Tom Hicks is still loathed in Liverpool -- sounds like it ought to be the name of autobiography at this point. Last week, Hicks announced that the team's new stadium wasn't going to be built after all -- looks like he and partner George Gillett kinda ran out of money, maybe? And yet another delay in ... More >>
John Wheeler Last week the City Plan Commission voted not to allow Canadian developers to tear down this Turtle Creek office building. But the fight ain't over. In February we mentioned that a developer was interested in razing the Howard Meyer-designed office building at 2505 Turtle Creek Boulevar ... More >>
Apparent murder-suicide cuts to the heart of the mayor's southern Dallas advisors
Is it me, or does HKS' new Liverpool stadium look like a flattened Texas Stadium? Now that Tom Hicks and his Canadian partner in Liverpool FC have secured the dough with which to refinance their investment in the storied franchise, it's on to building that long-promised £300 million Stanley Park st ... More >>
Tom Hicks' new stadium looks awfully nice. Kinda Jerry Jones-y. Too bad it's in England. Hey, lookie there: Tom Hicks is about to build a $615-million stadium that holds up to 76,000 folks -- and, smart move, he's using McKinney Ave.-based HKS, Inc., the same architecture engineering firm responsibl ... More >>
Today's subscription-only Wall Street Journal takes a stab at the new Dallas Cowboys home set to open in 2009. You know the drill: 2.3 million square feet, 100,000 seats when counting standing room, two 2.1-million pound roof panels that open on a rack and pinion drive system so God can scoff, two 3 ... More >>
I just found out what I am doing Wednesday morning--well, other than getting my toes painted. From 7:45 a.m. to 11:25 a.m., because apparently doing things on the half-hour is for suckers, the North Dallas Chamber of Commerce will be hosting what actually looks like a fascinating real estate symposi ... More >>
The Cowboys want to move back to Fair Park--so, there goes the neighborhood?
Dallas attorney Darrell Jordan wants to cover the Cotton Bowl--anyone got $150 million to spare?
Architect details low-cost plan to save arena--and poll shows public wants it done
Inside the secret City Hall files: A tale of dupes and deception