tamtagon wrote:wouldn't it be something if North Texas hit the 8,000,000 mark in 2020?!?!
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DPatel304 wrote:^Thanks for putting that into perspective. If 2017 Bay area still (slightly) lags behind 2017 DFW, then Austin has no chance.
itsjrd1964 wrote:Frisco's troubled Wade Park is back on the foreclosure list
This is getting to be almost as bad as a drinking game....
https://www.dallasnews.com/business/rea ... osure-list
Cbdallas wrote:Right still no West Village area condo tower options. I really think a nicely situated condo tower somewhere in that vicinity would sell. I would be ready to buy one.
Real-talk though, the unwillingness of US transit operators to look overseas for best practices (real, operational best practices, not these kind of gimmicks) is a significant part of the reason why US transit provision is so bad.
Tivo_Kenevil wrote:"An old high-rise in Dallas' booming Design District is getting a major makeover"
Booming? How so? Virgin Hotel... nothing else much. Does anybody know what Dunhill partners is doing? Are they sitting until the Trinity River Park materializes?