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Downtown Dallas Set to Experience Renaissance with Nearly 1,500 New Residential Units in the Pipeline

In the last two decades, Downtown Dallas has undergone a remarkable transformation, and adaptive-reuse projects could help the neighborhood become a more around-the-clock dest...

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Mixed-Use Development ‘The Mullet’ to Bring 125,000 Square Feet of Office Space to Fort Worth

Fort Worth is getting its very own mullet. Goldenrod Companies plans to build a sizable mixed-use project in the Cultural District, playfully dubbed "The Mullet." The devel...

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MAA Names Director of Hospitality, Historic/Adaptive Reuse

Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) has named Jennifer Picquet-Reyes, a principal in the firm, as the director of hospitality, historic/adaptive-reuse. In her new expanded r...

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Finalists Announced: D CEO’s 2023 Commercial Real Estate Awards

The competition was stiff and judging was difficult, but 99 projects, transactions, and dealmakers stood out. In a testament to an industry that keeps on growing and fuelin...

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Multimillion-Dollar Dual-Branded Marriott Hotel Headed for Uptown Dallas

Developers are preparing to break ground on a $110M hotel project in Uptown Dallas. The 264-room, 25K SF hotel will be dual-branded as AC and Moxy, both upscale Marriott c...

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Construction kicks off on Flower Mound apartment tower

High-rise will overlook Lake Grapevine in Lakeside Village development. Developers have broken ground on a luxury apartment tower overlooking Lake Grapevine. The 16-story...

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MAA Promotions

Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) is pleased to announce several promotions among staff who have excelled in providing exceptional service to the firm and its clients. As the...

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Hall Group tops out on first phase of campus transformation in Frisco

Hall Group announced Monday that construction has topped out on three new towers within Hall Park in Frisco. The three towers include a 16-story, Class AAA office tower des...

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Merriman Anderson Architects Hires Director of Strategy, Development

Dallas-based architecture and planning firm Merriman Anderson Architects announced that Amanda Hendrick is its new director of strategy and development. Hendrick joins the fi...

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Office Conversions Kill 2 Birds With One Stone In Dallas’ CBD And Beyond

Conversions to multifamily are beginning to put a dent in office inventory in Dallas’ central business district, with more than 2M SF of vacant space coming off the market i...

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Dallas developer Hoque Global heads to Mansfield with mixed-use project

Dallas-based Hoque Global is teaming up with the Tarrant County city of Mansfield on a $65 million mixed-use development. Called Smith & Elm, the project in Mansfield...

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Innovative Spaces: See Inside McLaren Automotive’s New North American HQ

McLaren—the British maker of luxury, high-performance supercars—needed to accelerate the look of its new North American HQ in Coppell, just north of Dallas. So before they...

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MAA Adds Two Design Leaders

Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) has introduced two new team members leading the firm’s interior design division. Erin Tallent is leading the firm’s hospitality interior...

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$400M Dallas Project Obtains Key Incentives

Hoque Global and Lanoha Real Estate Co. are developing the Newpark mixed-use destination. The Dallas city council voted to provide up to $96.1 million in economic support for...

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Fort Worth developer closer to building 340 apartments near San Antonio’s St. Paul Square

Vaquero Ventures, a developer from Fort Worth, is close to purchasing a 4.7-acre property at 1220 E. Commerce St. for a 340-unit, five-story apartment building. The develop...

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Dallas is turning its parking lots into a $3.5B ‘smart district’

Dallas is looking to turn empty parking lots into gold — or at least its real-estate equivalent. The city wants to create a mixed-use, tech-friendly downtown district in ...

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How QIP plans to make its big ideas for the Design District a ‘forever play’

Three and a half years of doing anything is bound to teach you – at a minimum – patience. The perspective gleaned from the ups and downs of Quadrant Investment Properti...

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Merriman Anderson Architects designs luxury residential tower at Lake Grapevine

Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) shares their plans for Terranea at Lake Grapevine in Flower Mound, Texas, a 16-story residential tower consisting of over 200 luxury rental...

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Dream Center: Bringing New Light to Oak Cliff’s Historic Gospel Lighthouse Church

Dallas-based Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) are beginning phase two of renovations to the Gospel Lighthouse Church in Oak Cliff. Recently named to the National Register of...

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Architecture Firm Works To Emerge From Pandemic ‘Cloud’ In Strong Position

As the architect industry recovers from COVID lows, Milton Anderson, president of Merriman Anderson Architects (MAA) talks to KRLD’s David Johnson about new projects in Texa...

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