Dallas Fort Worth Real Estate News

Sept. 4, 2019

Richardson, TX to revamp Sears building, add new restaurants to Richardson Square Mall

After sending developers back to the drawing board in early June, City Council unanimously approved a plan to revamp a portion of the former Richardson Square Mall site at Plano and Belt Line roads. 

Lease negotiations are underway with Chipotle, Jason’s Deli, Jersey Mike’s Subs, Starbucks, Blaze Pizza, Aspen ...

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Aug. 12, 2019

Rowlett announces new deal to restart stalled development with Crystal Lagoon along Lake Ray Hubbard

After resolving some of the development issues with a previous contractor, the city of Rowlett is ready to restart some of the development of their new Lagoon!

Aug. 5, 2019

Richardson Ready to Redo Its Historic Downtown District, calling it "the Core District"

One of Dallas' first northern suburbs is launching a rebirth of its historic downtown district.

 

While old downtown areas in Plano, McKinney, Frisco, and other Collin County cities north of Dallas have already gotten a redo, the original business district in Richardson has lagged.

 

That's about to ...

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July 17, 2019

Texas Instruments to build $3.1 billion chip plant, create nearly 500 jobs in Richardson, TX [Transcriptions]

Is Texas Instruments about to spend three-plus billion dollars in Richardson? There are a lot of questions right now on this new Texas Instruments plant that is likely to end up in Richardson after they shopped around the country looking for a place to do it. So TI is going ...

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July 17, 2019

PGA of America Headquarters Moves to Frisco, TX | DFW Real Estate News [Transcriptions]

PGA is moving their headquarters here, but what does it mean for us? We'll get into it.

The PGA is moving their headquarters to Frisco, but what does this mean for our market? The answer is it means good things. If we sound like a broken record ...

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July 5, 2019

Frisco's 2,500-acre Fields development will have a new city center and thousands of homes

Frisco officials have gotten a first look at plans for the city's biggest pending development, the more than 2,500-acre Fields development on the Dallas North Tollway.