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The City of Dallas is reshaping its urban landscape with ForwardDallas, involving community input to promote livability, sustainability, and economic vitality.
DFW's housing market surged in January with a 14.2% increase in existing home sales from the previous year, ranking it second in the nation for growth as it heads into spring.
Rodeo Goat plans to open a new burger restaurant in Addison, Texas with a $400,000 renovation of a 6,300 sq ft space, set to begin construction in June 2024.
The Loews Arlington Hotel has opened in the Arlington Entertainment District, offering luxury accommodations, a full-service spa, and extensive meeting space.
Austin and Dallas-Fort Worth are projected to lead the U.S. housing market in 2024, with high demand and rising prices driven by corporate relocations and job growth.
The Fields West development in Frisco, Texas, will see construction begin in summer 2023, including office buildings and parking garages, with completion expected by June 2026.
Hareli Fresh Market is expanding to Prosper, Texas, with a new 23,000 square foot location catering to diverse tastes at the Pradera development, set to open by December 2025.
A new Whole Foods Market is part of the West Grove mixed-use development in McKinney, Texas, with an expected completion in early 2025 and a project cost of $8.5 million.
Omni Vision Dallas set to transform a former hotel into modern apartments in Dallas, investing $5 million for the renovation with a 2025 completion target.
The new Loews Arlington Hotel, boasting 888 rooms and extensive amenities, has opened in Arlington's Entertainment District, near Globe Life Field, with a grand event attended by city officials and Loews executives.
The Gabriella apartment tower in Dallas has been foreclosed on by lenders after developer Greystar defaulted on loans. The property was acquired for $80 million at auction by Areeif Lender W LLC.
Dallas' NorthEnd development is set to begin constructing an urban park in 2025, with a mixed-use area and an 800,000-square-foot building, aiming for completion by October 2026.
Children's Health and UT Southwestern Medical Center will create a $5 billion pediatric health campus in Dallas to accommodate the region's growing pediatric care needs.