Everything you wanted to know about the Urban Core, Uptown and Downtown Dallas, Texas & Dallas Ft. Worth Area Real Estate - Its growth, prosperity, setbacks and unprecedented revitalization is told here...Randall Turner of Harvard Companies, Inc 214-373-0007, 3500 Oak Lawn Avenue, Suite 325, Dallas, Texas 75219
Thursday, December 15, 2016
Inside DFW's Top 20 Deals Impacting DFW's Real Estate Market
"We have been identifying companies that we think are in high cost locations, experiencing an executive change or operating throughout the nation that want to be in a central location," Rosa added.
Before the Dallas Cowboys season got underway, the team trained in California bringing high-level executives from Texas to the West Coast and opportunities for Lone Star executives to share their experiences with their coastal counterparts.
The setting was perfect for recruiting, said Rosa, who said he tries to make the Cowboys training camp when he's traveling through California at the appropriate time.
Putting a major operations center or hub within a bigger mixed-use development became so popular, financial giant JP Morgan Chase followed suit with plans to immediately build a regional operations center to house half of its 12,000 North Texas employees in the $3.2 billion Legacy West.
Even though corporate relocations and expansions played a big role in the rise of real estate in North Texas, the region was also impacted by longtime projects taking big strides in 2016.
Those projects range from national recognition from U.S. Soccer for Toyota Stadium to house the National Hall of Fame Museum in Frisco to a longtime Dallas resident making a major contribution that will help the City of Dallas get a city-changing Trinity River project underway.