Guilty Verdicts in Dallas Corruption Trial
Former Dallas Mayor Pro Tem Don Hill and several others were found guilty this week in a high-profile corruption case involving developers building low-income housing tax credit properties.
Ann Lott has resigned as president and CEO of the Dallas Housing Authority. Lott had held the top post since September 2000.
Housing Scandal Rocks Dallas
DALLAS — Sixteen people have been charged in an extensive bribery and extortion scheme involving affordable housing in Dallas.
New Showroom for Besa
Besa Lighting is relocating its showroom to a new space in the Dallas Trade Mart and will mark the opening with a party and ribbon-cutting during the Winter 2008 International Lighting Market. The new showroom will encompass 4,700 square feet of display and entertainment space.
With few exceptions, most developers will say that mixed-use projects are more challenging than single-use projects.
TLP Opens Dallas Office
Lighting design consulting firm The Lighting Practice (TLP)—based in Philadelphia—has opened an office in Dallas, which will be led by TLP associate Erin Friar Moody and lighting designer Jessica Dodson McIntyre.
Texas is Tops for Luraline Sales
Lighting manufacturer Luraline has announced its annual Sales Achievement Awards winners. Two out of three of the company's top-selling sales agencies for 2006 hail from Texas. The Lighting Alliance of Dallas, which covers a sales territory ranging from New Mexico to northern Texas and eastward to...
Prevails in Patent Infringement Lawsuit
Last month, after two years of litigation, a Dallas federal court jury found in favor of
The galleria is one of the crown jewels of the Dallas shopping experience. It has set the standard for shopping and mixed-use centers for over 20 years, becoming a shopping icon true to its inspiration-both in name and architectural features-the Galleria Vittorio Emanuele II in Milan. Yet, even in...
Lightolier Controls, Bruck, and HLB
Rob Stredde has joined Dallas-based