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Deal Ticker: DFW’s Top Leases, Sales, and New Projects

Mansfield retail property exchanges hands, Children's Health files permit to build $10 million medical office, gourmet marshmallow company to open at Legacy Hall, and more.
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Trinity Regional Hospital Sachse has filed a permit to build an 80,035 square foot free-standing hospital at 4825 President George Bush Highway in Sachse. Grace Hebert Curtis Architects will lead design.

Children’s Health has filed a permit to build a three-story medical office building at the Southeast corner of Dallas North Tollway and Highway 380. According to the permit, the 30,000 square foot project is valued at $10 million. GUIDE Architecture will lead design.

Community Beer Brewery is renovating its property at 3110 Commonwealth Drive. The $3.8 million project will take three separate buildings and turn them in to create a single 68,434 square foot brewery. Coeval Studio will lead design.


Mochila Fulfillment leased 155,425 square feet at Park Row Logistics Center, 3301 E Park Row Drive, in Arlington. Matt Dornak and Luke Davis, with Stream Realty Partners, represented the landlord, Alex Coe, with CRESA, represented the tenant.

We Pack Logistics leased 151,200 square feet at 1200 West Wintergreen Road in Hutchins. Drew Feagin and Mac Hall with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, SCM. CBRE represented the tenant

Primos Unlimited purchased a 33,620 square foot building at 10379 Plano Road in Dallas. Ryan Wolcott and Adam Jones with Stream Realty Partners represented the buyer. Marshall Cooper, with Cooper Commercial, represented the seller, 10379 Plano Rd LLC.

Barry Concrete Finishes leased 23,500 square feet at 613 East St. in Garland. Tucker Cason of Mercer Company represented the landlord, Optima Holdings.

Central Conveyor Company leased 13,368 square feet at 1400 Blue Danube St. in Arlington. Corby Hodgkiss of Mercer Company represented the landlord, North Texas Collision Center. J Small Investments’s Charlie Richman represented the tenant.

Mica Crane Service leased 10,231 square feet at 3401 N. Sylvania Ave. in Fort Worth. Dylan Neal, Corby Hodgkiss, and Jeff Mercer of Mercer Company represented the landlord, Main Mercer Properties.

Motor Bike Works leased 8,400 square feet at 1707 Witt Road in Little Elm. Jeremy Mercer and Kellie Matijasevic of Mercer Company represented the landlord, CEC Witt Partners.

Cachet Salons & Spa leased 8,233 square feet at 451 South Main Street in Fort Worth. Sarah LanCarte, with LanCarte Commercial Real Estate, represented the landlord, CHC Development. Cullen Donohue and Vic Meyer with Stream Realty Partners represented the tenant.

Air & Heat Hospital purchased 7,920 square feet at 3630 Cavalier in Garland. Tucker Cason of Mercer Company represented the seller, Richard E. Morgan.

Jordan Media leased 7,087 square feet at 1900 Firman & Glenville in Richardson. Chandler Mason, with J Mercer Company, represented the tenant, and Leander Johnson, with Hartman Income REIT, represents the landlord.

Propane Doctor leased 5,000 square feet at 4304 Irving Blvd. in Dallas. Turner Peterson and Justin Hutchinson, with TIG Real Estate Services, represented the landlord, Cantex Capital. Ryan Lents and Matt Spellman, also with TIG, represented the tenant.

No One Left Behind leased 4,495 square feet at 11305 Indian Trail in Dallas. Dylan Neal of Mercer Company represented the landlord, WTHW.


Weinstein Properties bought The Bowery at Southside, a 303-unit apartment complex, at 220 E. Broadway Ave. in Fort Worth. Drew Kile, Joey Tumminello, and Will Balthrope of Institutional Property Advisors represented the buyer and seller.


Maxus Realty Trust bought a 174,147 square foot building at 5757 Main St. in Frisco. Creighton Stark and Chris Boyd of Colliers International facilitated the sale.

Grace Hebert Curtis Architects renewed its 5,544 square foot lease at 5000 Quorum Drive in Dallas. Chase Lopez, Ryan Evanich, and Brandon Terrell with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, G&I VIII 5000 Quorum. Scott Jessen and Katherine Jessen, with Citadel Partners, represented the tenant.

Neurotherapy Center of Dallas renewed 4,140 square feet at 12850 Hillcrest Road in Dallas. Dana Alfirevic represents the landlord, Hartman Income REIT.


Mansfield Highlands, a more than 18,000 square foot retail property located at 26 East Debbie Lane in Mansfield, has sold. Philip Levy of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller. Chris Gainey, also with Marcus & Millichap, and Levy represented the buyer. Tenants are a mix of internet-resistant businesses, including Mama’s Pizza, Beer & Wine World, Vintage Barber Shop, Debbie Donuts, Unique Threading Salon, Grade Power Learning Center, N&L Foot Care, Foxi Nails, and Benbrook Cleaning.

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Mallow Box has leased space in Legacy Hall. The gourmet marshmallow company will open Aug. 10. This is the second outpost for founder Martha Ware’s marshmallow concept, with the first location nestled within The Shops at Willow Bend.

DelCiano Pinoy Cuisine leased 2,900 square feet at 6220 US 286 Hwy in Arlington. Bailey Floyd and Allison Sibley of TIG Real Estate Services represented the landlord, O’Connor’Connor Place.

PJ’s’s Coffee leased 1,500 square feet at Chadwick Commons, 4901 State Hwy 114 in Northlake. Spencer Bowman of RESOLUT RE and Phillip Maxwell of Glacier Commercial Realty represented the tenant. Thomas Glendenning of SHOP Companies represented the landlord.


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