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Sic'EmBears    2122

More office space on the way at booming Cypress Waters project

 

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The 3201 Olympus Boulevard project will have 250,000 square feet of space in a five-story building. The office development is part of The Sound district at Cypress Waters, which also includes retail and restaurant space and apartments.

Billingsley filed a building permit with the city of Dallas for $25 million, which includes the 3201 Olympus office building and a four-story parking garage.



"We are breaking ground in the first quarter and the building should be complete by second quarter 2019," said Carey Morgan, Billingsley's director of marketing. "It is a lakeside building across the street from 20,000 square feet of retail with a dog park, splash pad for kids, lakefront amphitheater for concerts, 5-6-mile hike/bike trail, and parks with events and programming throughout the year.

 

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JasnoDTX    538

If they can I think they should increase the height. 562 is cool but 620 to 700 would be better assuming it's supposed to be shorter than 720. It should be in the same air lane as 720  FP so it could be okay with FAA.

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Sic'EmBears    2122

2016 GDP Rankings:

 

Both DFW and Washington DC surpassed Houston in 2016.

 

 

Nation's Top Five Largest Metros by GDP:
(change from 2015)


  1. New York City - $1,657,457 ------ (+49,112)
  2. Los Angeles - $1,001,677 ------ (+38,219)
  3. Chicago - $651,222 ------ (+16,168)
  4. Dallas Fort Worth - $511,606 ------ (+18,558)
  5. Washington DC - $509,224 ------ (+15,573)

 

 

Texas Metros by Largest GDP:
(change from 2015)


  • Dallas Fort Worth - $511,606 ------ (+18,558)
  • Houston - $478,618 ------ (-18,090, second consecutive year of decline)
  • Austin - $135,010 ------ (+7,427)
  • San Antonio - $116,538 ------ (+4,367)
  • El Paso - $28,644 ------ (+930)
  • Beaumont - $24,875 ------ (-119)
  • Midland - $24,224 ------ (-2,141)
  • Corpus Christie - $22,403 ------ (-820)
  • Killeen/Temple/Fort Hood - $17,676 ------ (+869)
  • Tyler - $13,499 ------ (-134)
  • Lubbock - $13,434 ------ (+526)
  • Amarillo - $13,009 ------ (+184)
  • Waco - $11,892 ------ (+593)
  • Longview - $9,753 ------ (-742)
  • B/CS - $9,520 ------ (-101)
  • Odessa - $8,718 ------ (-1,439)
  • Abilene - $6,752 ------ (-220)
  • Wichita Falls - $6,164 ------ (-157)
  • Texarkana - $5,298 ------ (+179)
  • San Angelo - $4,839 ------ (-222)
  • Victoria - $4,665 ------ (-527)
  • Sherman/Denison - $4,292 ------ (+114)

     

     

    Texas Metros by Change in GDP:

  • Dallas Fort Worth - $511,606 ------ (+18,558)
  • Austin - $135,010 ------ (+7,427)
  • San Antonio - $116,538 ------ (+4,367)
  • El Paso - $28,644 ------ (+930)
  • Killeen/Temple/Fort Hood - $17,676 ------ (+869)
  • Waco - $11,892 ------ (+593)
  • Lubbock - $13,434 ------ (+526)
  • Amarillo - $13,009 ------ (+184)
  • Texarkana - $5,298 ------ (+179)
  • Sherman/Denison - $4,292 ------ (+114)
  • B/CS - $9,520 ------ (-101)
  • Beaumont - $24,875 ------ (-119)
  • Tyler - $13,499 ------ (-134)
  • Wichita Falls - $6,164 ------ (-157)
  • Abilene - $6,752 ------ (-220)
  • San Angelo - $4,839 ------ (-222)
  • Victoria - $4,665 ------ (-527)
  • Longview - $9,753 ------ (-742)
  • Corpus Christie - $22,403 ------ (-820)
  • Odessa - $8,718 ------ (-1,439)
  • Midland - $24,224 ------ (-2,141)
  • Houston - $478,618 ------ (-18,090, second consecutive year of decline)

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