Friday Feels February 2

As January comes to a close, we have seen a solid run for retail thus far in 2018. DFW is off to an incredibly hot start this year with a ton of expansion either under development or with Texas Sized plans to get underway!

Below are a few articles that I found interesting this week:

Retail REITs turn in solid performance, report shows

Dallas is best place for Amazon’s second headquarters, Wall Street Journal says

Riverfront project in the works would link downtown Dallas, Uptown to the Trinity River

How DFW’s $23B construction pipeline is geared up for further growth in 2018

Dallas Metro Leads Country in New Apartments

Dallas Terminal Renderings, Maps Released in Bullet Train Project

Scheels to join NFM in The Colony

Chipotle’s brand perception is worse than during the 2015 food-safety crisis

H&M’s Store Closure Plan Raises Doubts on Sales Revival

Keurig Green Mountain is merging with Dr. Pepper Snapple

Hospital Mergers Jump 13% As CVS And Optum Enter Their Markets

Report: Nine West close to filing for bankruptcy

Casey’s explores buying Kroger convenience stores valued at $2 billion amid pressure from activists

7-Eleven completes purchase of 1,030 Sunoco stores after FTC review excludes 59 FILED UNDER

What have you been reading this week? Please comment below with any interesting articles or topics you would like to see covered.

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