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The Heart of Frisco

By Allie Spletter February 2016 issue of Frisco Style Magazine Pages 44 – 55 Link to Article – Frisco Style Magazine Online
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A Workplace Paradise in Las Colinas

What does it take to turn a 30 year old  building into an attractive, functional, and even relaxing work environment for a large tenant?  Two things: Developer Wolverine Interests and lead tenant VHA Inc. Spirit of Las Colinas Article Summer …
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Socializing in the Square

By DANIELLE ABRIL dabril@neighborsgo.com Link to Article Published: 18 April 2013 10:09 AM Updated: 18 April 2013 01:39 PM Lauren Williams rarely ever travels farther than a couple minutes from her apartment at the Residences at Frisco Square. “We wanted …
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A Texas Power Play

New York Times Magazine by Bill Bancroft,  Published June 11, 1989 Among those present was James C. Leslie, Staubach’s 33-year-old chief financial officer, a deliberate man with an M.B.A. from the University of Michigan. In the course of the conversation, …
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Leslie Named CEO of Cresa

by Christine Perez  May 01, 2012 at 1:46 p Jim Leslie Today marks Jim Leslie’s first day as the new chief executive officer of Cresa, a national firm that specializes in tenant representation. The former president and chief operating officer …
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Cinemark Opening Attracts Visitors to Frisco Square

Link to Article By Jessica Rush, jrush@acnpapers.com Dec 21, 2010 According to industry statistics, about 80 percent of movie-goers eat out before or after watching their film of choice. If the numbers stay true in Frisco, businesses around Frisco Square, …
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Cinemark Construction Right on Schedule

By Jessica Rush, jrush@acnpapers.com Jun 15, 2010 Link to Article Graphic Courtesy of Frisco Square Development An aerial rendering shows the Cinemark 12 in Frisco as it would look after completion sometime this November. Beck Companies is the architect for …
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Frisco Square Going to Town

By Steve Brown January 6, 2012 Frisco Square was supposed to be finished by now.  Changes in sponsorship and economic bumps derailed the development several times over the years.  And the expected 10 year completion time stretched out.  But two …
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