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RECON for January 5, 2021RECON for January 5, 20212021-01-05T06:00:00Z2021-01-05T06:00:00Z
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New year, new(ish) name. The Center started 2021 by reverting to its given name, the Texas Real Estate Research Center. This change ushers in the Center's 50th anniversary year. 
January 5, 2021

Plano a top city for jobs in 2021

WASHINGTON (WalletHub) – Plano is the tenth-best city in which to find a job this year, according to a WalletHub study.

The North Texas city ranked 14th in socio-economics and 17th in job market. It tied for first with several other cities for highest median annual income.  

Austin was the next Texas city on the list, ranking 23rd overall. It was ​18th in socio-economics and 41st in job market.

According to the study, the rest of the top places to find a job are:
  • South Burlington, Vt.;
  • Columbia, Md.;
  • Virginia Beach, Va.;
  • Salt Lake City;
  • Boise, Idaho;
  • Scottsdale, Ariz.;
  • Chesapeake, Va.;
  • Seattle; and
  • Colorado Springs, Colo.​
To compile the list, WalletHub looked at employment and economic data for 180 cities across the nation.
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Pharmaceuticals company sells The Woodlands campus

​THE WOODLANDS (Realty News Report) – Lexicon Pharmaceuticals has sold its office and research campus to San Francisco-based Nurix Therapeutics. 

The five-building, 260,950-sf campus is on 12.4 acres at 8800 Technology Forest Dr. 

The main building is a 128,400-sf, Class A office with laboratory space. ​​Other properties include a one-story flex property and two special-use facilities. 

NAI Partners represented the seller. 
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627-unit Northpoint Crossing trades hands

​​COLLEGE STATION (REBusiness Online) – A joint venture between Ares Management Corp. and Timberline Real Estate Ventures has purchased Northpoint Crossing, a 1,842-bed student housing community at 1501 Northpoint Ln. 

Built in 2014, the property has one- to four-bedroom units. 

Amenities include a 24-hour clubhouse, two fitness centers, two computer labs, game rooms, outdoor grilling stations, sauna and steam rooms, and rooftop terrace. 

Newmark represented the sellers, Woodridge Capital and funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management L.P. 
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Online retailer signs 204K-sf industrial lease

​​​​MESQUITE (REBusiness Online) – Online retailer 1000bulbs.com has signed a 203,040-sf industrial lease a​t Building 1 at Urban District 30. 

Stream Realty Partners represented the tenant and the landlord, Urban Logistics Realty.

The 977,013-sf industrial development is along I-30 just south of Northwest Dr.
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312K-sf diaper manufacturing plant slated for Waco 

​​​WACO (REBusiness Online) – Hello Bello is developing a 312,000-sf diaper manufacturing plant at 2101 Texas Central Pkwy. 

The $31 million project ​will create 110 jobs.

Construction will be complete by 2Q2021. 
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Laredo investor picks up McAllen retail

​​​McALLEN (Connect Media) – Laredo-based Big Sky Estate Investments LLC has purchased Main Place Shopping Center, a 172,000-sf retail property.

Built in 1988, the asset is on 20 acres at 1800 S. Main St. 

The largest tenants are the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley and Main Place Indoor Market. 

136K-sf office campus under new ownership

​​​AUSTIN (Austin Business Journal) – A two-building office complex, called 7000 West at Lantana, has been so​ld.

The 136,075-sf asset at 7000 W. William Cannon Dr. is fully leased to Smith + Nephew and Advanced Micro Devices Inc. 

Cushman & Wakefield represented the seller. 
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