The Dallas Cowboys continue to make The Star brigh

The Dallas Cowboys-anchored mixed-use development in Frisco — The Star — will continue to get brighter prior to this fall's kick off as a larger development game plan takes shape. The Cowboys recently opened its new three-story, 60,000-square-foot health and fitness center, Cowboys Fit, in a partnership with Mark Mastrov, the chairman of New Evolution Ventures and founder of 24 Hour Fitness.

High-tech recruiting firm to employ up to 300 with

United Kingdom-based high-tech recruiting firm Frank Recruitment Group plans to open its next U.S. office in downtown Dallas, with plans to employ up to 300 workers in the next few years. The firm, which is backed by Fort Worth-tied TPG Growth, has leased 12,000 square feet on the 24th floor in Ross Tower at 500 N. Akard St., with plans to initially employ 150 workers, with plans to scale up to 300 employees with additional real estate in the next few years.

Industry group bringing its U.S. headquarters to $

The American Paint Horse Association plans to move its 45-person staff from its building off Meacham Road in Fort Worth into a new build-to-suit office totaling 11,252 square feet within the 105-year-old horse and mule barns, which are part of the contributing architecture to the Fort Worth Stockyards Historic District. The association plans to move into the buildings on East Exchange Avenue, which flanks Mule Alley, upon completion of the $50 million redo of the barns by the end of 2018.