Lightbeam Health Solutions Is Relocating Its HQ from Las Colinas to Cypress Waters

Lightbeam says its HQ move to Cypress Waters will increase the company's footprint in Dallas-Fort Worth by 50% and marks the next chapter in the company's rapid expansion.

Lightbeam Health Solutions, a leader in population health enablement solutions and services, has leased around 33,000 square feet at Cypress Waters to relocate its headquarters from Las Colinas.

Lightbeam said the relocation to 2999 Olympus Blvd., will increase its footprint in Dallas-Fort Worth by 50% and marks the next chapter in the company’s rapid expansion.

JLL’s Cribb Altman, Jon McNeil, and Harrison Burt represented Lightbeam in the lease. Marijke Lantz Flowers represented the landlord and owner, Billingsley Co.

HQ move follows Lightbeam’s release of free health equity strategy

News of Lightbeam’s HQ move follows its January release of the industry’s first no-cost health equity strategy in-a-box solution.

Called Radian, the solution is powered by Lightbeam’s health equity AI engine and requires just a ZIP code. It aggregates clinical and social data across more than 4,500 factors that are three times more granular than the Social Vulnerability Index, giving providers an executive-level view of health disparities within a community.

Needed more space for its growing team

“As our clientele expands, it became necessary for us to secure additional space for our growing team,” Jeff Peterson, CFO at Lightbeam Health Solutions, said in a statement. “The new location not only allows us to maintain exceptional service for our current clients, but also provides opportunities for hiring and retaining top talent.”

The new headquarters is a five-minute drive from DFW International Airport, and its location at Cypress Waters is positioned near heavily sought-after, prosperous demographic areas such as Coppell, Southlake, and Irving, JLL noted.

Amenities include nearby walking trails and lakeside restaurants

Amenities at the new location include a fitness center, conference center, walkability to a variety of lakeside restaurants, a concert venue, and outdoor green spaces with bike and walking trails.

“With the relocation of its headquarters, Lightbeam will continue to have a strong presence in the DFW area,” Cribb Altman, managing director of JLL Dallas, said in a statement. “The prime location, state-of-the-art facilities and amenities, and dynamic environment offered by Cypress Waters are exactly what companies need to attract and retain top talent in today’s competitive job market. I’m thrilled that Lightbeam has made the move, and I look forward to their next stage of growth.”

In addition to its North Texas headquarters, Lightbeam has offices in Horsham, Pennsylvania, and St. Louis, Missouri.

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