Rediform, International Leadership of Texas and DeGolyer and MacNaughton keep their HQs in Dallas County – Dallas Business Journal – Dallas Business Journal






Three companies have recently decided to keep their headquarters in Dallas County.
Rediform, one of the world’s largest printers of business forms, has renewed its 100,808-square-foot regional headquarters lease at 555 Airline Drive in Coppell. Jeremy Kelly and Sarah Ozanne with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, Link Industrial Properties. Whitebox Real Estate represented the tenant.
In Far North Dallas, petroleum consulting company DeGolyer and MacNaughton (D&M) signed a new long-term lease extension on its headquarters. The company will continue to occupy 65,543 square feet at Providence Towers, located at 5001 Spring Valley Road. D&M occupies floors seven through nine in the development’s East Tower. Transwestern’s Kim Brooks, Justin Miller and Scott Walker represented the landlord, KBS, while CBRE’s Jeff Ellerman and John Ellerman represented the tenant.
“We are proud to have retained such a high-profile tenant in this beautifully designed building,” said Brooks in a prepared statement. “With best-in-class amenities and proximity to the tollway, D&M will continue to enjoy all the benefits of the space for years to come.”
Finally, International Leadership of Texas is relocating its headquarters within Richardson. The charter school operator is moving into 2021 Lakeside Blvd., a four-story, 59,256-square-foot building that the organization bought late last year. It will occupy the entire property. The organization’s current headquarters is 1820 N. Grenville Drive.
The new office will be able to accommodate over 425 employees, according to a spokesperson. International Leadership of Texas is expected to move into its new space by the end of the year.
The following are some additional real estate deals that were announced recently:
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