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Southern Dallas: Land of Opportunity

Between a low cost of doing business, an abundance of land, low taxes, a business-friendly environment, location and the region’s transportation infrastructure, Southern Dallas is the next big thing. In the Dallas-Fort Worth Real Estate Review, Christine Perez moderates a panel of investors and developers helping to build momentum to bring more retail and residential.. read more →

Sneak a peek at redo concepts for Dallas’ Southwest Center mall

Retailers and real estate agents attending last month’s International Council of Shopping Centers conference in Las Vegas got a sneak peak at a major Dallas mall redo plan. Developers and investors working on redevelopment of Dallas’ Southwest Center mall and architects with Omniplan showed design concepts for the planned revamp of the southwest Dallas regional.. read more →

Dallas Mayor Pleased With Grow South Initiative’s Progress

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – It is report card time for Dallas Mayor Mike Rawlings’ Grow South initiative and while he wouldn’t call it “straight A’s”, the mayor is clearly pleased with the progress. During a briefing with reporters Tuesday, the Mayor insisted once again that Grow South is an economic development opportunity—not charity. “It’s not where poor.. read more →

Dallas Mall Owner Plans Major Redevelopment

Outside the box plans in store for Southwest Center Mall By Ben Russell The owner of the Southwest Center Mall is thinking way outside the box for a planned redevelopment of the only mall in the southern half of Dallas. “We have a pretty clear idea of who we would ideally like to have there,”.. read more →

Behind the redevelopment vision for Southwest Center Mall in South Dallas

It’s been seven months since Dallas investor Peter Brodsky acquired Southwest Center Mall in southern Dallas with the hope of redeveloping the aging mall — and now he’s taken that next step by hiring Corinth Properties to assist in the efforts. The Dallas-based retail development firm has a history of success in southern Dallas County,.. read more →

Dallas mall fixers get call to save Southwest Center Mall and redo old Red Bird

Big changes may finally be coming to Southwest Center Mall. Southwest Center Mall, located at the intersection of U.S. Highway 67 and Interstate 20, is the only mall in the southern half of Dallas, but it’s been on a decline since the early 1990s and multiple past owners gave up on the property. Large chunks.. read more →

Dead, ugly malls turned into productive real estate again by Dallas duo

Dallas real estate veterans Frank Mihalopoulos and Anthony Ruggeri have a sixth sense: they travel around the country to see what most would call dead malls. So far, Mihalopoulos and Ruggeri have gotten their hands on four dying malls in Tennessee, Pennsylvania, Georgia and Wisconsin. And they are seeing success. They talk about turning malls.. read more →

How this Dallas Investor Plans to Transform a 1M SF Mall

Northlake Mall could see a major transformation with anything from residential to medical uses under new ownership. Dallas-based mall investor Corinth Properties, a division of ATR Corinth Partners, just purchased the nearly 1M SF Northlake Mall from WP Glimcher in a package that also included a major mall in Fond du Lac, WI, for $30M, according.. read more →

Local Investment Group to Renovate Southwest Center Mall

OAK CLIFF – We may be in the beginning of fall but one North Texas area continues to spring into new life. It’s a seed that started to bloom with the much celebrated Bishop Arts District which features a unique selection of shops and restaurants. But on Friday, Oak Cliff let it be known that.. read more →

What‘s Driving DFW‘s Mixed-Use Boom? Experts Weigh In

What‘s Driving DFW‘s Mixed-Use Boom? Experts Weigh In. – After decades of urban planning that focused on segregating property types, mixed-use is emerging as the hottest development trend in North Texas. It wasn’t too long ago that “New Urbanism” was considered a fad, with most developers taking the traditional route and building standalone office, retail.. read more →