Vote FOR Prop 3 and Prop 6

Early voting ends TOMORROW. The Chamber urges you to vote early and vote FOR Prop 3 and Prop 6. Click here for a list of early voting locations near you. Click here for a sample ballot. The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber is proud to be part of the coalition to pass Proposition 6, a constitutional amendment that… Keep Reading »

Aerotropolis America Conference Tours – Irving

The Commercial Real Estate Team from the DFW International Airport and the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce’s Economic Development team  provided 3 buses of attendees to the inaugural Aerotropolis Americas Conference and Exhibition with a bus tour of DFW International Airport development as well as a tour of Irving to see first-hand the importance… Keep Reading »

DBJ reveals CFO of the Year winners

The Dallas Business Journal honored 24 top CFOs Thursday, naming winners in eight categories. The annual CFO of the Year awards luncheon was held at the Hyatt Regency Dallas, honoring CFOs from North Texas companies such as Le Duff America, Solera Holdings, Communities Foundation of Texas and Ecom Atlantic. Fred Savelsbergh, CFO of Baylor and the newly… Keep Reading »

Ribbon Cutting Recap – Acosta & Associates

A new law office opened in Heritage Crossing. The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce hosted a Ribbon Cutting at Acosta & Associates. The new office is located on 619 E. 2nd Street Irving, Texas 75060. For more information contact 214-614-8939. To see all ribbon cutting photos visit our flickr account:

Irving City Council approves deal for Texas Musicians Museum

Gloria Hernandez of Neighborsgo reports that the Irving City Council approved a development agreement last week that will bring the Texas Musicians Museum to the Downtown Irving Heritage Crossing District. The museum, previously located in Waxahachie’s historic Rogers Hotel, will be at 222 E. Irving Blvd. The plan comes as part of the city’s push to revitalize its historic downtown…. Keep Reading »

Irving-based VHA Inc. named among best places to work

VHA Inc. announces it has been named on Modern Healthcare‘s annual list of Best Places to Work in Healthcare for the sixth time. The recognition is for outstanding performance in economic development, employee retention and satisfaction. VHA is a national network of not-for-profit healthcare organizations whose mission is to deliver expert guidance and solutions that drive exceptional financial,… Keep Reading »

Commission OKs mixed-use development

The Planning and Zoning Commission on Monday approved a two-lot site for a mixed-use development at the Las Colinas Urban Center. Developers are planning the first phase of the two-phase project, which includes a five-story building with 371 apartments and about 1,400-square-feet of retail space next to the DART station. The council approved the development… Keep Reading »

Couple donates $12 million to upgrade University of Dallas Business School

In 1979, Satish Gupta took a chance after seeing a University of Dallas recruitment poster in India and applied to graduate school halfway around the world. Though it was a big leap for him and his wife, Yasmin, the two found themselves at home at the small Catholic university in Irving. Now they are showing… Keep Reading »

Lawmakers, business leaders tout benefits of Prop 3

Local lawmakers joined with business leaders to urge support for Proposition 3 on in the Nov. 5 election as a boon to the aerospace industry and the Texas economy. Former Deputy Secretary of Defense Gordon England, a Fort Worth area resident, said the aerospace and aviation industry is “the jewel in Texas” because it is a… Keep Reading »

ICT’S Mainstage Irving-Las Colinas Announces The Cast Of Our Town by Thornton Wilder Directed by Bruce R. Coleman

ICT’s MainStage Irving-Las Colinas will present OUR TOWN by Thornton Wilder November 1-16 at the Irving Arts Center’s Dupree Theater (3333 N. MacArthur Blvd., Irving, TX 75062). Tickets range from $16-21 and are available through the Irving Arts Center Box Office (972-252-2787/ Grover’s Corner, New Hampshire, 1901… Over a century away from us, but… Keep Reading »