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Adolfson & Peterson Construction broke ground on a $47M build-to-suit project for the world’s largest manufacturer of law enforcement video systems, WatchGuard Video. WatchGuard will relocate about three miles north of its current offices to its new corporate headquarters on Exchange Parkway and Andrews Parkway in Allen. The first of the two project phases will deliver Q1 of 2018.
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WatchGuard Video Kicks Off $47M Build-To-Suit Project In Allen

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Dan Spika, Duke Realty senior vice president Jeff Thornton, Hillwood Properties senior vice president Tony Creme, Rick Medinis, Michael Stanzel
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Dallas-Based Logistics Firm Does Second Big-Box Deal In Atlanta

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JLL Teams Up With Dallas ISD For Engineering Mentorship Program

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Comerica Bank Tower Has A New Tenant

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The 5 Spec Office Buildings Delivering In The Next Two Quarters

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Future of Uptown Dallas & Turtle Creek

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Woods of Ridgmar, a 235-unit community at 2200 Taxco Road and 2200 Ridgmar Plaza in Fort Worth
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This Week's Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet

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TKO Libations, a new local craft brewery, will open 3k SF at Castle Hills Village Shops & Plaza in Lewisville during Q2.
Jack Allen with Wellington Realty represented the tenant. Bright Realty represented the landlord. Allen said TKO searched within The Colony, Plano, Frisco, and nearby areas.
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Craft Brewery TKO Libations Coming To Lewisville

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NAI Robert Lynn principal Rick Medinis, Dalfen America Corp president Sean Dalfen, Majestic Realty SVP Al Sorrels, CBRE SVP Ryan Thornton, Lawyers Title Lathram Pou & Associates managing partner Lathram Pou, Prologis VP Jon Sorg
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Taking A Pulse On Industrial Capital

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Project REAP Works To Level The Playing Field In CRE

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Co-working concept Level Office launched new offerings to better accommodate larger businesses at its Dallas office in the Katy Building at 701 Commerce St. These suite-style offices will be the first co-working offerings of its kind in Dallas.
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Level Office Raises Its Co-Working Offerings For Bigger Companies

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Tony Creme, George Billingsley, Cory Singer, Robert Martin and Jeff Thornton
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The Risky Rewards Of Spec Industrial

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Just in time for Valentine’s Day, Dallas-based Atlantic Hotels Group opened Aloft and Element Dallas Love Field hotel at 233 West Mockingbird Lane. The dual-branded hotel anchors Highridge Partners’ 37-acre West Love development, which multifamily and 24k SF of retail.
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Love Field Opens First Hotel Since Wright Amendment Ended

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With Music Factory Nearing Completion, Irving’s Pipeline Still Looks Full

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When It Comes To Multifamily, These Are The Top 'Buy' And 'Sell' Markets

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Tarrant County has broken ground on another way to get to DFW Airport. The 27-mile TEX Rail will use existing freight tracks from downtown Fort Worth, then head northeast to North Richland Hills and Grapevine, and then into the north entrance of the airport. The $1B rail will connect with Trinity Railway Express, AMTRAK, and Fort Worth Transportation Authority's (The T) downtown bus transfer center at the downtown Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center and T&P Station.
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Approved $28M TEX Rail Commuter Station Will Connect Fort Worth To DFW Airport By 2018

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Walsh, a new 7,200-acre neighborhood under development by Republic Property Group in Fort Worth, Texas, will be the first community in the U.S. to be built from the ground up around a dedicated makerspace.

The collaborative workspace will have public access to tools and training in manufacturing for children and adults. The Makerspace at Walsh will debut with a woodshop, computer design software and 3D printers, laser cutters, robotics and an electronics lab.
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This Week's Dallas-Fort Worth Deal Sheet

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As if Spaces and WeWork were not enough to compete with local concepts, New York-based Industrious is headed to Dallas. The co-working space will lease 23k SF in One Arts Plaza later this summer. 
The co-working space with locations in New York, Boston, Nashville, Denver, Los Angeles and elsewhere will open at Billingsley’s One Arts Plaza in the Arts District. This will be the second Texas for the hospitality-focused workspace, after opening in Austin in last Fall. 
Billingsley had been looking at co-working spaces for years, partner Lucy Billingsley said in a statement. She said Industrious’ brand blended well with One Arts Plaza. The space will have between 70 and 80 private offices with 24 hour per day access. 
Individual memberships run $450 per person and all members will have access to printing, mail services, conference cervices and fiber internet.
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The Latest Player To Dallas’ Co-Working Scene Inks 23k SF At One Arts Plaza

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DFW is about to get a second skyline building named for Bank of America. Sundance Square Tower 2 at 301 Commerce Stree in Fort Worth will be renamed Bank of America Tower in Sundance Square after the financial institution inked a 68k SF lease.
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Sundance Square Tower 2 Inks New Anchor Tenant, To Rebrand

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Texas High-Speed Rail Mentioned Ahead Of Weekend Of Japanese-American Negotiations

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Elliot Prieur will join Gaedeke with the same title on Feb. 15 where he will focus on DFW acquisitions. In his 25 years in the business, Prieur assisted with the development of 2000 McKinney Avenue, Staubach Co’s headquarters in Preston Center and several Legacy developments in Plano.
Amanda Green has joined Gaedeke vice president of property management. Green has experience in corporate operations, property management and asset management.
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Gaedeke Group Hires Execs From Cushman & Wakefield And Lincoln Property

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The Swedish home goods store submitted a proposal to the city of Fort Worth for a 289k SF store on 27 acres. The store on the southwest corner of Tarrant Parkway and Interstate 35W will have 900 parking spaces.
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IKEA Makes Plans For Third DFW Store

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After Acquiring Texas Portfolio In December, CareTrust’s Earnings Report Looks Strong

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After Billion-Dollar 2016 Selling Spree, Camden Has Tons Of Cash, No Way To Spend It

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H-E-B Sells Off McKinney And Grapevine Locations From Sun Fresh Package

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Office Retrofits Tell The Story Of Uptown’s Success

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