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 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."
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..."
Dallas Business Journal - Industry News | July 20, 2016 | by Bill Hethcock - "Exciting news for Denton County; this contract with First Transit promises to increase the flow of travel between Denton and Dallas counties, and could lead to greater interconnectivity between DFW and the Lewisville/Denton community..."
Bisnow - Dallas-Ft Worth | April 25, 2016 | by Catherine Meredith - "A list of America's top boomtowns named Dallas a gold mine for new home construction, job creation, and in increasing number of households...Dallas County is expected to create 40,000 new jobs this year, 4.5 times more than the average of the top 100 counties in the US."