Hall News

Arts tycoon on hunt for photographers to document life of Dallas Arts District

Hall has spearheaded a new endeavor titled "Through the Lens: Dallas Arts District." It's a call to action for "professional photographers, emerging photographers, mid-career photographers and students" to start snapping their shutters.
June 1, 2017
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First bike-share program wheels into Frisco

Frisco is getting on board with bicycling via a new bike-sharing program at the Hall Park office complex. The program provides tenants and visitors of Hall Park with a convenient way to get around the park and its surrounding environs.
May 25, 2017
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EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 Finalists

The EY Entrepreneur Of The Year 2017 finalists have a lot to celebrate. They've built their dream companies. Expanded. Innovated. And now, EY is recognizing them for their achievements.
May 4, 2017
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$250 million Dallas Arts District tower with luxury condos, hotel starts taking shape Friday

Work will begin this week on the most expensive downtown Dallas development in more than a decade. The $250 million Hall Arts Residences condominium tower and Hall Arts Hotel will be a major addition to downtown Dallas’ Arts District. The 44 condos in the 25-story tower on Flora Street will start in price at $2 million.
April 21, 2017
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HSF Provides $23.2M Construction Loan for Hyatt Hotel in East Moline, Illinois

Hall Structured Finance (HSF) has provided a $23.2 million loan for the construction of a Hyatt House and Hyatt Place hotel in East Moline, part of the Quad Cities region. This will be Hyatt’s first development of a blended, dual-flagged hotel, with a shared front desk and lobby amenities, and will serve as the company’s prototype for future dual-flagged developments.
April 6, 2017
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Downtown law firm heads to Dallas' Arts District

A California-based legal firm has moved its downtown Dallas office to the Arts District. Sedgwick Llp has rented an office in the KPMG Plaza building on Ross Avenue near Pearl Street.
April 5, 2017
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