Brad Faber (from left) and Jay Armand with McKesson Specialty Health and Gary Barlow with Texas Center for Proton Therapy accepted the Best Real Estate Deal of 2013 award.

Brad Faber (from left) and Jay Armand with McKesson Specialty Health and Gary Barlow with Texas Center for Proton Therapy accepted the Best Real Estate Deal of 2013 award.

Texas Center for Proton Therapy was awarded the Best Deal for 2013 in the Medical Division of the Dallas Business Journal’s annual Best Real Estate Deals celebration on April 29 at the Dallas Country Club.

Irving’s four finalists in the Dallas Business Journal’s Best Real Estate Deals were Texas Center for Proton Therapy, Allstate, Epsilon and the Bridges at Las Colinas.

Irving City Councilman Brad LaMorgese, Irving Chamber Board Chairman Michael Gonzales and Irving Chamber Vice Chairman for Economic Development Mark Dailey attended the event to support Irving’s finalists.

When it opens in Irving in early 2016, the Center will be the first proton therapy center in North Texas. Texas Center for Proton Therapy will bring innovative proton therapy to cancer patients in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, nearby states and across the country.

The Texas Center for Proton Therapy will offer three proton therapy rooms, including two rotational gantries and one fixed beam room, as well as extended treatment hours to conveniently accommodate patient needs. The Center is also planning to provide the most advanced form of proton beam therapy — pencil beam scanning.

 

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