Tri Tip Grill to open in Richardson and other business and community news from DFW

The menu features sandwiches, barbecue platters, burgers and salads. (Courtesy Tri Tip Grill)
The menu features sandwiches, barbecue platters, burgers and salads. (Courtesy Tri Tip Grill)

The menu features sandwiches, barbecue platters, burgers and salads. (Courtesy Tri Tip Grill)

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Tri Tip Grill set to open June 22 at CityLine in Richardson

Tri Tip Grill is expecting to open June 22 in the CityLine development at 1417 Renner Road, Ste. 300, Richardson. The restaurant was initially supposed to open in March but was delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Dollar Tree opens off US 380 in McKinney

Dollar Tree opened its newest McKinney location April 30. The store address is 1620 N. Hardin Blvd., Ste. 1400, McKinney.



Common Sense Chiropractic now open in Northeast Fort Worth

Common Sense Chiropractic officially began accepting new patients May 5.

Nature shop Wild Birds Unlimited opening this summer in Frisco

Wild Birds Unlimited will open in early July at 5995 Preston Road, Ste. 104, Frisco.

Gaylord Texan Resort in Grapevine reopens after filing more than 1,400 layoffs

Grapevine’s Gaylord Texan Resort & Convention Center has initiated temporary and/or permanent layoffs for 1,426 of its employees.

On June 4, the Gaylord Texan Resort notified the Texas Workforce Commission of the layoffs effective March 16, which is just days after state and county disaster declarations related to COVID-19.

But during that period, the resort was also making efforts to reopen. The Gaylord Texan Resort officially opened its doors for summer travelers June 8.

Lone Star Kartpark now open in Northeast Fort Worth

At more than a half-mile long and 30 feet wide, Lone Star Kartpark began accepting customers at the end of May.

24 Hour Fitness filing for bankruptcy, to close 11 DFW-area gyms

24 Hour Fitness announced June 15 the company has filed for bankruptcy as a result of the "devastating effects" of the COVID-19 pandemic, according to a release.

The fitness club franchise will close 11 Dallas-Fort Worth-area gyms, according to the 24 Hour Fitness website.

Urban Air Adventure Park to reopen DFW locations

Urban Air Adventure Parks will reopen several Dallas-Fort Worth area locations June 20, according to a June 15 release. The trampoline park franchise offers go-karts, indoor skydiving, climbing walls, laser tag, bowling, a ropes course, mini golf and more.

Luxury senior living community Presidium at Edgestone opening this summer in Frisco

Presidium at Edgestone will open this summer at 5857 Legacy Drive, Frisco.

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