what is most underreated in DFW right now. Lots of company moving these types of operations to DFW, whether it be one of the airports or along I-20 or I-45. Huge job growth sector for the area.
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Wow! Nice to see all these new developments that usually go unnoticed.
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News on the Cliffview Apartments:

More trendy apartments planned for West Dallas

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Posted on May 28, 2014 at 6:58 PM
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DALLAS — "Large Marge" is really rolling now.
The iconic Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge spanning the Trinity River continues to open economic development in West Dallas, energizing that once-stagnant neighborhood.
On Wednesday, the Dallas City Council approved a $4.6 million subsidy for the latest addition to the neighborhood, a 320-unit apartment complex called Cliff View.
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Knox apartments to open soon:

More apartments in the works for Dallas’ Knox Street neighborhood

STEVE BROWN Real Estate Editor
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Published: 14 January 2013 03:18 PM
Updated: 14 January 2013 09:44 PM

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Dallas-based apartment builder Mill Creek Residential Trust is teaming up with the largest property owner in Dallas’ Knox Street district to build a rental community.
The apartment project will be on North Central Expressway at Hester Street and will replace a rental building that was there when the freeway opened.
“It will be 208 units, and the first units will be delivered in the first quarter of 2014,” said Mill Creek senior managing director Darren Schackman. “We are excited about the location.”
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TDI, Matthews Southwest team up on South Side luxury living project

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May 31, 2014, 7:31pm CDT

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The joint venture between TDI and Dallas-based Matthews Southwest began construction on the four-story, 290-unit luxury apartment building at 1210 South Lamar St., which will cater to residents seeking walking proximity to restaurant and entertainment venues.

The project includes one- and two-bedroom apartments, as well as live-work residences and efficiencies designed for artists and other smaller service businesses that could benefit from pedestrian traffic along South Lamar Street, said Matt Brendel, vice president and development partner for TDI's central region.
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Construction to start early next year on urban village near new Toyota HQ

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5:54 am on June 3, 2014

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“We’ve put our development plan on the highest accelerated schedule,” said developer Fehmi Karahan. “We are trying to get the plans drawn and get moving.”

Karahan said the developers hope to break ground right after the first of the year on the first section of the new project, which will have retail space fronting on public plaza areas and apartments on the floors above.

The high-density development would be similar to what Karahan and Columbus Realty have done on the east side of the tollway in Legacy Town Center.


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Coveted Chase-owned site in Uptown sells to Trammell Crow Co. for new project

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One of Uptown Dallas' most attractive development sites has sold to Trammell Crow Co., which has early plans to build a high-profile tower on the tract.
The Dallas Central Appraisal District valued the property at 2101 N. Pearl St. at $7.1 million, but the land has risen in value in the past few years with the addition of
the 5.2-acre Klyde Warren Park. Real estate sources estimated it landed on the market for $200 per square foot.
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