Dallas has been a magnet for job-seekers for decades, but here’s a new way to think about the market. Instead of talent following the jobs, now the jobs are following the talent. READ MORE
You don't have to tell North Texas businesses that office rents are on the move.
Huge employment gains in the area and corporate moves are fueling the strongest demand for office space in decades.
So it's no wonder that tenants have to pay a lot more for their business space. READ MORE
California’s tax and regulatory policies have made the cost of doing business more expensive than other states and prompted about 10,000 companies over the last eight years to leave the state or shift or curtail operations to reduce costs, according to a report from Spectrum Location Solutions.
Austin has been the biggest beneficiary of the trend. READ MORE
Of the $166 billion in capital investment made in U.S. projects last year, almost a third was in Texas.
The Lone Star State recorded $48.3 billion in capital investment, which ranked No. 1 in the country in a new report from Ernst & Young. The state also ranked No. 1 in mobile project jobs with 38,400. READ MORE
A European energy tech company is opening its U.S. headquarters in none other than the Bayou City. READ MORE
The Signorelli Co. has set opening dates for Valley Ranch Town Center, the largest retail project under construction in the Houston area.
The Woodlands-based developer broke ground in April 2014 on the 1.5 million-square-foot mixed-use development, which sits on 240 acres in the north part of Valley Ranch, a 1,400-acre master-planned community north of Kingwood. READ MORE
It has the space, expanding corporate presence, continued job and population growth, and some of the highest rents in the city. So is it much of a surprise that far Northwest San Antonio is the busiest submarket in the city? No. In the country? Well, yes. READ MORE