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How Kairoi Residential’s new mixed-used project in Fort Worth plays into ‘Stockyards recipe’

November 16, 2022 Dallas Business Journal

Kairoi Residential is getting ready to put shovels in the ground on a new mixed-use project in the Fort Worth Stockyards, making way for a first phase consisting of about 418 multifamily units. ...

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Austin Highrise Reaches 66th Floor

November 7, 2022 ConnectCRE

A partnership between three developers, San Antonio-based Kairoi Residential, Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. and San Francisco-based DivcoWest, has completed vertical construction of Sixth & Guadal...

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Partnership Completes Vertical Construction of 66-Story Mixed-Use Tower in Downtown Austin

November 4, 2022 REBusinessOnline

A partnership between three developers, San Antonio-based Kairoi Residential, Dallas-based Lincoln Property Co. and San Francisco-based DivcoWest, has completed vertical construction of Sixth & Guadal...

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A multifamily project is inbound for the Stockyards, even as city considers limiting future apartment development

November 2, 2022 Dallas Business Journal

A multifamily project that appears to be associated with San Antonio-based Kairoi Residential is gearing up to break ground in the Fort Worth Stockyards, even as the city considers a proposal to slow ...

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