Downtown Dallas: A Turnaround Built on Parks, Arts, and People
Dallas residents called it Stonehenge. This Texas version of the English landmark, like a monument to unfulfilled dreams and lingering failures, was an arrangement of heavy concrete pillars constructed in the 1980s to support an ambitious pair of 50-story office towers in downtown Dallas.
October 10, 2016
How One Company is Pulling Hospitality CRE Back on it’s Feet
For every commercial real estate venture that receives easy funding, there are dozens that struggle to hunt down the capital they need.
September 30, 2016
Craig Hall Expanding His Frisco Office Park
When Craig Hall kicked off construction at his office park in Frisco back in 1998, the development didn’t even have a paved road that led to it, and only a few people showed up for the ground-breaking celebration. Eighteen years later, the developer again is turning dirt at his 162-acre park—on his 17th office building. And this time, the supporters came out in force to mark the occasion.
September 28, 2016
Groundbreaking next week for Frisco’s tallest office building
Developer Craig Hall will break ground next week on what will be Frisco's tallest office tower — and his 17th building in the Hall Park on the Dallas North Tollway.
September 20, 2016
Craig Hall: A real estate career crafted like fine wine
In the Lone Star state, the soft-spoken developer builds office parks and high-rise towers. Lesser known in California, the billionaire has grown a whole new appreciation for soil. In Napa Valley, the soil means world-class grapes that transform into some of his award-winning wine.
September 15, 2016
Jerry Jones keynotes Corridors of Opportunity: Frisco event with Craig Hall at The Star
In a star-studded event at The Star in Frisco, several prominent members of the community, including Dallas Cowboys owner and general manager Jerry Jones, spoke about the importance Frisco has played in the North Texas sports scene.
September 12, 2016