One of North Texas’ newest health care players is expanding in Chile. Irving-based Catholic health system Christus Health signed a preliminary agreement with Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago, Chile, to jointly expand PUC’s health network. Christus, a not-for-profit health system that relocated to Las Colinas last year, has brought more than 600 jobs… Keep Reading »
Irving-based Larsen Dye Associates Architects is one of seven finalists for the 2013 Dream Big Small Business of the Year Award, the U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently announced. The Chamber picked seven finalists from the 100 Blue Ribbon Award winners. Larsen Dye Associates Architects is a commercial architecture and interior design firm in its 18th… Keep Reading »
The Four Seasons Resort and Club Dallas at Las Colinas, Baylor Medical Center at Irving and Irving Healthcare Foundation have a great relationship. Hotel staff members coordinate the annual Cool October events which raise funds for the Baylor Charles A. Sammons Center at Irving. Along with helping Baylor Irving, the foundation also raises funds for four other nonprofits–Irving Interfaith Clinic, Our… Keep Reading »
United Fashions of Texas doing business as Melrose Fashions LLC has leased 10,108 square feet of retail space at 3560 W. Airport Fwy. in Irving. Jeff Kittleson and Chris Sacks with CBRE Dallas represented the tenant in lease negotiations. Mark Cohen with CenterPoint represented the landlord.
Employment Solutions Management has leased 16,269 square feet of office space at 222 Las Colinas Blvd. in Irving. Chris Mims and Dan Paterson with Swearingen Realty Group represented the tenant in lease negotiations. John Fancher with CBRE Dallas represented the landlord.
Investar Financial Services has leased 22,503 square feet of office space at 222 W. Las Colinas Blvd. in Irving. Alan Wood and Rachel Brown of Jones Lang LaSalle represented the tenant in the negotiations. John Fancher of CBRE represented the landlord, Millennium Center LP.
It was brisk outside this morning and many students were shivering. But it’s not often that you get a chance to walk next door to honor the person your school is named after. Right after school started, all 900 or so students at J. O Davis Elementary School headed over to the home of Josie Ophelia Davis, which… Keep Reading »
Nokia has released new Windows-powered smartphones in the low- to mid-price ranges, hoping they will boost sales for the struggling Finnish handset maker. The Wall Street Journal reported that Nokia, which has operations in Irving, is making the move even as its competitors are released a number of high-end devices into the marketplace. The phones are the… Keep Reading »
Irving ISD presented the 13th annual ICE Awards this past Thursday at Irving High School. The ICE (Irving Celebration of Excellence) Awards is designed to recognize excellent achievement by students, groups of students, campuses, and the district. This year’s celebrity emcee is ICTN personality Cathy Whiteman. The Irving ISD Board of Trustees members opened the envelopes… Keep Reading »
If you haven’t visited the Irving Library in awhile, your business may be at a competitive disadvantage. One of Irving’s best kept secrets is the resources available at the library to help you grow your business! The Irving Library is a great source for finding leads using many of their on-line databases, including Reference USA. They… Keep Reading »