The Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce held an open house Tuesday to provide an update on planned and completed projects around the city. In the chamber’s lobby, conference rooms and hallways, guests could check out plans and details of about a dozen projects.

Among the new projects on display were Water Street, North Shore, Heritage Crossing, Whistle Stop Market, Hines Residential Development, InTown Homes, Stampede Crossing and the Irving Entertainment Center.

Also on display were details about the Irving Convention Center and the Texas Wild tennis team, which moved to Irving last year and is based at the Four Seasons.

Glory House, a catering and restaurant business based in downtown Irving, provided food for the event. There was also a drawing for three prizes.

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