Dallas News - Business-Real Estate | July 6, 2017 | Steve Brown - Despite the explosive growth of apartment building in the DFW metroplex, rents continue to steadily increase. While the rent growth percentages of neighborhoods with a higher number of new apartments being built are more modest than others, analysts predict that DFW rents overall will continue to stay ahead of last year.
Dallas News - Business-Real Estate | May 25, 2017 | Jill Cowan - Texas suburbs continue to experience rapid growth; people are flocking to Texas due to lower cost of living and a thriving job market. The top second and third cities on the list of fastest-growing cities is none other than Frisco and McKinney.
Dallas News - Business-Real Estate | April 20, 2017 | Steve Brown - "International health care company AmerisourceBergen is breaking ground Thursday on its new regional headquarters in Carrollton...The 30-acre Austin Ranch campus will house 3,000 workers when it opens up next year."
Dallas Morning News - Business | March 28, 2017 | Steve Brown - "Property investors and developers are all about the urban experience and making cities more friendly to business and residents...[Hugh Kelly] doesn't think that what's happening in new suburban boomtowns like Legacy West in Plano and CityLine in Richardson detracts from central Dallas...That growth will be an opportunity and a challenge for Dallas and other big cities."
D Magazine - Commercial Real Estate | February 24, 2017 | by Peggy Daly - An uptick in the North Texas job market has led to a population boom in the DFW area, perhaps surprisingly including in-town multifamily housing developments. This article discusses how the appeal of "walkable, urban environments" and the growing trend of "reverse commuting" has contributed to the increase in popularity for in-town multifamily living.
CultureMap Dallas - Real Estate | January 5, 2017 | by Arden Ward - A new report from Texas Association of Realtors shows that Texas ranks as 2nd in the country to relocation activity in 2015, due to many job opportunities and a good quality of life. The report also shows that of the metro areas in the state, the DFW area experienced the most new out-so-state residents.
Dallas Morning News - Business | December 2, 2016 | by Steve Brown - "For the last few years, the $1.5 billion CityLine project has been one of the biggest building projects in the country. Just because State Farm Insurance's centerpiece office campus is finished, that doesn't mean the work at CityLine is slowing down..."
BloombergView | November 21, 2016 | Justin Fox - "In the early days of the current economic expansion, Texas led the way. That stopped being true a couple of years ago...But the state is still creating jobs -- and it's creating most of them in its biggest metropolitan area, Dallas-Fort Worth...There are only four states (California, Texas, Florida and New York) that have added more jobs since February 2010 than metro Dallas's 661,000. Dallas has also added jobs at a faster pace than any of the nation's other 15 largest metropolitan areas (the Dallas area is the fourth largest, with an estimated 7.1 million people as of July 1, 2015)."
Bisnow – Dallas-Ft. Worth Real Estate News | August 24, 2016 | by Julia Branch - "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, 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 the Fort Worth Transportation Authority's (The T) Downtown bus transfer center at the Downtown Fort Worth Intermodal Transportation Center and T&P Station..."
Dallas Business Journal - Industry News | August 18, 2016 | by Paul Wedding - "Approximately 320,000 new apartment units are expected to hit the housing market this year, and more than 7 percent of those units are going to pop up in the Dallas metroplex...Dallas is even beating out New York and Los Angeles in terms of apartment growth, who have a projected increase of 21,177 and 20,205 apartment units, respectively..."