Business

Posted By Kendall Louis on 2018 Jul 11 - 11:18am

When John Goff and Fort Worth-based Crescent Real Estate repurchased Rosewood’s Crescent Hotel in 2016 (a hotel he previously owned in the ’90s), the first order of business was changing the name — it promptly returned to Hotel Crescent Court. Up next? Just a $33 million redesign...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Jul 11 - 10:46am

Just west of Interstate 35 at the Golden Triangle exit, the office, warehouse and retail space, currently available for lease, was built entirely from shipping containers — 120 of them to be exact. The new complex includes a two-story, 24-site beauty salon made out of 10 containers. Denton-...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 Jul 11 - 10:42am

The new Fort Worth location, the 13th store for the Atlanta-based company, spans 12,484 square feet and sits on a prominent corner facing Monahans Avenue. The retailer is known for classic European-inspired and modern pieces as well as customizable furniture and drapes. Displays at the new store...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2018 Jun 20 - 12:52pm

Over the course of seven years, Brett and Kara Phillips have moved nine times. While all of us share the basic needs to eat, breathe and sleep, the Phillips can only be sustained if they are able to create. “A project for us is never about the location or the size or the budget...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 May 31 - 4:23pm

Fort Worth fine artist Allison Castillo finds inspiration for new work everywhere, from vibrantly colored Mexican handcrafts to translucent blue water swirling in the bath she takes after a long day. It’s a good thing, too, because Castillo’s art has never been in greater demand. From...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 May 23 - 5:01pm

 Businesses open and close and open and close in the West Seventh area. But, bars, they just open and stay open. The city reports that trend led to a 38 percent increase in overall crime in the area from 2015 to 2017. Most of the crimes — the majority of which are vehicle burglaries,...

Posted By ScottNishimura2 on 2018 May 4 - 3:12pm

TCU Neeley School of Business, Fort Worth, Homer Erekson
O. Homer Erekson, the John V. Roach Dean of the Neeley School of Business at TCU, will step down as dean in May 2019, Erekson told faculty and staff. Erekson, named dean in March 2008, will continue at TCU Neeley as a faculty member, the Neeley School said. “A search committee will be put in...

Posted By Tony Ford on 2018 May 4 - 2:24pm

Quick, make a mental list of the people whom you depend on to be happy, healthy and successful. Chances are it includes your family members, friends, co-workers, employees, trusted professional, clients, vendors, health care professionals, and others. Now, ask yourself the question: How am I...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2018 May 4 - 2:21pm

It’s official. The BAC Education Foundation — a local nonprofit that provides support to entrepreneurs and startups in the area — has rebranded as the AccelerateDFW Foundation. The rebrand is an effort, in part to clarify the organization’s independence from the city (it...

Posted By Anonymous on 2018 May 4 - 2:15pm

More than half of U.S. employees were “not engaged,” according to a Gallup Poll. Why’s that important? Giving employees a voice leads to more engagement and greater success, says Keith Martino, a leadership expert. “When we provide employees with access to the corporate...

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