Market Trends Report: Entertainment districts are rejuvenating cities.

Next year, Cordish will open Texas Live!, a $250 million, 200,000-sf venue that’s part of a $4 billion master plan for the Arlington Entertainment District, which includes a new $1 billion baseball stadium for the Texas Rangers, an investor in the district. When completed, the district—which straddles the Dallas Cowboys’ 100,000-seat AT&T Stadium—will offer a 300-key Loew’s hotel, a 5,000-seat outdoor events pavilion, and 35,000 sf of meeting/convention space.


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Minority Businesses Should Have Fair Share of Work in Upcoming Bond Packages

Within the next few months, Fort Worth and Tarrant County voters may have the opportunity to vote on as many as three major bond proposals: the Fort Worth Independent School District, the City of Fort Worth and the Tarrant County Hospital District (John Peter Smith Health Network).


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SMU Cox School of Business Rings NYSE Closing Bell

Gerald Alley is ecstatic to be part of SMU's Cox School of Business Executive Board as they ring the closing bell at the New York Stock Exchange this past Monday. Cox's Dean Matt Myers traveled to New York with a delegation of SMU Board of Trustees, Cox Executive Board members, alumni and staff. Gerald was among the podium contingent; check out the video below!


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