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JaGee Holdings, LLP operates the diverse business interests of the James Garvey family.  Fort Worth became the headquarters for Garvey Elevators, Inc., in 1959. Since then, the  Company has evolved from the grain business to commercial real estate, petroleum distribution and convenience stores, construction and venture capital. New to the list of business activities is the development of Museum Place, an 11-acre mixed-use urban village in the heart of Fort Worth’s Cultural District.
TLC Urban is the Fort Worth-based real estate firm responsible for the development of
The Tower and the Chase Bank Building (in conjunction with Sundance Square). This ambitious adaptive reuse of the old Bank One Tower took a building that at the time of its construction
was Fort Worth’s first downtown skyscraper, and transformed it into one of the first mixed-use high-rise developments in Texas and the tallest residential community in Tarrant County.
James, Harwick + Partners, Inc. was founded in 1979 as an architectural design firm. Principals Ronald E. Harwick, AIA, CSI, along with J. Mark Wolf, AIA and Michael L. Arbour, AIA direct the firm’s professional services in specialty markets, including planning and urban design, mixed-use communities, high density urban infill, commercial developments, senior housing communities, renovation and adaptive re-use.

Based in Dallas, the firm’s staff is dedicated to providing high-quality design solutions through analysis, innovative design and professional representation. JH+P creates memorable environments that are rich in diversity, unique to the place and sustainable over time; bringing people together in a Whole Community.