Week in review: Real estate news was focused on new office projects

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Uptown Dallas

Uptown Dallas is one of the neighborhoods that gives Dallas its metropolitan feel and, as such, has earned a reputation as one of the more “high-brow” and trendy areas of town. Located just north of downtown Dallas and east of Oaklawn, Uptown is a popular place for young professionals to both live and play. As far as rental and residential solutions, there are a number of high-rises, townhomes, and apartments that cover the area. The State Thomas and West Village areas combine city living with street level retail to give residents a true urban living experience. This city style living comes at a cost, though, and makes Uptown one of the most expensive areas in Dallas to rent or buy. Most of the development in the area is relatively new, having been built within the past 10 to 20 years, and new developments are popping up every day. Make no mistake, real estate prices in Uptown are only headed up. Cape Cod Estate of Former Toy Executive Hits the Auction Block

A Dallas estate asks $24.9 million; A large Texas ranch formerly asking $44 million heads to auction; A Las Vegas home drops its price by 30% to $9.9 million, and a Cape Cod estate listed at $12.5 million hits the auction block. Candace Jackson has
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Prime Rail Interests makes land grab in suddenly hot South Dallas

Now, it also may be the site of this year's biggest commercial land deal in North Texas. A Colleyville-based real estate, investment and development company known as Prime Rail Interests LLC has purchased 377 acres of land on Pleasant Run Road
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Texas Real Estate Investors Circle (Dallas, TX) – Meetup

We are a group of seasoned and new real estate investors interested in meeting, learning, sharing, and networking with one another in order to achieve optimal

Dallas Area Multifamily Complex Trades for $52.5M

M&A Real Estate Partners completed its sale of a 464-unit apartment complex in the Dallas, TX, suburb of Richardson for $52.5 million or $113,147 per unit. Pure Multi-Family REIT, a Vancouver, Canada-based investor of U.S. multifamily assets, was the
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Week in review: Real estate news was focused on new office projects

This week it's the office market's turn with two big Dallas-area projects in the works. Crescent Real Estate and Craig Hall's new office tower deals couldn't be more different. Crescent's Uptown development is an urban mixed-use project that will be
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