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  • 5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Market Breaks Another Record
    DFW’s industrial market reached another huge milestone in the third quarter of 2019—with plenty more growth on the horizon. Read our 5 Fast Facts to discover the key trends moving the market as we head toward the end of the year The post 5 Fast Facts: DFW’s Industrial Market Breaks… Read more »
  • Deep Ellum Ranks among the Top ‘Cool Streets’ in the Country
    Cushman & Wakefield this week released its Cool Streets 2019 Edition, and we’re proud to announce that Dallas’ very own Deep Ellum was listed among the Top 20 coolest streets in the country. Our team that creates the Cool Streets report scours the U.S. to find those neighborhoods that simply… Read more »
  • Women in Leadership: A Conversation with Rebecca Buell, CFO of National Breast Cancer Foundation
    By Natalie Snyder Bode and Emily Hoffman Welcome to our newest installment of Women in Leadership. In the time since our last interview with a Dallas-Fort Worth female executive, the country has made a bit of progress in terms of executive equality. A study conducted earlier this year found that… Read more »
  • Dallas Emerges as a Major Player for Tech Corporations
    By Cribb Altman For years, Dallas struggled to kick-start its technology sector. Outside of large data center requirements, many of the larger tech companies—such as Apple, Amazon, Google and Facebook—always seemed to pick Austin as their major Texas tech hub. However, that trend is starting to change, in a big… Read more »
  • Women in Business – Q&A with Stephanie Chung, President of Dallas-Based JetSuite
    Welcome to Women in Business, our blog series for Cushman & Wakefield’s Women’s Integrated Network (WIN). Each story showcases women in leadership roles as they share their advice and encouragement to other women on how to succeed in business. For this story, we spoke with Stephanie Chung, President of JetSuite, a leading… Read more »
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