Monthly Archives April 2018

Washoe County Votes to Dismiss Appeal, Move Forward on Housing Development

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The Lemmon Valley area is set to get more than 200 new homes if a planned development moves forward, but residents in the area are fighting it, saying it will make their homes less safe.

Members of the Lemmon Valley/Swan Lake Recovery Committee were trying to stop the development using an appeal, but Tuesday afternoon the commission voted that the appeal wasn’t valid.

That came as a big disappointment to the appellants, who crowdfunded on social media to pay for the process.

"We had over 190 people donate for us to do this appeal," Lemmon Valley resident Tammy Holt-Still said. "None of these residents are being heard. It’s all developers and that’s it."

The commission voted three to one t...

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Greystone Real Estate Advisors Expands in Houston with National Apartment Advisors Team

NEW YORK, April 18, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Greystone, one of the nation’s preeminent real estate lending, investment and advisory companies, announced that it has welcomed National Apartment Advisors of Texas to the Greystone network. The new joint venture, Greystone NAA, focuses on providing a full range of multifamily advisory services to clients in Austin, Dallas, Houston, and San Antonio, capitalizing on Greystone’s comprehensive financial platform and NAA’s multifamily sales expertise in those regions.

Heading the Greystone NAA team is a group of real estate advisory leaders with over 80 combined years of experience. Since founding the company 5 short years ago, the NAA team has closed more than 150 transactions totaling over $1 billion...

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Opus Virtual Offices Expands With New Prestigious Location in Dallas, TX

Opus Virtual Offices, a nation’s leader in the alternative workspace industry with more than 650 locations in all 50 U.S. states and Canada, has announced the opening of its most recent addition to the network in presitious Uptown Dallas, Texas. Located at 3626 North Hall Street – steps from Turtle Creek and the beautiful Rosewood Mansion – the site is situated in a prime business location and includes every detail needed to project a refined, polished, professional corporate image. For only $99 per month, Opus provides a live professional receptionist to answer and forward calls during business hours; a prominent corporate mailing address; local business phone and fax numbers as well as voicemail and fax to email transcription.

In addition to the basic package of Opus Virtual Office servi...

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Severe Storm Warning Issued For Dallas And Eastern Areas

DALLAS, TX — A storm system moving west to east through the metroplex is likely to become severe, the National Weather Service Warns.

The severe thunderstorm warning expires at 7:15 p.m.

Strong winds and are possible.

Stay with Patch for further severe weather updates.

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Dallas dodges list of Amazon HQ2 ‘biggest losers’

The Dallas-Fort Worth area may or may not ultimately win Amazon.com Inc.’s second headquarters, but at least North Texas has escaped a list of “biggest losers” for the highly coveted project.

Toronto, Los Angeles and Miami were tagged with that distinction in an Op-Ed published Wednesday in The Daily Caller, a conservative news and opinion website based in Washington, D.C.

Twenty metro areas have made it to the second phase of the selection process for Seattle-based Amazon’s (Nasdaq: AMZN) second headquarters, dubbed HQ2.

The Daily Caller knocked Toronto for its lack of incentives and, well, just generally being in Canada.

The publication dinged Los Angeles for high taxes, onerous regulations and a housing crisis.

Miami made the biggest-loser list because it lacks a major research universi...

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