Balance and discipline define this DFW real estate executive

This story is part of the Dallas Business Journal’s 2019 CFO of the Year Awards program. Brant Brown is one of 14 honorees for 2019. The honorees will be highlighted at an awards event from 6 to 9 p.m. on Nov. 7 at... Read More

CRE Opinion: Nearly 90 Percent of Dallas Office Market is Outside of Downtown, Uptown

Cliff Booth says suburban office sprawl is still a distinctive trait of the D-FW region

I came to Dallas in 1979, when the city was a boomtown.

Over the next decade, the city’s skyline changed... Read More

A Texas Multifamily Overview: Q&A with Westmount’s Brant Brown

Brant Brown, COO and CFO of Westmount Realty Capital LLC in Dallas, is one of the speakers at today’s Connect Texas Multifamily Conference. He recently answered questions put to him by Connect Media concerning Westmount’s take... Read More

CRE Opinion: All for One, One for All

Why strong relationships are more important than ever and how you can maintain them

“What inning are we in?”

It’s a question that CRE professionals, especially those of us that have been through... Read More

CRE Opinion: From 2008 to 2018, Dallas Looks a Lot Different

Dallas looked a lot different 10 years ago. Klyde Warren Park was still in its planning stages, the Omni Hotel was still four years away from opening its doors, and Thom Mayne was just announced as the designer of the new Perot Museum... Read More

CRE Opinion: Tenants Seeking ‘Cookie Cutter’ Industrial Properties Are Anything But Vanilla

While e-commerce has certainly played a role in the current industrial market, it is hardly the backbone of this commercial real estate sector.

Industrial real estate has been the talk of town here in Dallas-Fort Worth and around... Read More

CRE Opinion: Cold Storage in North Texas is Heating Up

In some cases, converting existing warehouse space into refrigerated space can cost half the price of a new development.

In North Texas, the demand for refrigerated and freezer warehouse space is rising right along with the... Read More

Cliff Booth: A North Texas Perspective on ‘Last-Mile Distribution’

A greater demand for last-mile distribution may be driven by B2B users, which prefer infill locations versus new construction.

“Last-mile distribution” is quite the buzzword in industrial real estate now. Most who use the... Read More

A Different Take on Last Mile Distribution

“Last Mile Retail” is the latest topic buzzing through discussions of industrial real estate. It refers to the final stage of online purchasing and the travel of goods to the buyer from a distribution center. The obvious benefit is... Read More

Oil Prices Cause Dip in Multifamily Market, But Value-Add Opportunities Remain Strong

Although Houston’s local economy is not exclusively dependent on oil and gas, re-energizing this sector will be key to a multifamily rebound in the area. Since the downturn in oil prices over the last two years, Houston’s... Read More

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