Archive for January, 2018

UNT First U.S. School to Offer Degree in Consumer Experience Management

Posted by Taylor Lowder

Amid a fast-changing global marketplace, the University of North Texas seeks to become a hub for retail expertise and educating the future professionals within the industry. 

A new degree in consumer experience management — the first of its kind in …

7 Master Innovators and Their Secret Weapons

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

On Instagram, Amber Venz Box lives a glamorous life — she is always impeccably dressed and often traveling to some interesting international locale to promote rewardStyle, the company she co-owns with husband Baxter Box. It’s genuine reality — but it

East Coast Engineering Firm Opens Office in Plano

Posted by Taylor Lowder

Civil engineering and technology firm Timmons Group is opening its first Texas office in Plano. 

The Virginia-based company recently signed an agreement to operate in Legacy Town Center III on Tennyson Parkway. The sublease was negotiated by JLL.

“Establishing a

Addison-Based MyndVR Strikes Exclusive Virtual Reality Deal with Global Tech Company

Posted by Katie Kelton

Addison-based MyndVR is teaming up with leading virtual reality content network Littlstar. 

The partnership will create VR simulations on a regular basis for older adults utilizing MyndVR’s interface and Littlstar’s streaming technology, according to the companies. The terms of the …

From Stanley Marcus to Jack Ruby, The Cedars has a History

Posted by Kerry Curry

The Cedars, named for the trees that once populated this area just south of downtown, is often called the city’s first neighborhood.

The neighborhood, which dates to the 1870s, began as a district of moderately priced homes, later becoming a …

Bullet Train Terminal Would Put Dallas’ The Cedars on Track to Economic Boon

Posted by Lance Murray

The Cedars neighborhood south of downtown Dallas is one of the city’s first and most-historic areas, one that has suddenly been thrust into a highly visible, prominent place in the city’s future.

Monday’s announcement by Texas Central Partners that it …

The Cedars: Urban Life Takes Root

Posted by Kerry Curry

Bennett Miller is gone now but the Dallas urban pioneer — who bristled at being called a real estate developer — was the first to reimagine buildings in The Cedars when most people were avoiding this neighborhood situated on the

First Look: The Ambassador Hotel Redevelopment in The Cedars

Posted by Lance Murray

Dallas Innovates Innovative Spaces SeriesThe 112-year-old, six-story Ambassador Hotel in The Cedars neighborhood is being adapted into micro-multifamily units. Owners and developers Jim and Amanda Lake are planning for the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of the historic hotel with amenities on the ground floor

Master Minds:
North Texas Idea Generators

Posted by Nicholas Sakelaris

From startups changing the way we travel and how brands can tell stories to inventions bringing new solutions to the health care and wireless industries, these North Texas innovators are making a name for themselves. 


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Crowdfunding: Fort Worth’s Harvest Returns Working to Simplify Agriculture Investments

Posted by Kerry Curry

A trip to a Panama coffee plantation a few years ago got Chris Rawley thinking about how to make agricultural investments more available to the masses.

Rawley, who has been a Texas real estate investor since 2000, contributed to his …