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Which city will Amazon select for their second headquarters? It is easy to understand that Trinity Groves and Dallas surpass other cities in Amazon’s corporate requirements for Amazon HQ2. More important to Amazon employees, Trinity Groves surpasses the high expectations and anticipation they have for their Amazon HQ2 location. One of five favorite reasons that Amazon will select Trinity Groves for HQ2 is that, rather than developers, it was innovators and visionaries who created Trinity Groves. They specifically envisioned this site as a location for a corporate headquarters in the middle of a vibrant neighborhood in the center of Dallas.
Since Trinity Groves, the development full of trendy “incubating” restaurants and shops, opened in West Dallas, it’s become something of a flash point for debates about gentrification.
The partnership behind Trinity Groves has teamed up with Dallas-based KDC and architecture firm Gensler to submit a proposal, to woo Seattle-based Amazon.com Inc. (Nasdaq: AMZN) to bring its second headquarters to this part of the city.
Trinity Groves in West Dallas announced Tuesday it has partnered with corporate campus developer KDC and architect Gensler on submitting a proposal to the City of Dallas to serve as the home for Amazon’s second headquarters.
The West Dallas district anchored by the successful Trinity Groves restaurant complex is the latest site inside the Dallas city limits to disclose it’s going after Amazon HQ2.
When you’re looking for a job, the saying goes that it’s not what you know, but who you know. Legendary Dallas restaurateur Phil Romano has come up with a new way for millennials to have networking opportunities. According to a Dallas Morning News story, Romano has created a speakeasy-style, members-only networking bar in West Dallas’ trendy Trinity Groves.
As a corporate chef for one of the nation’s largest restaurant corporations, Julian Rodarte’s father wanted his son to become a doctor, lawyer or pretty much anything outside the culinary industry. But young Julian was awestruck by the man’s passion for food early on.
Phil Romano is paving the way for the next generation of Dallas entrepreneurs. The restaurateur famous for founding Macaroni Grill and Fuddrucker’s also founded Trinity Groves as a restaurant incubator. Now, he’s taking a piece of the successful development and creating a home base for the city’s most avid networkers.
No one would ever accuse Phil Romano of conventional thinking.
Romano, who dished up Fuddruckers, Macaroni Grill, Cozymel’s, Eatzi’s and Nick & Sam’s, was the mastermind behind West Dallas’ thriving Trinity Groves “restaurant theme park.”
If you thought vegans suffer in beefy Dallas, think again.
Vegan lifestyle magazine VegNews recently named Dallas the 8th best vegan city in the United States based on the criteria of food, fashion and culture. At the top of the list were the expected forerunners: Los Angeles followed by New York City.