From multitenant office buildings, retail centers, flex space, medical centers, industrial parks, and vacant land discover why Southern Dallas County offers a strategic and cost-effective location for your operations. Higher density, mixed-use centers offer unique opportunities to both businesses and residents to locate. You’ll find these area in the historic downtowns across Southern Dallas County and new and recently redeveloped live-work-play centers. For industrial users, Southern Dallas County’s central U.S. location provides an advantageous distribution hub with quick access to rail, air, and short- and long-haul truck transportation. Manufacturing is a cornerstone of the Southern Dallas County economy and is bolstered by an abundance of a quality local workforce.
COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE SEARCH FOR SOUTHERN DALLAS COUNTY
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The real estate development company Oak Cliff Community Investment Fund has proposed a new housing development in the southern Dallas neighborhood aimed at continuing to provide affordable housing to the …
The 180-foot Ryan Tower stands at the heart of the UNT Dallas campus and can be seen for miles in every direction. Funded by a $2 million gift from UNT …
A developer wants to reopen the historic Longhorn Ballroom in Dallas and he’s asking the city to chip in millions of dollars. Dallas City Council members see the public investment …