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AT&T and Southwest Airlines are adopting artificial intelligence and automation solutions, investing in workforce development, and delivering new services to keep up with their customers’ evolving demands.
An Indiana-based marketing firm is moving its operations to Dallas. LST Marketing is relocating its head office from Indianapolis to a building in Dallas' Knox Street district north of downtown.
The new pedestrian bridge connecting Dallas-based Southwest Airlines Co. headquarters building to an adjacent training operation support building near Dallas Love Field has been completed and is open to the airline's employees.
The Dallas area real estate market isn't built out of bricks and mortar. It's jobs that keep construction cranes swinging and homebuilders creating new subdivisions. As of October, the area was the top market in the U.S. for yr-over-yr employment gains.
Dallas-based Interstate Batteries announced a partnership with Advance Auto Parts that will put its product in nearly 4,900 of the retailer's stores, the two companies announced today.
North Texas has its share of dynamic technology companies and a new list by DevMountain reveals the top 10 “coolest” employers in the region. DevMountain is a coding school for entrepreneurs, designers, and programmers.
Developer Billingsley Co. has filed construction permits for the next office building in its 1,000-acre Cypress Waters development. The 3201 Olympus Boulevard project will have 250,000 square feet of space in a five-story building.
Dallas' West End is popular with tourists and is home to hundreds of apartment renters. Developers are hoping that the turn of the 20th-century warehouse district will also attract new office tenants.
When a group of investment partners closed on one of downtown's skyscrapers about 18 months ago, they knew it needed a massive transformation. That led them to spend nearly $20 million upgrading the building.
International real estate firm Savills Studley is relocating its local office from the 'burbs to downtown's Chase Tower. The commercial real estate firm is growing its North Texas office by about 15 percent with the lease.
On Wednesday, Crescent Real Estate broke ground on The Luminary, a 100K-SF office building in the West End. The building will feature SageGlass, an auto-tinting window containing chemicals that react to low voltage electric current.
Sometimes, the answer to a riddle materializes before your eyes. Such was the case with Dr. Dan McCoy of Blue Cross and Blue Shield, who had been wrestling for years with the challenge of reducing unnecessary healthcare costs while improving patient care.
North Texas has one of the fastest-growing office markets in the country.What's growing even faster are the number of shared-office facilities in Dallas-Fort Worth. Companies that provide co-working operations have more than four dozen locations in D-FW.
When it comes to Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design-certified (LEED) projects, North Texas is a bright spot in the state. Dallas, Fort Worth, and Arlington have more than half of the 6,945 LEED-certified residential construction projects in TX.
By 2017's end, RewardStyle is expected to influence $1 billion in retail sales, according to the Dallas Business Journal. Amber Venz Box and husband Baxter Box developed the platform in 2011 to drive online sales using social media and blog influencers.
Education services company UWorld has signed a lease for 50,000 square feet of office space at 9111 Cypress Water Boulevard in northwest Dallas. The company, which specializes in exam prep for licensing exams, plans to make the move in early 2018.
The booming Cypress Waters development northwest of Dallas has landed another major business tenant. Education firm UWorld is moving its office from Las Colinas to a new Cypress Waters building north of LBJ Freeway.
Fortune 500 energy firm HollyFrontier Corp. is expanding its corporate headquarters at 2828 North Harwood Street in Dallas' Uptown neighborhood. The company is set to occupy 90,000 square feet at the tower, a mixed-use development.
When Tech EdVentures started offering its technology courses three years ago, it had 16 students. Now, it provides instruction at 16 locations throughout Dallas-Fort Worth and has touched the lives of more than 3,000 children.
Out of the 225 businesses on Forbes’ 2017 America’s Largest Private Companies list, eight are from North Texas. To make the list, companies’ revenue from the most recent full fiscal year had to be greater than $2 billion.
Inc. is rolling out its annual ranking of the fastest-growing companies in the U.S., and the roster of 5,000 is dotted with Dallas-Fort Worth firms. In Texas, Dallas-Fort Worth's 185 companies in the ranking easily outpaced Houston (113) and Austin (91).
Dallas-based Southwest Airlines finished at the top of the airline category in a national survey measuring the trustworthiness of the nation’s largest brands in seven key industries. But what does trustworthiness mean for an airline?
More than 100 big-name companies have linked up with Cristo Rey Dallas College Prep for its Corporate Work Study Program. Students will work one day a week during the coming year to earn more than 60 percent of their tuition.
The Delta Cos., a major physician and health care staffing firm with operations across the U.S., is moving its HQ to Cypress Waters on LBJ Fwy. Delta is relocating from Farmers Branch to a new office building under construction overlooking North Lake.
Global engineering firm Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. has decided to buy one of its rivals — Denver-based CH2M HILL Companies Ltd. — in a deal valued at $3.27 billion, which will give the Dallas-based firm a much-needed foothold in the United Kingdom.
As part of the second generation running Half-Price Books, CEO Sharon Anderson Wright says she hears one question often: “Oh, you’re still in business?” But not only is the 45-year-old Dallas-based company surviving, it’s also finding new ways to compete.
A New York-based shared office concept is bringing its first upscale coworking concept to the Dallas Arts District with the help of Dallas developer Craig Hall, who recently invested an undisclosed sum in the company.
Ernst & Young said Thursday that it’s investing $10 million to expand its Dallas footprint by 14,000 square feet, as the company goes after the crowded cybersecurity market. The new cybersecurity center will house 300 employees.
KPMG has expanded its space in the Dallas Arts District, for a total of 193,430 square feet in its namesake KPMG Plaza at Hall Arts tower. The firm expects to be in the new space by the end of summer.
For the last few years, office investors have snapped up billions of dollars of real estate in North Texas. And Dallas has made it onto a short list of the best markets to continue buying office buildings.
Dallas-based Senderra Specialty Pharmacy is trying to ease the pain of getting some of today’s most expensive drugs into the hands of patients. You’ve seen commercials telling you to ask your doctor about drugs that treat myriad diseases and conditions.
One of North Dallas' best-known business addresses dating back to the 1950s is getting a total makeover. The more than 1 million-square-foot Energy Square development on North Central Expressway is home to more than 300 tenants and recently had a redo.
Real estate co. JLL has released its "Cracking the Hardest Code: Where to Find Tech Talent" report, which identifies cities with the highest concentration of people in tech. Dallas was recognized as a top five city for its number of software developers.
The Dallas law office of Calhoun, Bhella & Sechrest LLP signed on to renew its current space at Republic Center in downtown—and then some. Under the new lease, the firm will go from occupying 2,987 square feet of space to 5,975 square feet.
Shared workspace provider WeWork has opened its downtown Dallas location, which the firm says will be its "Southern headquarters." New York-based WeWork rented 84,000 square feet of office space in the Thanksgiving Tower on Elm Street.
Dallas-Fort Worth accounts for 22 of the 50 public companies in Texas to make it onto this year's Fortune 500 ranking. Locally, ExxonMobil and AT&T continue to hold down the top two spots based on 2016 revenue.
People around the world know Dr. Kenneth H. Cooper as the father of aerobics. But there’s another side to him: Ken Cooper, businessman. Yes, he’s still a physician first. But being a good businessman has been his great enabler.
BenefitMall is moving its head office into 42,989 square feet in the Park Central development near the southwest corner of LBJ Freeway and U.S. Highway 75.BenefitMall will have its office in the Hidden Grove building at 12404 Park Central Drive.
A new aircrew training facility and office building have been completed at Southwest Airlines' corporate campus in Dallas. A total of 800,000 sq. ft. has been added. The training center is 375,000 square feet and will house 18 flight simulators.
Banking giant Comerica Bank (NYSE: CMA) has extended its massive office lease in its namesake skyscraper in downtown Dallas, which keeps the bank in the tower where it has been for a decade.
One of downtown Dallas' most familiar towers is in the midst of a major makeover that will bring additional parking and a new look to the skyline. Owners of the 60-story rocket-shaped Fountain Place are spending more than $70 M on the office building.
Dallas-based Texas Instruments Inc., a large supplier of semiconductors to the automotive industry, has developed new mmWave sensor chips that it says are the most precise and smallest such sensors on the market.
Dallas is Big D for a reason. Bigger, better, best: that’s the Dallas mindset. From the gigantic Cowboys stadium in Arlington to the burgeoning northern suburbs to the posh Arts District downtown, Dallasites are reinventing their metropolis almost daily.
Global infrastructure service firm AECOM (NYSE: ACM) plans to relocate its regional headquarters from the InfoMart building near downtown Dallas to Galleria Towers, which will consolidate more than 250 employees in one office.
Global technology-recruitment firm Frank Recruitment Group is expanding its Dallas footprint, moving into 12,000 SF of office space at Ross Tower. The Dallas office is the company's first in Texas. Move-in is planned for June 5th.
Around the end of 2015, the out-of-town owners of the 61-year-old Meadows Building on Greenville Avenue pitched architect Craig Melde on plans for their new purchase. Melde met them in the lobby of the two-story wing along Greenville near Lovers Lane.
More proof that pricey building redos are paying off. The Galleria Towers in North Dallas - which is just finishing up a $16 million makeover - has landed another major office tenant, marketing firm Ansira Partners.
RED Development has landed the corporate office of Dallas-based Primoris Services Corp. in The Union, a massive mixed-use development near Uptown. The engineering firm has leased about 14,000 square feet and plans to move in by early 2019.
Lone Wolf Real Estate Technologies, a Canada-based software firm, is relocating its US headquarters to 717 North Harwood Street in downtown Dallas. Lone Wolf is leasing 25,000 sq. ft. and plans to have 150 jobs in the new location.
Reel FX Animation Studio (The Book of Life, Free Birds) has launched a sister company, Flight School, aimed at developing projects for virtual reality and other emerging platforms.
As more multifamily/mixed-use developments add culinary experiences that not only appeal to the multifamily dwellers but also surrounding residents, office/mixed-use properties are now finding the destination restaurant concept has the same effect.
In addition to opening its latest coworking space in downtown Dallas' Thanksgiving Tower, WeWork is also setting up its southern regional HQ here as well. This will be WeWork's largest coworking space in DFW, with 84,000 sq. ft., room for 1,600 people.
The corner of Main and Akard Streets is about to light up with new retail and renovation at the Adolphus Tower, a mid-century office high-rise. Developer Mike Hoque's plans call for new boutique office space, retail and/or an eatery.
The final building in an award-winning office campus in the Oak Lawn neighborhood is about to begin construction. A 96,000 sq. ft. building will be added in the northwest corner of Old Parkland campus developed by Crow Holdings and open in 2019.
Akin Gump, an international law firm, will move its Dallas headquarters to a new mixed-use Uptown development. The firm has signed a lease for 68,000 sq. ft. in The Union Dallas project at Cedar Springs and Akard near Victory Park.
The Hillwood companies, the organization owned by Dallas' Perot family, has moved into its near headquarters along Turtle Creek north of Uptown. The campus incorporates the natural beauty of the site with the family's vast history.
Financial group Civitas Capital is moving its headquarters to One Arts Plaza in the Dallas Arts District, having signed a lease for 24,724 square feet of office space in the building. Other building tenants include Edward Jones, EnLink, and Industrious.
To help recruit young professionals to its workforce, international finance powerhouse Goldman Sachs will consolidate its regional offices in the Trammell Crow Center, located in downtown Dallas at 2001 Ross Ave.
Technology giant Amazon has more than doubled its offices at Dallas' Galleria Towers, renting an additional 100,000 sq. ft. of space at 13155 Noel Road. The Galleria office complex was recently renovated with new amenities and an upgraded parking garage.