Business

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jul 6 - 4:17pm

Call it a groundbreaking. Or more like, a building-smashing.  Either way, construction has begun on The River East -- a 322,019-square-foot mixed-use project at 2900 Race St. -- marked by the ceremonial smash of a wrecking ball against a vacant building that will be torn down to make way for...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 23 - 1:54pm

About 35 minutes from Fort Worth, nestled between winding roads, stately houses and stretches of open land, a school sits on top of a hill. The campus, covering about 23 acres, is not out of place from its surroundings – the buildings are noted for their wood and stone architecture,...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 23 - 1:23pm

| by Samantha Calimbahin with Kacie Galloway | From atop the hill at the intersection of Heritage Trace Parkway and Interstate 35 West, the Fort Worth skyline comes into view 10 miles to the south, but turn west, and what was once a couple of small neighborhoods and horse ranches is now a sea of...

Posted By Jennifer Casseday-Blair on 2017 Jun 21 - 5:02pm

Wearing many hats, including those of Westlake town manager and superintendent of Westlake Academy, means every day is different for Tom Brymer. “The variety of my responsibilities is one of the things that makes my job both challenging and fun. Some days I’m dealing with development...

Posted By Anonymous on 2017 Jun 21 - 4:42pm

Five additional restaurants have been added to the lineup for The Shops at Clearfork – the 500,000-square-foot, open-air center that is home to the new Neiman Marcus. New names include: rise no.3. A Dallas-based French restaurant serving sweet and savory soufflés. As the name suggests...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 Jun 5 - 4:54pm

What once served as a pasta factory will soon become the production hub for at least three local businesses. Real estate development group M2G Ventures is rehabbing the 42,000-square-foot O.B. Macaroni building, located at 108 South Freeway off Interstate 35. Three tenants – W Durable Goods...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 5:27pm

How Lauren and Andrew Blake weave design into their marriage and their busy professional lives.

Lauren and Andrew Blake are looking for a shade of blue. Not just any shade of blue. A bright, neon aqua sort of blue. They’ve only seen it in places like Morocco or Mexico. They’ve taken pictures of it. But when they try to replicate it back home in the states, they just can’t...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2017 May 30 - 4:57pm

When one restaurant leaves, another opens. Here are two restaurateurs who did it right.

Fort Worth restaurants like Mercury Chop House and Waters have been riding on a carousel of sorts. When Vivo 53 closed its location in The Tower last year, Mercury Chop House moved in, picking up from its previous location at 301 Main St., where it had been for more than 15 years. Then Waters...

Posted By Molly Jenkins on 2017 May 30 - 4:47pm

These days it seems there is an app for everything. Despite popular belief, acquiring one for your business isn’t as hard as it may seem.

With every big technology update, there is a shift in the business world. Many companies are jumping on the bandwagon, evolving their businesses digitally through mobile applications, or apps. Fort Worth’s own Righteous Foods, for example, recently developed an app that allows customers...

Posted By Laura Belpedio on 2017 May 30 - 4:43pm

Five Tips to Become a Better Networker

Happy hours, after-hour mixers and social events are old school. Networking has become a different game, and in today’s world, a more beneficial way to connect and build relationships may be through volunteering or getting involved in a community program in which your interests align with...

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