Dallas racked up 2.1% job growth last year and is projected to continue adding jobs at a 2.8% rate through 2019 – more than 300,000 on top of the 2.1 million already in Dallas and its Plano and Irving suburbs.
"What we are seeing is a continuation of very robust growth. When you see the No. 1 and No. 2 biggest gainers are Dallas-Fort Worth and Houston, you are seeing a state that continues to have phenomenal growth,"
said Steve Murdock, a Rice University professor and former census director.
The Fort Worth Star Telegram, Steve Campbell
With net office leasing in the area running at more than 4 million square feet a year, real estate brokers say the supply of new office space is reasonable. Office vacancy rates in the D-FW area are at the lowest level in more than a decade.
The Dallas Morning News, Steve Brown
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