Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport’s flights over western Coppell beginning in the 1970s spelled certain change for the then-budding city of less than 3,000 residents.
Once a cornerstone of the Valley Ranch community, the former Dallas Cowboys practice grounds are being converted into a multigenerational housing development.
Real estate group CBRE announced the completion of the first phase of construction of Westridge Park office concept was in December.
Coppell’s newest foundation will aid in fundraising for the Coppell Arts Center ahead of the facility’s opening in May.
A project slated to create up to 164 new jobs and more than $1.6 million in capital investment is coming to Grapevine.
Well before Coppell’s historic old town was decked with the boutique storefronts, townhomes and restaurants it is known for today, it housed a small rail depot in the mid-19th century and was known as the town of Gibbs.
Developers have long considered Irving a prime market for new hotel projects based on the city’s proximity to airports and its laundry list of major regional employers.
Irving City Council has cleared the way for another hotel project in Las Colinas.
Texas has awarded Microsoft Corporation a nearly $4.9 million grant as part of an economic incentive deal that will bring hundreds of new jobs to the company’s Las Colinas office.
The latest corporation to move its operations to Coppell builds some of the world’s fastest and most expensive luxury sports vehicles.
With promises of urban-style amenities, such as luxury multifamily housing and restaurants, the $3.5 billion Cypress Waters development is bringing economic and demographic changes to the suburban landscape of Irving and Coppell.
Editor's note: This story has been updated to clarify the difference between Texas Central's Sept. 13 announcement about a design-build contract with Salini Impregilo and an October 2018 announcement about a limited-notice-to-proceed agreement with Salini Impregilo.