Catapult Health Moves to Addison

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Catapult Health is moving to Addison! Credit: Transwestern.

Welcome to Addison, Catapult Health! This Dallas-based healthcare firm is moving its headquarters officially to Addison. The company is leasing an almost 31,000-square-foot building on Belt Line Road in Addison in the two-story Offices at Prestonwood Place building. Its former location was in a tower near North Central Expressway in Dallas.

“Employee workspace expectations have been turned upside down over the past year,” said Catapult Health CEO David Michel in a statement. “Tall office buildings with crowded elevators and open floor plans have become pariahs. Prestonwood Place is perfect for our needs, and we are building a next-generation environment where our team members will eagerly return to work, innovate, laugh, eat and collaborate.”

Transwestern Real Estate Services (TRS) Principal Michael Griffin provided tenant advisory services to Catapult Health. “Catapult Health is a mission-driven company that needed an equally inspiring office space to accomplish its goals,” said Griffin in a statement. “We’re so excited to deliver this custom-fit solution that will not only accommodate its growth plans, but also promote collaboration and communication among its employees with walkable amenities right outside the door.”

Prestonwood Place is a 133,353-square-foot, mixed-use development on a 16-acre site in Addison that was revamped in 2020 with new office space and updated retail opportunities.

Catapult Health is a national preventive healthcare practice that brings preventive checkups to the worksite at half the cost of what most practices charge for in-office checkups. Catapult Health is transforming the delivery of preventive and primary care through its VirtualCheckup™ and worksite checkup solutions. Both fully integrated digital offerings are available through employers and health plans nationwide.

In October 2020, Catapult Health announced a partnership with Quest Diagnostics, the world’s leading provider of diagnostic information services, offering a collaboration designed to help organizations facilitate virtual telehealth access to clinical services for their employees and adult dependents, with emphasis on reducing risks related to preventable chronic diseases. The first-of-its-kind collaboration specifically focuses on helping employers create a highly convenient and safe way for employees to access thorough and guideline-driven preventive care and mental health support during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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