COVID-19 Response

Taking care of the City Center Community

How We're Taking Action

Posted Procedures Within the Towers

Masks are encouraged within the common areas and public spaces within the buildings

No more than 4 in the elevator cabs at a time

Maintain social distancing, at least 6 feet between you and others

Continue proper hand hygiene procedures

Additional Building Measures

Hand sanitizer is available in the common areas and near building entrances

Signs are posted in the restrooms to advocate proper handwashing techniques

Skybridge doors are propped open to minimize touching common surfaces

City Center continues to collect and report positive cases that have entered the buildings with its tenants. Please contact Carolyn Parnell to report any employees that have entered the buildings while potentially contagious

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Please contact Carolyn Parnell, 817-255-5753 or should there be a confirmed case within your office and if the employee has recently been in the office/building or in close contact with office personnel. Carolyn has a brief questionnaire to go over for each case and will implement the established notification and remediation procedures.

Please note that City Center can only respond to and act on cases that are reported to us. We are relying on our tenants to report any positive cases that enter their office so we can follow the procedures created to help stop the spread of COVID-19.

*REMINDER: If you or your company are in direct contact with the company/individual with the positive case, you are notified directly. If you have not been notified, you are not directly impacted by the reported positive case.

Carolyn Parnell

Direct: 817-255-5753

Office: 817-255-5700

What's the Buzz

City Center has new neighbors! We’re proud to take part in the movement for a more eco-conscious city by installing a beehive on The Grill’s patio in City Club! Our beehive will be home to thousands of bees. Our new colleagues are pollinating the urban flora that surrounds us this summer. At the end of the season, we’ll harvest their honey and share it with our community.

What about stings, you ask? No need to fret! Bees really aren’t interested in human beings. They have one goal, and one goal only: to collect nectar and pollen from flowers within a 3-mile radius of their hive and bring it back to ensure the colony’s development.

Plus, bees die when they sting. It causes them to lose their stinger and a part of their abdomen - meaning they really have no interest in doing so, unless they feel their colonys threatened.

Our project is in collaboration with Alvéole, a social beekeeping company that has been around since 2013. They have partnered with hundreds of schools and companies like ours on beekeeping projects. Each hive creates greater ecological awareness, allowing city dwellers to reconnect with nature and adjust their sense of responsibility towards the environment. This season, we will discover the ties that bind us to bees and the flora and fauna that surround us, right here in the city.

Visit City Center Hive