Edward Jones coming soon to CityPlace urban district in Spring

Edward Jones is slated to open a ground-level branch office location in the American Bureau of Shipping building in CityPlace urban district later this year. (Courtesy CityPlace Springwoods Village)
Edward Jones is slated to open a ground-level branch office location in the American Bureau of Shipping building in CityPlace urban district later this year. (Courtesy CityPlace Springwoods Village)

Edward Jones is slated to open a ground-level branch office location in the American Bureau of Shipping building in CityPlace urban district later this year. (Courtesy CityPlace Springwoods Village)

Edward Jones financial services company will open a Spring branch office location in the CityPlace mixed-used urban district in Springwoods Village, slated to open later this year. The company, which offers investment and other wealth-management services, will occupy a 1,400-square-foot office space at 1701 Lake Plaza Drive, Spring, joining other tenants Island Grill and the American Bureau of Shipping.

According to a May 18 press release, the upcoming Edward Jones branch office will be the urban district's first financial services tenant.


“We welcome Edward Jones to CityPlace, which is perfectly suited to its branch model," said Robert Fields, president and CEO at real estate firm Patrinely Group. "CityPlace puts its financial advisers steps away from more than 18,000 daytime workers as well as an affluent residential base within Springwoods Village and nearby neighborhoods.”

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