12.06.21

Leftovers

Over the past year, we’ve designed and posted a promo gif from SullivanPerkins to mark various times of the year — from Groundhog Day to the Fourth of July and onward. We actually had one ready to serve you for Thanksgiving this year, but in all the hubbub of cooking, eating, and cleaning up afterwards,…

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11.29.21

To the Moon!

Those unfazed by the moon have lost their capacity for wonder. Ten days ago, as anyone who was wandering outside and looking up around 2 a.m. that Friday morning would know, the Beaver Moon lunar eclipse appeared in the night sky. This eclipse was visible for more than six hours, the longest-lasting eclipse in nearly six centuries.  Or,…

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11.09.21

More Grand News

Grandscape, the 433-acre development in The Colony, took top honors at the Global RLI Awards a month ago in London. RLI stands for Retail and Leisure International, which named Grandscape the Most Innovative Retail and Entertainment Project in the world, beating four other projects, all in Asia. We are basking in a bit of reflected glory, since SullivanPerkins named and handled the initial…

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11.03.21

Help Wanted Against the Great Resignation

In April 2021, a record 4 million people left their jobs. Through August, each succeeding month has seen a record number of departures. It’s a phenomenon that’s become known as the Great Resignation. In the wake of the pandemic, many people are rethinking what they want from work, including better benefits. On this last score,…

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10.26.21

No Need to Massage These Numbers

Our client Lake Austin Spa Resort recently announced two significant 2021 awards: recognition as the #3 Spa Resort in the U.S. in the Condé Nast Traveler Readers’ Choice Awards and the #5 Spa in the U.S. in the Travel + Leisure World’s Best Awards. Congratulations!  Over the past 20 years, we’ve handled hundreds of projects for Lake Austin,…

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10.12.21

Love and Armadillos

Now running Thursdays – Sundays until October 24 is the world premiere production of Good Latimer by Angela Hanks. The play, put on by Kitchen Dog Theater at the Trinity River Arts Center, is set in Dallas and features a couple on the rocks dealing with typical Dallas challenges, like a sky raining armadillos. The…

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10.05.21

Resting After Festing

“There is no better, more progressive, longer running cultural event in Dallas” than VideoFest, at least according to a past tribute from D Magazine. But for this long-running event, time has run out, as the last ever VideoFest came to close on October 2, after 34 years. As we have for many of those years,…

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09.27.21

Very Fonda Rhonda

Our bookkeeper Rhonda Jenkins celebrated her birthday last week. Not sure what exactly the number was (she’s the one to ask, she keeps all the numbers for us). But, we definitely counted it as an occasion to express our best wishes.

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09.21.21

A Real Shift for Commercial Real Estate?

Are you back to work at the office yet? SullivanPerkins, like many companies, is phasing in a hybrid system, where some employees are back in the office every day, some are coming for two weeks on/two weeks off, and some are working entirely from home. Moreover, like many companies, we are reassessing our commercial real…

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09.15.21

So Long, St. Joe’s

Ursuline Academy of Dallas understands tradition. The school opened in Dallas in a four-room frame house in 1874. Over the decades, as the school has grown and evolved (and moved to its present campus on Walnut Hill in 1950), numerous buildings have come and gone. As part of the most recent transformation, St. Joseph’s Hall…

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