CRE News For Your Afternoon, 2.27.2015

New Dallas tower on the rise, East Downtown Houston sees a huge investment, Lake Ray Hubbard Park sold to developers; Here are the headlines for February 27th, 2015:

Temple lures shops, apartments with incentives; details not disclosedAustin Business Journal

Travis County considers options for prime downtown land parcels, Austin Business Journal

Galleria towers under contract to Florida investor, Dallas Business Journal

Dallas sells Lake Ray Hubbard park for $31.8MDallas Business Journal

Cushman & Wakefield sale could bring new player into DFW market, Dallas Business Journal

JLL exec: DFW’s industrial market ‘hot as a pistol’, Dallas Business Journal

Granite Properties to double the size of Granite Park with 3 new towers, Dallas Business Journal 

Vaughn Miller buys $28M real estate portfolio, Dallas Business Journal

Developers to start $100 million tower in the Dallas Arts District, Dallas Business Journal

Stream Expands to Fort WorthGlobeSt

Details emerge on first luxury condo high-rise in The Woodlands, Houston Business Journal 

Activist investor urges the sale of Stewart Information, Houston Chronicle

Slow-to-develop northeast side showing signs of speeding up, Houston Chronicle

Austin Industrial Market’s Fourth Quarter Rebound, Texas A&M University Real Estate Center

Sale-Leaseback Trend Still On The Rise, RCAnalytics 

Houston highway improvements set for approval by Texas officials, Houston Business Journal

City, business leaders call for new Richmond Avenue management district, Houston Business Journal

New 12-story luxury tower with restaurants aims to shake up stadium land, Houston Culture Map