Live Nation calls the Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory “Exceptional”

Global entertainment powerhouse Live Nation says it is ecstatic about operating the Pavilion at the Irving Music Factory, and Live Nation knows its business. In 2015, the U.S. corporation promoted 25,000 concerts that drew more than 63 million fans worldwide. Its portfolio includes arenas, amphitheaters, festivals, theaters and clubs. Its parent company, Live Nation Entertainment,… Keep Reading »

Irving volleyball standout Liz Flores named ‘One Irving Scholar Athlete of the Month’

Liz Flores was named the One Irving Scholar Athlete of the Month for May. The award is presented by the Irving ISD Athletic Department, in partnership with the Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce and ESPN Dallas, to a student who has shown extraordinary dedication and achievement in sports and in the classroom. As a… Keep Reading »

City of Irving, Indigo Group to unveil Business, Innovation Center in Heritage District

  Beginning in May, business and community innovators will have the opportunity to soak in a 180-degree view of downtown Irving while leveraging support and professional guidance from business leaders, colleges and professional organizations. The Irving Innovation Center will be renamed The Study: Irving’s Innovation Center, and will open its doors in the former Irving… Keep Reading »

Economic Engines: Irving-Las Colinas ‘built for business,’ has fun side too

Multiple 1,000-job corporate prospects have Irving-Las Colinas on their radar. Meanwhile, the city has become a more well-rounded place for employers as they recruit an increasingly diverse talent base. To view the full article, please visit: Presented by Dallas Business Journal

City Council hears update on road construction projects

  The City of Irving Capital Improvement Program Director Casey Tate and Traffic and Transportation Director Dan Vedral provided an update at the April 21 City Council meeting. It includes an explanation of the process to evaluate all 1,400 lane miles of roadway in the city, as well as which roads will be prioritized for… Keep Reading »

Why 7-Eleven is wooing millennial customers, workers

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Irving-based company sells drilling land for $266 million to fledgling Austin oil and gas company

The exploration and production company acquired 20,000 net acres in the West Texas Midland Basin from one of the most active drillers in the region. To view the full article, please visit: Presented by Dallas Business Journal

Want to part of the 2018 Leadership Irving-Las Colinas Class? Application deadline is August 4

The Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce is now accepting applications for its 2017 Leadership Irving-Las Colinas Class. Application must be received by Friday, August 4, 2017. Leadership Irving-Las Colinas is a reputable eight-month program that provides education and awareness of community opportunities, challenges and resources through classes in leadership development, community involvement, public safety, education,… Keep Reading »

Businesses invited to Midtown Express open house

SouthGate Constructors, the lead contractor for the Midtown Express project, will host an open house 4 to 7 p.m. May 18 at Christ Church, 1750 E. Airport Freeway to update residents and businesses on the progress that has been made to date on the $847 million project, as well as what is still to come… Keep Reading »

City of Irving Revenue Opportunities

  The City of Irving has the following revenue opportunities: 156M-17 Police Department School Crossing Guard Service 146V-17 Microfilm Conversion 148V-17 Heavy Truck Suspension Parts and Repair & Tire Repair 153V-17 Automotive Lubricants Supplemental II 154V-17 Heavy Truck Brakes and Parts II 157D-17F Annual Sub-Surface Utility Exploration (Potholing) Contract For details on each of these… Keep Reading »