Crossover Health's office interior inspired by famous Las Colinas sculpture

The mustang paintings are a reference to Las Colinas' Williams Square sculptures, according to the company. (Courtesy Crossover Health)
The mustang paintings are a reference to Las Colinas' Williams Square sculptures, according to the company. (Courtesy Crossover Health)

The mustang paintings are a reference to Las Colinas' Williams Square sculptures, according to the company. (Courtesy Crossover Health)

Crossover Health opened a new 6,344-square-foot health center Jan. 29 in Las Colinas at 3021 Gateway Drive, Ste. 295, Irving. The healthcare company provides online and in-person services, including primary care, musculoskeletal services, behavioral health care and more. The facility serves up to 10,000 employees in the North Texas area. The interior design of the new facility is inspired by the world-renowned mustang sculpture in Las Colinas’ Williams Square. Each room of the facility is named after a different breed of mustang, according to the healthcare company. 469-351-6136. www.crossoverhealth.com




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