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Beyond Toyota: Chase, Amazon, Caterpillar, Google Among Those Eyeing DFW Office Space

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Dallas real estate brokers say they’re seeing ‘unprecedented’ interest in North Texas, with several companies looking for 1 million square feet of office space or more. (To put that in perspective, the entire 60-story Fountain Place in downtown Dallas totals 1.2 million square feet.)

John Crawford, president and CEO of Downtown Dallas Inc., says the size of the companies, and the deals, is staggering:

“I’ve never seen anything like it. … In my experience, two things are going to happen: the initial numbers will grow exponentially larger, and there will be a number of vendors who will want to cluster around big relocations.”

D Real Estate Daily has the scoop.

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3 comments on “Beyond Toyota: Chase, Amazon, Caterpillar, Google Among Those Eyeing DFW Office Space

  1. “I’ve never seen anything like it. … In my experience, two things are going to happen…”

    Wut.

  2. Bad editing job on my part. Here’s the full quote: “As it relates to other cycles, I’ve never seen anything like it. And these are not short-term deals. Executives are creating 15- to 20-year plans to create opportunities for their employees. In my experience, two things are going to happen: the initial numbers will grow exponentially larger, and there will be a number of vendors who will want to cluster around big relocations.”

  3. Dallas is the Best place to do business.
    Toyota should reconsider moving to Plano.