Lubbock-based Parkhill, Smith & Cooper (PSC) has announced a merger with Schrickel, Rollins and Associates Inc. (SRA) of Arlington, giving PSC 10 office locations, including two in the in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex, in Arlington and Frisco.
After falling last month, Fort Worth home sales increased 1.9 percent to 1,288 homes in July 2018. The median price for Fort Worth homes increased 8.4 percent year-over-year to $229,900 in July 2018. In Tarrant County as a whole, home sales increased 3.9 percent over the previous year.
Anthracite Realty Partners LLC has partnered with MAH Properties to acquire 1400 W 7th Street from Whitley Penn. MAH Properties is owned by Mike Hernandez, owner and CEO of D&M Auto Leasing. The property was purchased for the purpose of relocating D&M Auto Leasing’s corporate headqua…
Arlington-based Bob Moore Construction has won first place in the AGC-Texas Building Branch’s Outstanding Construction Award for the Design Build 2 category for GM Financial.
CBRE has been hired to market a 5.6-acre mixed-use development site in Fort Worth on behalf of JPS Health Network | Tarrant County Hospital District.
Increased interest and development activity in North Texas has prompted Tarrant County College to place six acres of undeveloped land on the market, JLL announced today.
GREENVILLE, Texas (AP) — A new lake project to add to the North Texas water supply is progressing through the permitting process and is expected to be completed by 2025.
Pioneer Realty Capital LLC, an Arlington-based commercial mortgage intermediary and non-bank lender specializing in debt and equity transactions, has closed a $3.2 million loan to refinance and recapitalize the Summit Point Office building in Austin. The loan was negotiated and arranged with…
Frisco Station will be one of the first connected communities in the nation built from the ground up with 5G Evolution wireless technology from AT&T, developers of the 242-acre, mixed-use project announced on Aug. 9.
The company behind Reservoir and the Whiskey Garden in Fort Worth will be opening a Reservoir restaurant at the Toyota Music Factory in the space previously leased to Billy Bob Barnett.
DALLAS (AP) — A yearslong effort that included spending more than $8 million and formulating a blueprint of some 1,500 pages for how Austin uses its coveted land has ground to a halt.
To accommodate their growing client base in Far North Dallas, Fort Worth-based public accounting firm Whitley Penn has leased 13,451 square feet in Plano's Legacy West development, commercial real estate firm JLL announced Aug. 8.
Texas Live!, the new dining, entertainment and hospitality district opens this week in the Arlington Entertainment District across from Globe Life Park in Arlington.
Fort Worth-based Simpli.fi, the leader in localized programmatic advertising, has signed a lease for 77,000 square feet of office space in the Horse and Mule Barns on Mule Alley in the Fort Worth Stockyards, JLL announced Aug. 8.
Hunt Realty Investments Inc announced Aug. 8 it has closed on the purchase of the Headquarters Ranch from the estate of Bert Field, Jr. The 2,544 acre site is located on the northern edge of Frisco with significant frontage along the Dallas North Tollway, Preston Road, and Highway 380 and is…
KWA Construction has completed the first phase of construction on Arlington Commons. The upscale, urban-style apartment complex has helped spearhead the revitalization of a former neglected neighborhood along Lamar Boulevard. “This project has been extremely well-received by the Arlington Ci…
Dallas-based Sinelli Concepts International, operators of WhichWich Superior Sandwichs and Genghis Grill, has added gelato to its offerings.
A Texas Health Resources building designed and built by The Beck Group received a 2018 Merit Award winner in the health care category from the Design-Build Institute of America.
JLL on Aug. 6 announced the sale of a 37.65-acre tract in McKinney, zoned for industrial use. McKinney Industrial Park #2, located at 1650 FM 546, is adjacent to McKinney National Airport.
The Collective Outdoors will officially open its doors Aug. 11 in a grand opening at 621 South Freeway in Fort Worth. The store bills itself as “a turnkey solution for all things backyard, including hardscaping, landscaping, pools, patio design, outdoor cooking, arbors, pergolas, and more.”
Dallas-based MYCON General Contractors Inc. has acquired Pavlovich Construction Services of Grapevine to support the firm’s growth in the industrial and manufacturing sectors, the companies announced Aug. 2.
Hunt Southwest is constructing a 300,000-square-foot speculative freezer/cold storage warehouse in Carter Industrial Park in south Fort Worth with an estimated completion date of March 2019, CBRE announced Tuesday.
Marcus & Millichap on July 30 announced the sale of Tuscany, a 240-unit apartment property located in Fort Worth, according to Kyle Palmer, vice president/regional manager of the firm’s Fort Worth office.
WASHINGTON (AP) — More Americans signed contracts to purchase homes in June compared to May, but the volume of pending sales has slipped over the past year.
Sundance Square on Thursday announced it will begin marketing the Petroleum Building, a 14-story building situated on a full city block at W. Sixth Street between Houston & Throckmorton streets with approximately 117,000 square feet. Sundance Square purchased the Petroleum Building in Ja…
WASHINGTON (AP) — Sales of new U.S. homes tumbled 5.3 percent in June and the median sales price also slipped, a potentially ominous sign for the U.S. housing market.
Crescent Real Estate LLC on Tuesday marked the topping out of The Luminary in the West End Historic District and unveiled new artistic renderings of the lobby as well as the rooftop terrace.
Fort Worth-based Corinth Land Co. and Dallas-based Prattco Creekway Industrial (PCI) have acquired the Northgate Business Park located at the intersection of Miller Rd. and I-635 in the well-established North Dallas/Garland submarket. – Originally developed by Trammel Crow in 1980, the four-…
WASHINGTON (AP) — U.S. sales of existing homes fell 0.6 percent in June, the third straight monthly decline, as higher prices and a limited supply of listings have sidelined many would-be buyers.