How to buy green market in Dallas
The city of Dallas, one of the country’s fastest growing metro areas, has seen its green market market prices skyrocket to $25 per square foot.
In the first half of 2018, prices for retail green markets have skyrocketed to nearly $35 per square feet.
That’s an increase of more than $60,000 in a month, according to market analysis firm CBRE.
That’s almost 50 percent more than the average price for a retail green market that opened in 2016.
In 2017, the median price of a retail market was $30 per square-foot.
In 2018, that’s up to $42 per square.
The Dallas market, which opened last year, is now home to more than 50,000 businesses and is growing at a pace that’s more than 20 percent per year, according.
The city is also seeing a significant increase in the number of people who want to buy food.
Market analysis firm IDC says the number rose from 7,400 to 15,900 last year.
That compares to an increase in 2,000 or so people from the year before.
This year’s numbers are expected to continue rising.
IDC expects the number to top 16,000 by 2020, up from about 15,000 this year.
The city of Austin has seen the number rise to about 18,000 for the first time in its history, up almost 10 percent from the first quarter of this year, the company said.
In San Francisco, which has a bigger market, the number is at about 13,000, up 9 percent from last year’s figure.
In Miami, the total is expected to be around 10,000 at the end of the year, up about 10 percent.