This Week at One Arts Plaza

What an exciting week thus far at One Arts Plaza... and it's only TUESDAY!  Newsworthy announcements:

Dallas Developer Lucy Crow Billingsley was presented with the 2013 H. Neil Mallon Award for her individual efforts in establishing a stronger Dallas-Fort Worth international reputation.  The Mallon Award is presented by the World Affairs Council of Dallas-Fort Worth and given to a person who embodies an excellence in promoting the international focus of North Texas as an international gateway for business, industry and diplomatic relations.

Mrs. Billingsley is not only an accomplished commercial real estate powerhouse in the Arts District and North Texas, but is also the founder and director of Chiapas International, a microfinance nonprofit founded in 2003.  Since the organizations inception it has provided more than $5 million in seed money to 242,000 women entrepreneurs around the globe.

Congratulations, Lucy on a job well done!

Recently, Dallas' own Tei An, a Soba House and authentic Japanese restaurant located in One Arts Plaza, has announced George Kaiho as their new Bar Manager and house Mixologist.  George has a keen pallet as it relates to spirits and pairing in the culinary world and lends his creativity to the overall Tei An experience.  To get an idea of his creativity check out his blog where you can find recipes that are sure to keep you wanting more!

Congratulations George!  Welcome to the One Arts family!