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Dallas-Fort Worth, March 22, 2018

Henry Vasquez, a local business owner on Race Street in the Six Points Urban Village in Fort Worth, believes the neighborhood is on the brink of a transformation.
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THE NEXT UP-AND-COMING FORT WORTH NEIGHBORHOOD? The Race Street area, also known as Six Points Urban Village, is next in line to receive funding for infrastructure and aesthetics under the city’s urban villages program, with $5.6 million scheduled to be spent over the next year or so. READ MORE AT THE STAR-TELEGRAM

FORT WORTH CHAMBER NABS SMALL BUSINESS EXPERT: The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce’s new senior vice president of small business and entrepreneurial support will develop free support services for local business and work with the city on incubators and innovation labs. READ MORE AT DALLAS INNOVATES

FORT WORTH MULTIFAMILY MARKET TOUGHENS UP: Once the region’s hidden gem for the multifamily market, Fort Worth is entering a more mature market stage with barriers to entry rising, making good deals harder to come by. READ MORE AT BISNOW DALLAS-FORT WORTH

CHAMBER ALSO ADS ANOTHER EXPERIENCED NAME: The new senior vice president for advocacy will aim to increase business sector diversity on chamber advocacy committees and promote Fort Worth as a driver of economic development policy discussions. READ MORE AT DALLAS INNOVATES

WHO’S CLEAN, AND WHO’S NOT: Curious what city inspectors found foul at your favorite Fort Worth restaurant? Check out this updated database. READ MORE AT THE STAR TELEGRAM


The Statler earned an exclusive designation after a much talked-about redesign. Courtesy of Merriman Anderson/Architects

BIG DISTINCTION FOR DALLAS HOTEL: The Statler was inducted as the 300th hotel of the Historic Hotels of America, after a much talked-about redesign. The distinction was one of the more notable moves in a busy week for management hires and office leases. READ MORE AT BISNOW DALLAS-FORT WORTH

DEMISE OF RETAIL EXAGGERATED? One North Texas executive dismisses the effect of e-commerce on retail as a long-existing problem, and believes the delay in large projects across the Dallas-Fort Worth is really slowing retail growth. READ MORE AT D MAGAZINE

MULTIFAMILY SEEKS BUILDERS: Permits have been filed for a new multifamily community in Fort Worth encompassing 241,000 square feet, and a bid for construction of the complex is out. READ MORE AT BISNOW DALLAS-FORT WORTH

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