Collin Creek Mall update leads this week’s 5 hottest Dallas headlines

Editor’s note: A lot has happened this week so here is your chance to be caught up with. Read on for the week’s most popular headlines.

1. New project for the old Collin Creek Mall Plano and other news from Dallas. This compilation of Dallas news just before the vacation break was packed with updates to a plan for the old Collin Creek Mall in Plano, known as Shingle Mountain, evictions in Dallas and a sacred ceremony hosted by DART to ring in a new railroad line.

2. Property prices in Dallas-Fort Worth could rise so high in 2021, according to a new forecast. If a new forecast is correct, the median home price in Dallas-Fort Worth would hit at least $ 316,000 in 2021, and home sales growth would outperform that of the other three major cities in Texas. Realtor.com predicts that DFW will see combined sales and price growth of 15.7 percent in the real estate market over the next year compared to 2020.

3. Addison location of the Flying Saucer Dallas craft beer chain is tapping. A craft beer chain in Dallas closes a location in Addison that has existed for 25 years. The Flying Saucer Draft Emporium in 14fort9 Montfort Dr. (officially Dallas) closes on its last day on December 31st. The closure was announced on the bar’s Facebook page.

4. The Billionaire of Dallas-Fort Worth rules as queen of America’s richest dynasty, Forbes says. According to a ranking published by Forbes on December 17, the Walton family is once again the richest family in the United States. Her net worth: $ 247 billion. Fort Worth billionaire Alice Walton, the only daughter of Walmart founder Sam Walton’s net worth, accounts for just over a quarter of the family’s fortune.

5. The new café in Frisco is for Java freaks and newbies alike. Despite the unfavorable chances of 2020, a new café opened in Frisco, where some particularly creative coffee drinks and beans are roasted. It’s called Lemma Coffee, and it’s a bold store located at 9250 Dallas Pkwy. It reopened on the corner of Main Street in a small center called World Cup Plaza. There are charming locals here with special drinks and a doting service.

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