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  • 2018 Tax Reform, and Its Impact on the Buy vs. Lease Decision
    By Maureen Kelly Cooper Three key components of the new tax law may cause previous own vs. lease analysis to have a different outcome this time around. First, the corporate tax rate has been reduced from 35 percent to 21 percent. Second, the cap on tax deductibility of interest expense has... Read more »
  • The Coworking Phenomenon: Here to Stay?
    By H. Cribb Altman, Senior Director WeWork, Uptown Dallas (Zach McNair) Several transformative office trends have emerged in commercial real estate in recent years. Among the most notable is the proliferation of coworking space. Coworking has ballooned onto the scene, with a number of new operators coming into the Dallas market. According to... Read more »
  • 1-on-1: Chris Taylor and Kate Sudol
    by Christine Perez In this edition of 1-on-1, Agency Leasing pro Chris Taylor sits down for an in-depth conversation with Office Tenant Rep Kate Sudol. They talk about lessons learned, careers they might have had, parenting strategies, and standing out in an ultra-competitive real estate market. An Executive Managing Director, Chris Taylor... Read more »
  • 1-on-1: Craig Wilson and Chris Harden
    by Christine Perez In this edition of 1-on-1, Office Tenant Rep Craig Wilson sits down for an in-depth conversation with retail Capital Markets pro Chris Harden. They talk about the future of downtown Dallas, changes in office tenant demands, the evolution of the retail sector, and the entrepreneurial businesses they both... Read more »
  • Photo Recap: Cushman & Wakefield’s Centennial Celebration in Dallas
    By Christine Perez Cushman & Wakefield’s Ran Holman, Dallas Managing Principal, and Tod Lickerman, Chief Executive Americas It was a milestone worth celebrating in a big way, and that’s what the Dallas office of Cushman & Wakefield did last week, welcoming more than 200 clients and guests to a Nov. 2 centennial... Read more »
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