New urgent care center in McKinney, plus four more DFW-area business updates

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Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened its doors to patients Nov. 9 in McKinney. (Courtesy Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care)

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened its doors to patients Nov. 9 in McKinney. (Courtesy Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care)

Here are five businesses that opened recently in the Greater Dallas-Fort Worth area.

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care now seeing patients in McKinney

Texas Health Breeze Urgent Care opened its doors to patients Nov. 9 at 3805 W. University Drive, Ste. 100, McKinney. The new urgent care center will offer patients a clinical concierge and will treat common illnesses and injuries.

Dallas Gold & Silver Exchange opens new Lewisville location near Music City Mall

Dallas Gold and Silver Exchange opened a Lewisville store Oct. 30 at 610 E. Round Grove Road, Lewisville. The retail store buys and sells jewelry and watches and offers repair services.


IT service provider CMIT Solutions now open in Richardson

CMIT Solutions opened a new office Oct. 29 at 3400 N. Central Expressway, Ste. 110-254, Richardson. The company offers technology maintenance and monitoring solutions.

IFixDallas expects to open tech service center in Plano on Dec. 1

IFixDallas will open Dec. 1 at 2109 W. Parker Road, Ste. 206, Plano. The technology repair service provider will offer in-house device repairs, virus removal, website design and more.

Paintball and airsoft store Giant Party Sports now open in Plano

Giant Party Sports opened Nov. 6 at 6101 K Ave., Ste. 110, Plano. The paintball and airsoft store also includes a small gaming area for Xbox as well as a Nerf gun ring.

Daniel Houston, Liesbeth Powers, Olivia Lueckemeyer and William C. Wadsack contributed to this report.


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