Dallas, TX – The Dallas Mavericks and Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban say they are “happy” that the city has finally passed a $1 billion bond measure that will help fund the development of the city.
In the wake of the recent wildfires that ravaged Texas, Dallas residents and residents of surrounding areas are looking to Dallas for a place to live.
However, the Mavericks owners said the bond measures that passed in Houston, Dallas and other cities are going to be more cost-effective than what the city was proposing.
“I think we’re just happy that we’re in a place that is actually able to fund this bond and not have to spend millions of dollars that we were not able to spend on it,” Cuban told the Dallas Morning News.
“So we think it’s the right thing to do.” “
A number of major developments have been planned in Dallas. “
So we think it’s the right thing to do.”
A number of major developments have been planned in Dallas.
The Dallas Cowboys and the Dallas Mavericks will open a stadium in 2019.
The stadium is scheduled to be completed by the end of 2021.
The city will also begin to phase in a new police force and hire more officers.
Other projects include a new Walmart Supercenter that will open in 2018, a new grocery store and restaurant and an upscale apartment building.
The Mavericks are also planning a luxury hotel and condo development in the city, and plans for an arena that would be used for the 2018 NBA Finals and beyond.
Dallas is a popular vacation destination for locals and tourists.
The metro area has one of the highest rates of homeownership in the country, with homeownership rates in Dallas topping 70 percent.
There are currently 1,000 listings for homes in the Dallas area, and the median price of a home is $1.8 million.