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Billingsley to Build Spec Office Building at Cypress Waters

Posted on April 17, 2013

Billingsley Company announced the construction of a new speculative office building and four-lane roadway at Cypress Waters, the company’s 1,000-acre mixed-use development in the North Dallas Freeport area. Scheduled for three stories and totaling 150,000 square feet, the building is... >>

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Billingsley Purchases 2 Buildings in High-Demand Area

Posted on July 25, 2011

Texas real estate and master-planned developments leader Billingsley Company today announced the closing of their recent acquisition of the Landmark I and II office buildings in northwest Dallas which were acquired via a new partnership between Billingsley and Stockbridge Real... >>

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VRM Relocates to International Business Park

Posted on March 10, 2011

Vendor Resource Management marked the official opening of its new corporate headquarters in Billingsley’s International Business Park on Tuesday with a ribbon cutting ceremony. Vendor Resource Management (VRM) is a leading national asset management firm in the foreclosure industry with... >>

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Billingsley Gold LEED® Certification in the News

Posted on July 14, 2010

NBC Channel 5 recently ran a story covering Plano’s first Gold LEED Certified building. The Billingsley property is located at 6100 Plano Parkway in International Business Park. Click here to view a video of the new story on NBC’s website.... >>

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An Update on DOWNTOWNDallas

Posted on January 28, 2010

John Crawford, President and CEO of DOWNTOWNDALLAS, introduces a new podcast series with a review of 2009 progress. Check it out! [youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wSS9xr0b9G8&color1=0xb1b1b1&color2=0xcfcfcf&hl=en_US&feature=player_embedded&fs=1]

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Surviving the Office Leasing Slump

Posted on August 21, 2009

DallasNews.com—”Now that the recession seems to be drawing to a close, businesses are going to be more comfortable making longer-term decisions,” Bunnett said. “It’s impossible to time the bottom of the real estate market.” Read the article.

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