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May 01, 2014 03:16PM ● By 16560

May 2014

Southlake City Council Expresses Support for Proposed Westin Hotel

The City of Southlake is in talks to potentially acquire a new Westin hotel during the first reading of a site plan during a recent meeting. Paul Barham of Harrell Hospitality Group presented the proposed site plan and zoning change. The hotel would be located at 1200 E. S.H. 114, a space that is currently owned by Gateway Church.

In 2007, the city council approved the current zoning on the property for the development of the Gateway Church campus, allowing for hotel district uses. The proposed hotel is a four-star, four-diamond facility, featuring 276 guest rooms and amenities, including a full-service restaurant, meeting and conference center and a rooftop pool. The hotel would be seven stories, span 6.8 acres and include a three-level parking garage.

The council unanimously approved the second meeting, giving permission for design and construction to happen immediately.

Velocis Purchases Town Center Colleyville

Dallas-based real estate investment fund Velocis bought a Colleyville shopping center, which is anchored by popular retail tenants. Velocis recently acquired Town Center Colleyville, which features a 138,000 square-foot shopping center on Colleyville Boulevard. The decade-old property has various tenants, including a Market Street grocery store as well as a Studio Movie Grill theater.

The new property owner plans to make upgrades to the retail center, including the addition of new tenants. Currently, 93 percent of the shopping center is leased. Velocis was hired by Venture Commercial to lease and manage Town Center Colleyville. Additionally, Clay Smith and Lance Taylor with JLL brokered the sale. This will mark the company’s 15th acquisition since it started in 2010. The fund now has more than $303 million in real estate assets. Velocis owns office buildings, shopping centers and medical properties.

New and Notable

True Religion

213 Grand Ave., Southlake


Vintage-inspired premium denim for men and women opened its doors in Southlake Town Square. The company is known for having the most popular jeans in pop culture today. Strut your stuff in today’s hottest denim on the market.

Bolinger Law Firm

950 E. S.H. 114, Ste. 160, Southlake


This boutique law firm focuses on business, estate, oil and gas, probate and tax planning laws to ensure clients receive the best services possible. Founding partner Brad Bolinger and his counsel have saved more than 60 billion in taxes during his career and have never lost a case to the IRS.

DFW Periodontics and Implant Dentistry

731 E. Southlake Blvd., Ste. 160, Southlake


Dedicated to improving those pearly whites, Dr. Hsu and her staff want to ensure a positive experience. These oral health experts provide state-of-the-art equipment and compassionate and considerate service to make a difference in their clients’ treatment.

Colleyville Kenpo Karate

6100 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 100, Colleyville


Unlike ordinary martial arts programs, American Kenpo provides expert self-defense skills. No one can teach you real, practical, effective self-defensive like the staff at this establishment. Classes are suitable for all ages and even feature an anti-bulling program developed by Verbal Defense & Influence.

Explore Horizons

5505 Colleyville Blvd., Ste. 203, Colleyville


Tutoring is proven to benefit children of all abilities. Whether they are finding school challenging or are at the top of the class, each child will gain confidence, enthusiasm and new skills with individual learning plans developed by these independent tutors.