Dallas developer in line to buy blighted brewery

Matthews Southwest, one of Dallas’ most well-known, well-financed and, lately, most talked about developers has the island’s vacant Falstaff Brewery building, at 33rd and Church streets, under contract. But what Jack Matthews, president of Matthews Southwest, plans to do with the property should he acquire it isn’t clear.

Blight made right? One of Dallas’ most well-known, well-financed and, lately, most talked about developers has the island’s vacant Falstaff Brewery building under contract, which implies the possibility of a massive makeover of a blighted property.

But what Jack Matthews, president of Matthews Southwest, plans to do with the property should he acquire it isn’t clear. Company officials confirmed they were in early negotiations to buy the property, but policy prevented them from commenting until a transaction was finalized.

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Laura Elder is a reporter for The Daily News. Biz Buzz appears Tuesdays and Thursdays. Email your tips and suggestions to laura.elder@galvnews.com.

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