Blog: Starwood estate was mistress's hideaway

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Oak Lawn a Dallas neighborhood positioned just north of Victory Park and nestled between Turtle Creek and the Dallas North Tollway. Just minutes north of Downtown, Oak Lawn provides more affordable living options than the neighboring Uptown. Oak Lawn is known for its artsy flare in otherwise conservative surroundings. REIT Likened to a Ponzi Scheme

DALLAS (CN) – One of Behringer Harvard's real estate investment trusts operates like a Ponzi scheme, while its directors drain millions from it in fees, an investor claims in a federal class action. Named plaintiff Lillian Hohenstein sued the Addison,
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T5 opens new data center in Plano's Legacy Business Park

T5 developed the data center in partnership with Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. Dallas is a booming market for server-ready data center services, especially for customers looking for facilities in technology-based business centers, such as the
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Dallas Property Owners Eye Tax Assessments

Commercial real estate owners in Dallas County, Texas, have had a pretty fair go of it over the past few years in spite of market instability that has rattled the rest of the nation, but now it's time for property valuations for tax purposes and owners
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OHL Renews, Expands Space for 591 KSF in South Dallas

The company first moved into Pinnacle Park in 2001 with only 81,250 square feet, Huntington told Commercial Property Executive. Their current operations, she said, encompass the entirety of one building and parts of two others there. In addition
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Blog: Starwood estate was mistress's hideaway

Real estate blog Curbed.com reported earlier this week that former presidential candidate John Edwards' pregnant mistress Rielle Hunter hid out during the 2008 presidential race in a 14,000-square-foot stone Starwood mansion designed by architect
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