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The Foch Street Warehouses is a series of three former warehouses that have been redeveloped into modern multi-use buildings housing retail, restaurant, office, and creative tenants. The buildings are located in the Fort Worth’s exciting new mixed use urban district: the West 7th Street Corridor part of Fort Worth’s Cultural District.


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The PegasusAblon Generational Asset Program was created to make investments in income-producing North Texas real estate. The assets we acquire will have permanently attractive characteristics, but they are unlikely to be “trophy” assets. We are seeking the best assets in locations that are unlikely to decline over time, but such locations may vary widely in their current class, and the assets will vary accordingly in yield.

Current Properties:

City Line Corner

University Place

2937 Greenville

For more information on this program, contact Chandler Huntsman chuntsman@pegasusablon.com

From dallasbusinessjournal.com

Special Report: Fixing Dallas’ Highway System

Proposed Fair Park redevelopment shows potential benefits of I-30 upgrade.

Taking a side

When Mike Ablon began buying up properties in the Dallas Design District, he knew accessibility to the artsy neighborhood fronting the Trinity River was paramount.

It took time, but, with the help of city and community leaders, Ablon and other stakeholders helped bring greater accessibility from the Dallas North Tollway to Oak Lawn Avenue, which was an important step in connecting the Design District to the rest of Dallas.

The access also helped push the Design District to the forefront. It is now one of Dallas’ hottest neighborhoods undergoing significant transformation.

“When you put the on- and off- ramp at Oak Lawn and look at what happened to Old Parkland and the Design District, those wouldn’t have happened without that help,” said Ablon, the founding principal at Dallas-based PegasusAblon. “It’s about improving a city’s fabric and tying it together.”


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