I called John Crawford, president of Downtown Dallas Inc., on Monday morning, about something -- can't remember, not important. But in between my leaving a message and his calling back, I received a press release: TM Advertising, which moved from Irving into the Comerica Bank Tower at 1717 Main S ... More >>
Prange Way, viaOn Wednesday, the full council will get that economic development update that never made it to committee two weeks ago (time was not on its side). Which is just as well: When we spoke two weeks ago, I'd completely forgotten to ask Karl Zavitkovsky, head of the Office of Economic D ... More >>
Jim Rogers won't run against Angela Hunt but aims to replace her in 2013.With Angela Hunt passing on a mayoral run and instead seeking a fourth and final consecutive term on the city council as District 14's representative (term limits), we called the five candidates who have filed campaign t ... More >>
Back in July, the London-based owner of The Metropolitan on Main Street auctioned off 35 condos in the one-time downtown office tower, rehabbed a few years back at the cost of $50 millionish. Fifty-five more went on the auction block only weeks ago. In two weeks, it's time to sell off the street- ... More >>
That KTVT sign on N. Central Expressway, between Meadow Road and Walnut Hill Lane, has been part of the scenery since I was a kid. But who knows how much longer it'll be there: Lori Conrad, communications director for the CBS affiliate, confirms that the building's been on the market for a few we ... More >>
What happens in Vegas ... shouldn't happen during the stretch drive of the playoffs.
That's not some dorky sportswriter talking. That's the gold-standard opinion of a guy possessing two Super Bowl rings, a bust in Canton and the best reputation of any athlete to ever ... More >>
When Mayor Tom Leppert brought his Christmas list to Capitol Hill yesterday, he wasn't shy about asking for $386 million from the government to pay for a shiny convention center hotel. After taking a look at our story, Becky Mayad, spokesperson for Build the Hotel, sent an e-mail to Robert correctin ... More >>