R1070 wrote:Yes, but I saw a sign there that said the entrance was closed temporarily. Hmm...
I really want to see this one go up as well as the one next to the Museum Tower. I hope they make it out of the ground this cycle.
Not sure why people are acting like the good days are over or nearing an end in Dallas ... all of the important data is suggesting the opposite ... instead of a slowdown things are actually picking up ... and strengthening
above the already red hot levels we've been seeing:Driven by In-Migration, Dallas-Fort Worth Population Growth Tops the NationDemographic Trends Boosting Commercial Real Estate in the Metroplex
By David Kahn, CoStar Real Estate Group, June 15, 2018
Dallas-Fort Worth has added about 1.1 million new residents since 2010, about the same number as Houston.
The most recent numbers are excellent for Dallas-Fort Worth.
According to the U.S. Census, D-FW added 146,000 new residents in 2017, topping second place Houston by more than 50,000 people
. More importantly, the most recent job numbers were incredible
, with nominal job growth of about 125,000 year-over-year, as of March 2018. This marks an acceleration in job growth compared to previous months. Dallas-Fort Worth was already the strongest job market in the country: now it’s even stronger.
The combination of outstanding population growth, in-migration and job growth creates a virtuous cycle for the metro’s economy, and helps drive demand for commercial real estate. Strong population growth, job growth and in-migration should continue to power the Dallas-Fort Worth commercial real estate industry for years to come
Article: http://www.costar.com/News/Article/Driv ... ion/201928