The Top Real Estate Stories of 2019

In the last decade, Dallas-Fort Worth has been transformed by big relocations, renovations, and new developments that span all sectors and submarkets. Standing out in a market this deep and wide—and active—isn’t easy. But in 2019, several deals and projects generated more headlines than others. We analyzed traffic on our D CEO Real Estate site and asked market experts to weigh in on the topic. Here are the stories we believe rank as the most noteworthy of the year.

Uber’s Deep Ellum Hub
A decision by Uber Technologies to house its sizeable Dallas base in The Epic II has put Deep Ellum on the map as a modern office submarket with an abundance of walkable amenities. The rideshare giant will occupy the entire 471,000-square-foot building, developed by Westdale Real Estate Investment and Management, when the tower opens in 2022. Westdale CEO Joe Beard says the mixed-use project and Uber’s arrival will help tranform Deep Ellum into a 24/7 neighborhood, versus a  weekend and nightlife destination. Click to read more at