Monthly Archives: April 2014

Why The EB-5 Program Works Well For Real Estate Investments

EB-5 capital is powerful in the mezzanine tranche, but developers need to be patient or have a project that will not need the capital for at least 12 months because of timing issues regarding the release of capital. However, suffice … Continue reading

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The Latent Potential of #DowntownDallas

Amazing difference what narrower two way streets, better sidewalks, parallel parked cars, can make.  Elm & Commerce treat streets as “roads” (platforms to move cars) — whereas Main Street is a “street” — a place you want to be, not … Continue reading

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Urbanism, I-345 Teardown and Affordable Housing in Dallas – Beyond Race/Place Rhetoric to a Metroplex Revolution

Let’s get this out of the way so you can categorize me: I grew up in suburban Kansas City (Overland Park), had 6 minorities in my high school (graduating class of 670), and went to SMU undergrad and law school.  … Continue reading

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