• Land Your Business at DFW Airport

    Why DFW Airport

    With an impressive assembly of Fortune 500 companies within the region and a bold focus on the future, DFW Airport is...

  • Mixed Use Office/Retail

    Mixed Use Office/Retail

    These mixed-use properties offer close proximity to DFW Airport and prime locations.

  • Air Cargo /
    Aviation Use

    Air Cargo / Aviation Use

    The West Air Cargo development district is comprised of approximately 303 acres and approximately 3.2 million square feet of facilities.

  • On-Airport Hotels

    On-Airport Hotels

    Three premier on-airport hotels – the award winning Grand Hyatt DFW, Hyatt Regency DFW and Hyatt Place DFW were developed to meet the demands…

  • Industrial/Flex

    Industrial/Flex

    These properties offer close proximity to DFW Airport and prime locations for mixed-use spaces. 

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At one of the world’s largest airports, you’ll find over 17,000 acres of land – including approximately 6,000 acres available now for commercial use.

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DFW - the central force behind the growth of the North Texas region, and the catalyst for turning the Dallas/Fort Worth area into one of the nation's most prosperous and vital economies, with a significant representation of Fortune 500 companies.

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Latest News


  • Proposals sought for restaurant pad sites at Southgate Plaza

    2/21/18 9:04 AM

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  • DFW Airport Commercial Development Launches Newsletter, Land Here

    2/21/18 8:47 AM

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  • A New Way to Travel to DFW International Airport – DART Orange Line

    2/20/18 9:08 PM

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Customer Testimonials


  • "The level of involvement from DFW staff is nothing less than spectacular. They take a very active role in business and are doing something more to find new ways to help expand our business."

    Joe Goode, Senior Manager of Cargo Sales at American Airlines

  • "We've been really pleased with the support we receive from DFW. It's an excellent place to do business."

    Ed Dolanski, Former CEO of Aviall