Whitebox Real Estate Blog
Matthew Otte of Whitebox Real Estate represented Khop Management in the sale of 3008 Commerce St.,home to Kirk Hopper Fine Art in the Dallas Deep Ellum neighborhood. 1426 N Riverfront Blvd., a 4,265 square foot building in the Design District, was purchased by Khop Management and is the future home of Kirk Hopper Fine Art. This replacement property, as part of the 1031 exchange, was sold by Quadrant Investment Properties. The seller broker was Christy Thelen, Trey Smith, Ward Eastman, Lauren Napper of Cushman & Wakefield. The buyer broker was Matthew Otte of Whitebox Real Estate.
Say Yes to Dallas and the Dallas Regional Chamber, with partners across North Texas, are connecting workers displaced by the COVID-19 outbreak. Several organizations are hiring large numbers of employees.
COVID-19 is causing unique challenges for us all. As we try to navigate this new climate, we that relief from federal, state, local and/or the private sector is coming soon. As we continue to learn more about COVID-19 and how it affecting our communities, we will continue to communicate some of the resources available thus far. These impacts are being felt at the local level, all the way up to our national tapestry and across all industries. We will get through this together – Whitebox will be available to you every step of the way – please contact us if you’re straining due to this unprecedented time, and let’s come up with a creative solution, together, to find relief.
At Whitebox, we offer No Contact Service – this means that despite any disruption to your day-to-day business, we can manage the details of your real estate transaction without ever having to shake hands, or even meet face to face.
An Uptown Dallas redevelopment that was delayed during the pandemic is moving ahead and is set to start this summer.
A new project that will include almost 1.4 million square feet of warehouse and distribution space is headed to North Fort Worth.
The global investment giant Vanguard is the latest financial company to be lured to Dallas by its talented workforce.
While the North Dallas-Fort Worth suburb counties have led in population growth last year, Dallas county has stalled in growth.
Being in the office from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. are behind us and so is the way people interact in the office with physical space.
Have you heard? One of Fort Worth’s most elegant dining treasures is making a comeback with a little celebrity ka-pow!
Grant Pruitt with Whitebox Real Estate says, “The biggest mistake I saw people make in the last recession, people are making again today.”
A development that will dramatically change the heart of Dallas’ Oak Lawn community has gotten the go-ahead from city leaders.
The Dallas Regional Chamber surveyed its 800 members to find out what returning to the workplace will look like across the region.
At the end of the first quarter of 2020, the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, the market had 70 million square feet of office space available.
- A New York real estate company has purchased Velodyne's San Jose 'megafactory' from its estranged founder for $51M
- Take a look inside CoverMyMeds' new Franklinton HQ (photos)
- Airbnb aims to exit three of its five San Francisco office commitments
- Bolstered by strong defense sector, Dayton-area office market holds fairly steady
- Fire Blocks developer plans mixed-use complex for two downtown Dayton buildings
- Luxury high-rise apartment tower proposed for 3rd Ward
- Tim Draper says he'll move Draper University to Texas if can't build a glass elevator
- Koreatown apartment building sells for $5 million
- Dollar Tree site near R Street marketed for new tenants
- Delayed auction for possible Samsung sites rescheduled for this week
- Taylor Gourmet co-founder to open new Grazie Grazie, two other spots in downtown D.C.
- Tempe office building now under construction is first of its kind in Arizona
- Saratoga auto parts distributor seeks tax incentives on $3.5 million project
- Philadelphia was at one point a top 3 choice for Amazon's HQ2. A new book details what happened next.
- Simpson Construction pulls $1.5M permit for new credit union branch in northeast Wichita