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  • Collaboration and client service were at the heart of the design of the new office of Orlando Business Journal's 2017 Coolest Office Spaces honoree Dean Mead. The downtown law firm, which has 81 employees, last summer debuted its new "hip" 23,711-square-foot office in downtown's CNL Center II building on South Orange Avenue. The office features open spaces and modern styling, including glass partitions that help enhance the open feel, floor-to-ceiling windows to bring in natural light and offer…

  • A Texas-based land firm — Peloton Land Solutions Inc. — has moved its headquarters to Fort Worth's Alliance Town Center, which will bring about 60 corporate employees to the first Hillwood Commons building. The new office will help the company grow its land development operations throughout the Lone Star State and beyond, President and CEO Aric Head told the Dallas Business Journal . "We had been in our existing office for seven years, growing from a staff of five to the company today," Head…

  • It’s been nearly a year since Dallas-based Prescott Group purchased the historic Texas State Teachers Association building just west of the State Capitol. Despite being an arduous retrofit of a chunky concrete structure, Prescott Group and its team of builders, engineers and designers is making substantial headway in creating a modern, light-filled Class A building that will provide about 100,000 square feet of multitenant office space by the end of the year. Click on the photo to see renderings…

  • Dallas-Fort Worth had a big year for leases last year — especially in the tech industry, which grew 333 percent year-over-year — with a variety of leases landing in nearly every category, according to CBRE research. The top 50 office leases signed in the region were well distributed between business services, retail, technology, insurance and financial services, which marks the region as quite diverse, said Robert Kramp, CBRE's director of research and analysis. "We looked at the Texas triangle…

  • A topping out ceremony marked the halfway point of construction for a new research and education building at Johns Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. The 230,000-square-foot building is seen as a critical part of St. Petersburg’s effort to create an Innovation District that enhances collaboration between top institutions, helping them attract high-power talent to high-wage jobs and advance cutting-edge research. The All Children’s building, set to open in fall 2018, will serve as a center for…