A battle is brewing over plans to build a restaurant and parking lot in White Rock Lake.
Workers can’t build the homes fast enough in Frisco — already one of the nation’s fastest growing cities.
The 2010 demolition of Texas Stadium, the former home of the Dallas Cowboys, created a gaping hole in the heart of Irving, leaving many wondering—and others worrying—about what would go ‘up’ after the stadium came ‘down.’
The Merriwood Ranch, a fixture in Garland for more than fifty years, cleared the first hurdle in an effort to stay open.
A new toll road is expected to feed a boom for Cleburne. And the small town’s Mayor is bracing for the same kind of explosive growth he saw years ago when he lived in Frisco.
Lots of optimism coming from the Discovery Gardens at Dallas Fair Park where Mayor Mike Rawlings outlined his vision for the second year of Grow South, a plan to revitalize Dallas’ Southern Sector.
What used to be Valley View Mall is about to become a mega entertainment area. It will have condos, two luxury hotels, a surfing wave pool and fountains, office space, and plenty of shopping.
Nearly a year and a half after their fight against developers began, the board of directors of the Cedar Hill Pet Cemetery are celebrating.
Former Rangers owner Tom Hicks has settled a pair of lawsuits related to a failed multimillion-dollar development project near Rangers Ballpark in Arlington.
Troubled. An eyesore, a magnet for crime – those are just some of the ways one apartment complex in South Dallas had long been described. Now the only correct adjective is… gone.
Las Colinas is taking a major step toward the development of its Urban Center. The project is called “Water Street.”
One area of Dallas, which has traditionally been underserved by national retail chains, is looking to get a big boost. A local developer has reportedly made plans with Wal-Mart to open a store on the corner of I-35E and Ledbetter, in Oak Cliff.