Southeast Dallas Commercial Real Estate Market
Southeast Dallas is primarily a residential submarket, stretching from Downtown Dallas to the west, to I-635 (LBJ Freeway) to the east. The area is depressed economically and is home to very little office inventory.
Most of the employment in the submarket is in the industrial sector, and the majority of the population consists of blue-collar workers without college degrees. On the upside, the DART Green Line has six stops in the submarket, providing the potential for transit-oriented development to arise at some point.
There are also a few areas designated as opportunity zones in the submarket.
Furthermore, the City of Dallas, with its Grow South initiative, continues to spearhead efforts to revitalize close-in neighborhoods like Fair Park, as well as other downtrodden areas in South Dallas, paving the way for future development.
Despite tight vacancies, both relative to the submarket's historical average and the metro average, rent growth has underperformed the metro this cycle. Southeast Dallas is illiquid, and institutional capital rarely makes its way to the submarket. Only a handful of trades take place per year, and most of those involve local buyers and sellers.
Property types are as follows:
Office 131 Buildings/15 MSF
Warehouse 253 Buildings/8.1 MSF
Medical 8 Buildings/208 KSF
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