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High Point Broker Party
May 5th was not a normal Cinco de Mayo in Dallas. Ricchi Group hosted a party for local brokers at Ricchi's High Point Center located at 12225 Greenville Ave, Dallas. Over 50 Brokers attended the event to see the newly renovated building and meet the Ricchi Management staff. Guests enjoyed a Mexican buffet, Margaritas and took their chance at winning the Grand Prize - a trip for 2 all expenses paid to Riviera Maya, Mexico. Guests enjoyed the night and received a bottle of tequila to take home after the event!
8700 TOWER - NEW ACQUISITION.
Ricchi Love is underway at 8700 N. Stemmons Freeway! This latest addition adds 250,963 RSF and 4 stories to the Ricchi Group portfolio. 8700 Ricchi is a unique building with amenities not found in most office buildings including an indoor atrium with bench seating and sky lights. This property has a full staff of Ricchi team members on site, 24 hour security and new amenities coming soon. Large floor plates and small suites are available. Ricchi Group's Art of Transformation is currently underway!
1300 TOWER - NEW ACQUISITION.
Ricchi Group has made another move to rejuvenate the StemmonsMarket, invest in their sixth building in the Dallas market. The latest acquisition is 1300 W. Mockingbird, a 5 story building located near the junction of Stemmons Freeway and John Carpenter Freeway. Comprised of 154,785 SF of rentable space, the building boasts one of the area’s best parking ratio’s with a prime location just 2 miles from Love Field Airport. Like all Ricchi Group properties the transformations on the inside and out will be full of Ricchi Love.
Northeast Dallas office tower sold to investor
A San Antonio-based investor has purchased a northeast Dallas office tower.
The Ricchi Group has acquired the 12-story High Point Centre office building located near the southwest corner of Greenville Avenue and LBJ Freeway.
Built in 1986, the 257,000-square-foot office building was sold by a Minnesota-based bank lender. (Read more...)
Exclusive: Leobardo Trevino snaps up another DFW office building
Real estate developer and investor Leobardo Trevino seems to be on a buying spree in Dallas-Fort Worth, once again.
Trevino closed on his fourth North Texas office building Monday afternoon and is waiting to line up his fifth acquisition in the region, he told the Dallas Business Journal in an exclusive interview. (Read more...)
2100 Ricchi Renovation
A few weeks of having acquired the property and with all the procedures in rule, the team of Ricchi Group began the remodeling of both interior and exterior of the building. It is expected that for the last quarter of the year, the project would be completed.
GYM 1111 - GRAND OPENING
We just had our Fitness Facility Grand Opening on August 2014, Everybody is Welcome to come and visit.
Brokers / June 20, 2014
The past 20 June, was held in facilities of 1111 Ricchi Tower, a broker lunch, introducing for the first time in the community of Dallas Ricchi Group, was a unique event, is told with a very crowded assistance, which had the opportunity to hear a few words from members of the group, as well as Senior Vice President of JLL. After a few fresh daisies guests were a pleasant surprise, to participate in the raffle of travel, all expenses paid, to the Riviera Maya, Mexico. And at the end of the event were presented a traditional bottle of tequila!
What will be Leobardo Trevino's next big real estate play in Dallas?
It's been a few years since developer Leobardo Trevino took an interest-- a big financial interest -- in downtown Dallas' skyline.
In that time, he's learned a bit more about Dallas and has found an even greater liking for the city that's ranked as one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. (Read more...)
HRI Properties Acquires Former LTV Tower; Statler Hilton Redevelopment Gets $43.5M Boost
The strategic revitalization of Downtown Dallas continues with two new redevelopment projects ready for takeoff.
New Orleans-based HRI Properties has acquired 1600 Pacific, a 32-story tower in downtown Dallas, in a deal that removes more than 500,000 square feet of empty office space from downtown’s vacant building inventory. The seller was an entity affiliated with Ricchi Investments of San Antonio, as reported by the Dallas Business Journal. (Read more...)