Irving Energy Firm Grows Headquarters With Las Colinas Move

An Irving-based energy firm is growing its headquarters with a move to another building.Guidon Energy has leased a full floor of offices in the Summit at Las Colinas tower on U.S. Highway 114.The oil and gas company - which started out in Midland - is moving from a nearby building."The Summit is a perfect fit for our growth needs, as we continue to expand our business and employee base in our Dallas corporate office", Jay Still, Guidon's president and chief executive officer, said in a statement. "Being conveniently located between both DFW Airport and Love Field makes it all the better."The 19-story Summit at Las Colinas is owned by Santa Fe-based Gemini Rosemont Commercial Real Estate.Other tenants in the tower include College Football Playoff, Nexstar Media Group, Highgate Hotels and LaSalle Group.Gemini Rosemont's Kirby White negotiated the Guidon lease with Robert Blount of CBRE.Gemini Rosemont owns 100 buildings in more than 20 states across the U.S.Las Colinas has been one of the Dallas-area's busiest office markets this year, with about 275,000 square feet of net leasing.  Continue reading...

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