What the Redevelopment of Downtown’s Last Vacant Building Means for Downtown

By the end of 2020, Downtown Dallas will no longer have a single major vacant building. Kourtny Garrett, Downtown Dallas Inc. In the late 1990s, when attention of the public and private sectors turned back to Downtown with a loud call for revitalization, predicated on the fact that the city as a whole would not […]

How To Use The New Tax Laws To Leverage Your Development

hen Texas State Sen. Paul Bettencourt took his seat at the panel focused on tax laws, he did so having finally achieved a long-sought success: property tax reform. “We were chasing New Jersey to be the highest tax rate in the nation. We decided to pull out and let Illinois and New Jersey stay Nos. […]

Commercial Real Estate Executives Report Stable Market Conditions for Q3

WASHINGTON, Aug. 16, 2019,/PRNewswire/ — Commercial real estate industry leaders continue to see balanced and stable economic market conditions, according to The Real Estate Roundtable’s 2019 Q3 Sentiment Index released today. “As our Q3 Index shows, industry executives are entering the second half of the year with confidence in stable market fundamentals, supported by a […]

Retail Site Selection Depends On Understanding Key Factors On Micro- And Macro-Levels

a tenant representative, I am often charged with representing local, regional, and national retail brands in search of their next locations. Finding the right site extends beyond the physical space and an “open” sign in the window. In fact, it extends beyond the streets that lead to the storefront – it involves the co-tenants and […]