The property is located at the southwest intersection of Montgomery Boulevard and US 75.
ALLEN, TX—The last remaining development site with freeway access in Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm has hit the market. The approximately 7.69-acre property is located at the southwest intersection of Montgomery Boulevard and US 75, at the southern end of Watters Creek.
The property is zoned mixed use and being offered for sale by a partnership between PCCP and Trademark Property Company. Chris Harden, Ryan Duffie and Kyle Vinson of Cushman & Wakefield are working with Kevin McGlaun of M4 Realty Advisors to market the property. The acreage is being offered to qualified investors and developers on an unpriced basis.
“It’s being sold as contiguous acreage but the seller will consider subdividing based ...Read More
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A North Texas sheriff’s office is warning people about counterfeit cash circulating through the area.
The Parker County Sheriff’s Office reports people are using fake bills at stores and businesses in Parker and Palo Pinto counties.
The $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills look like real cash, but have the words “for motion picture purposes” printed clearly on the front.
But business employees say they didn’t spot the markings until after transactions were complete.
Business owners are being told to carefully check customer’s cash during sales and invest in counterfeit detection markers to avoid losses.Read More
Robert Shaw, Roger Staubach, Jerry Jones, Charlotte Jones Anderson, Stephen Jones
If you live in North Texas, you pretty much worship the Dallas Cowboys, and the team’s most famous quarterback, Roger Staubach.
Starting next year, Cowboys fans can live right next door to their dream team’s 91 acre world headquarters and practice facility in Frisco, Texas, about 28 miles north of Dallas. Even better news: the $62.5 million project is being developed through a joint venture with Roger Staubach, one of the most famous players in football history, Cowboys current owner Jerry Jones, and former Cowboys center Robert Shaw, a Dallas-based developer.
“At the Hall of Fame, the most asked about, most inquired about player or coach or individual that has ever been in the Hall of Fame is our own Roger S...Read More
Brokers (from left) Hinkley, Armstrong, Terry, Dowdle, Littlejohn, and Ankenbrand appear regularly on D CEO’s Power Brokers list, which recognizes the top 20 percent of producers at a given firm. Photo by Shane Kislack.
Last week, D CEO held its third annual Women’s Leadership Symposium. While listening to the 11 female speakers talk about creating more gender equality in North Texas, many people in the audience—including myself—were taking notes. Most of my notes could be boiled down into single sentences or phrases. Gather your squad. Lean in. Speak up. Be the change. Those one-liners get shared, retweeted, printed on glittery T-shirts, and made into hashtags. These messages are important and—if the enthusiasm of our audience was any measure—they are working.
Though, if I’ve learned anyt...Read More
, two garden-style apartment communities in Garland, Texas. The multifamily properties are undergoing significant renovations and will cater to residents looking to live near Bayside, the $1 billion master-planned, resort-style development along the shore of Lake Ray Hubbard. Once complete, Bayside will feature upscale restaurants, retail, beachfront recreational activities, office space, and Texas’ first Crystal Lagoon, an eight-acre manmade pool with clear turquoise water.
Led by Managing Director Alex Inman, Walker & Dunlop secured two bridge loans from a regional bank on behalf of the owner, Madera Residential. The financing will allow the owner to execute their business plan of repositioning both multifamily communities...Read More
Ebby Halliday Realtors will be acquired by Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices of America, the Dallas-based real estate firm announced May 21.
HomeServices CEO Ron Peltier delivered the news to 1,700 agents at a meeting inside The Star in Frisco and assured them that nothing would change — except that their parent now was a rich guy named Warren Buffet.
Ebby Halliday Realtors is the 12th largest independent brokerage firm in the United States and the largest indie in North Texas. The sale includes Ebby’s three brands: Ebby Halliday Realtors, Fort Worth-based Williams Trew Real Estate, and Dave Perry-Miller Real Estate, as well as the company’s affiliated mortgage and title companies.
The firm was founded by a beloved icon, Ebby Halliday Acres, who lived until the age of 104, working nearly eve...Read More
Construction has kicked off on one of North Dallas’ biggest business campus makeovers.
GlenStar Properties and USAA Real Estate had spent more than a year working on plans for the reboot of the 14-acre Energy Square complex at North Central Expressway and University Drive.
The 4-building office and retail complex is getting a more than $50 million redo that won’t be finished until the second half of 2019.
The project includes restoration of the landmark Meadows Building, one of Dallas’ first "suburban" office towers.
"The construction barricades went up two weeks away and we are well underway on the work," said GlenStar principal Matthew Omundson, giving a tour as workers were busy disassembling a huge wooden pergola to make way for construction.
The redevelopment will include demo...Read More
Law360 (May 8, 2018, 9:55 PM EDT) — Surety and insurance provider The Guarantee Co. of North America USA slapped a Houston-area construction firm with a lawsuit in Texas federal court Tuesday, claiming it owes millions of dollars after failing to meet certain obligations under bonds associated with a residential building project.
GCNA accused Nations Construction Management Inc. and officer John Czapski of ignoring requests for repayment and collateral in relation to 2012 payment and performance bonds for the construction of an apartment and townhouse complex in the Dallas-Fort Worth metropolitan area.
GCNA says…Read More
DALLAS — Juice-BX, a provider of charging stations for phones and other smart devices, announced new partnerships with DFW Excellerator and North Texas Amusement.
DFW Excellerator (Dallas, TX) is a consulting firm that fosters international growth and access to global capital. North Texas Amusement (Ft. Worth, TX) is a vending and distribution company that provides turnkey solutions for small businesses and large multinational companies.
"DFW Excellerator and North Texas Amusement are instrumental to our current product development efforts as well as our strategic growth plans," said Juice-BX chief executive Robert Brevelle. "DFW Excellerator is assisting in the vetting of suppliers and manufacturing capabilities in China...Read More