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How COVID-19 might affect the commercial real estate market

COVID-19 has negatively impacted every industry, including the commercial real estate sector. Whether or not this industry can bounce back — and to what extent — is dependent on several factors. “COVID-19 will usher in a form of real estate Darwinism where...

source: MultiBriefs
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June brought only 180,000 square feet of new office construction to the Dallas-Fort Worth metro. According to CommercialEdge data, the Metroplex had 4.7 million square feet of office space underway, accounting for 1.8% of existing stock. Some 3.5 million square feet of that...

source: Commercial Property Executive

Brix Barbecue, which local BBQ snobs have been scarfing up since 2017, has officially accomplished the full modern-day restaurant evolution from pop-up to food truck to brick and mortar. First reported by our buddy Malcolm Mayhew...

source: Fort Worth Magazine

A year ago, at the depths of the pandemic, only the most optimistic forecaster would have called for retail recovery and even growth just a few months later. But that’s exactly where we are with the four major Texas retail markets in Austin, Dallas-Fort Worth, Houston,...

source: D Magazine

A three-story 43,729-square-foot office building, 200 Bailey Ave., recently sold to an undisclosed Fort Worth-based investor. The acquisition of this building presented a unique opportunity to purchase an office property in a market that...

source: ConnectCRE

The City of Bedford has purchased 18.5 acres on its east side with plans to develop the site as a mixed-use development along Highway 121. During a special meeting recently, Bedford City Council members unanimously approved a measure...

source: Fort Worth Business Press

One of Fort Worth’s most successful restaurateurs will open a new modern Italian eatery in a landmark 1960s skyscraper, the first major dining option at the western gateway to downtown. Grace owner Adam Jones and chef Blaine Staniford...

source: DFWI

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