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Leading Commercial Moving Firm Signs Huge HQ Lease in Irving

Plus: Historic West End building sells; Global investor nabs huge warehouse occupied by Sams Club; and AT&T Discovery District adds two eateries to food hall.

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Total Office Solutions, a leading commercial moving and office furniture sales firm, consolidate its multiple locations across Dallas-Fort Worth to secure a headquarters at Stadium Logistics Center, 2201 Chemsearch Blvd. in Irving. The company signed a long-term 329,358-square-foot lease.

In addition to their office and operations headquarters, Total Office Solutions’ new location will include the largest office furniture sales showroom in the Southwest. It will also serve major client needs with dedicated areas for client storage, hotel project fulfillment, shops for furniture repair, upholstery, and cleaning.

“Every family-owned business develops a legacy base wrapped around an ethos of character,” said Linda Monette, Majority Principal of Total Office Solutions. “Our family, our teams, often hear the words ‘You do it the right way’ from clients, suppliers, and competitors alike. This building comes with that statement, and it is a home for all of us to work together, serve together and be successful together.”

Transwestern’s Robert Deptula and Collin Rock represented the tenant. Craig Jones and Randy Touchstone with JLL represented the landlord, CT Realty Investors, in the transaction.

INDUSTRIAL

GLP Capital Partners has purchased the Speedway Distribution Center at 16101 Three Wide Drive. A Sam’s Club shipping center occupies the 730,000-square-foot industrial building.

California-based PS Business Parks Inc. purchased the more than 717,000-square-foot Port America industrial campus near State Highway 114 in Grapevine.

Future Foam renewed 219,000 square feet at 8401 Ambassador Row in Dallas. Jason Moser with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, JLK.

HemaSource leased 171,250 square feet at 1201 Big Town Boulevard in Dallas. Matt Dornak and Adam Jones with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, Alpha Industrial Properties. Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.

4717 Plano Parkway

JB Hudco, a third-party logistics firm managing clients’ warehousing, fulfillment, and distribution needs, has expanded to a new industrial space in Carrollton at 4717 Plano Parkway. NAI Robert Lynn’s Chad Albert represented the tenant in the deal, providing 162,000 square feet of additional warehouse space for its current expansion needs.

Red River Distribution leased 133,500 square feet at 3401 Garden Brook Drive in Farmers Branch. Garrison Efird and Jim Cooksey with Newmark represented the tenant.

B.I.G. Logistics signed a lease extension for 119,717 square feet and expansion of 103,283 square feet at 1000 N. 28th Avenue in Irving, taking entire possession of the 223,000 square foot building on the grounds of DFW International Airport. Brad Struck and John Pelletier of esrp negotiated the lease.

BBH Capital Investments purchased the 41,178 square foot Industrial Building at 2932 W. Division Street in Arlington. Troy Morgan and Brian Hanie of Structure Commercial represented the buyer, and Slater Howe of Worth Commercial represented the seller.

Deluxe Corporation leased 31,649 square feet at Metroplex Tech Center 1 in Carrolton. Newmark’s Jim Graham, Jim Damiani, Andrew Commers, Ryan Bohrer, Steve Shepherd, Maura Carland, and Matt Elder represented the tenant. Transwestern represented the landlord.

Westwood Restoration leased 14,095 square feet at Park West Crossing – Building B in Coppell. Jeremy Kelly and Lena Pierce with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, ML Realty Partners.

Adelphi Group purchased the 12,140 square foot industrial building at 908 Dragon Street in Dallas. Troy Morgan of Structure Commercial negotiated the sale.

Paul Allen, DBA Consign and More, leased 2,500 square feet at 500 N. Coit Road in Richardson. Katherine Morrison represented the landlord, Hartman Income REIT.

Behemoth Entertainment leased 2,215 square feet at 651 N. Plano Rd. in Richardson. Lynna Smith represented the landlord, Hartman Income REIT.

LAND

Tulsa-based American Residential Group has purchased one of the last lakeside development sites in Las Colinas’ Urban Center. The group purchased the more than 5-acre property on Las Colinas Boulevard at the south end of Lake Carolyn.

An undisclosed buyer has purchased 2.54 acres at 131 East Ovilla Road in Red Oak. Brian Sladek and Chris Flesner of RESOLUT RE represented the Buyer.

AK Indoor Sports has acquired 1.7 acres at 2620 N. Interstate 35 E in Carrollton from Joshua Joseph. Jason Finch of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the seller in the direct deal.

Popeyes purchased the 26,275 square foot pad site at 1445 E. Belt Line Road in Richardson. Eric Deuillet and John Hiller of Structure Commercial represented the owner, and Max Keffer and Alden Harris of Shop Companies represented the purchaser.

MULTIFAMILY

Brookside Apartments, a 288-unit residential complex located at 2505 Thomason Circle in Arlington, has sold. Darwin German Real Estate Investments negotiated the deal.

Rio Vista, a 246-unit apartment asset in the northeast suburbs of Fort Worth, has sold. Al Silva and Ford Braly, with the Silva Multifamily Team of Marcus & Millichap, represented the seller, Florida-based Greenwater Investments, and procured the buyer, a California-based real estate investor.

Dean, a 65-unit apartment community, located at 412 Summit Ave. in Arlington, has sold. Mark Allen, Jay Lohmann, and Buck Poderski of Greystone ISG procured the buyer and represented the seller.

OFFICE

Menashi Properties purchased a 367,362 square foot Heritage One Square at 4835 LBJ Freeway in Dallas. Newmark’s Gary Carr, Chris Murphy, John Alvarado, Robert Hill, Chase Tagen represented the landlord.

The five-story Oilwell Supply Building on Lamar Street in the West End historic district has been sold to Houston investor New Waverly Holdings. The building was built in 1923 and contained more than 70,000 square feet.

122 W. John Carpenter Fwy.

EFG Companies has renewed its 30,583 square foot lease in Las Colinas at 122 W. John Carpenter Fwy. The 6th-floor lease will continue to serve as the firm’s headquarters. Garrison Efird and Jim Cooksey with Newmark represented the tenant.

Houlihan Lokey leased 44,337 square-foot at The Crescent. Travis Ewert of Colliers and Jihane Boury with CBRE represented Houlihan Lokey. Rockefeller Capital Management also leased 19,291 square feet at the Uptown office property. Mike Wyatt and Barrett Jones with Cushman & Wakefield represented Rockefeller. Tony Click and Jordyn Allen of Crescent represented The Crescent on both lease negotiations.

Concordia University Texas, a privately held liberal arts university located in Austin, has signed a new office lease to occupy 19,687 square feet at Two Colinas Crossing in Farmers Branch. CBRE’s Jihane A. Boury represented Concordia in the lease negotiations. Matt Waldon represented building ownership, Reserve Capital Partners, and 2GR Equity.

Mad Engine Global leased 5,861 square feet at Parkwood Office Center in Frisco. Chase Lopez and Ryan Evanich with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, Orangestar Frisco I. Chase Traughber with Axis Realty Group represented the tenant.

International Plaza

Selena USA leased 1.926 square feet at International Plaza, 4055 International Plaza in Fort Worth. Evan Hammer of Whitebox Real Estate represented the global manufacturer and distributor of a wide range of construction chemicals for professional contractors and home users. Heath Arias of Bobby Cox Companies represented the landlord.

Scrapsource leased 1,865 square feet at The Douglas in Dallas. Jim Graham with Newmark represented the tenant.

Tri Global Energy renewed 16,012 square feet at 17300 N. Dallas Pkwy in Dallas. Noah Burns represented the landlord, Hartman Income REIT.

RETAIL

SafeKeeping Self Storage, a 68,715 square foot property in Weatherford, has sold. Brandon Karr and Danny Cunningham, investment specialists in Marcus & Millichap’s Fort Worth office, represented the buyer and seller.

Chapel Creek Storage, a 56,650 square foot property in Fort Worth, has sold. Brandon Karr and Danny Cunningham, investment specialists in Marcus & Millichap’s Fort Worth office, represented the buyer and seller.

Jerry’s Artarama Art Supplies & Framing has leased 10,285 square feet of retail space in Preston Valley Shopping Center, 12817 Preston Road in Dallas, from Preston Valley South LP. Leigh Richter of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the tenant. Emilie Gioia Paulson of the Weitzman represented the landlord.

Saturday Morning Ice Cream is a nostalgic ice cream concept by Katherine Clapner, owner of Dude, Sweet Chocolate, and Brian McCullogh, former co-founder of Standard Pour.
Kathy Tran

Two new restaurants were added to the growing list of eateries at AT&T’s Discovery District: A by-the-slice spin on a Dallasite pizza favorite, Zalat Slices, by Zalat Pizza; and Saturday Morning Ice Cream, a nostalgic ice cream concept by Katherine Clapner, owner of Dude, Sweet Chocolate and Brian McCullogh, former co-founder of Standard Pour.

Queens Beauty leased 9,943 square feet at 2109 W. Parker in Plano. Eric Deuillet of Structure Commercial negotiated the lease.

Chamberlain’s Ballet leased 9,713 SF of retail space at 3003 W. 15th Street in Plano. Jeremy Cummings and Eric Deuillet of Structure Commercial negotiated the lease.

O’Reilly Auto has purchased the 8,000 square foot former Dollar General located at 907 E. Main Street in Clarksville. Janice Landers and Taki Dallis of RESOLUT RE represented the seller. Jordan Cluff and Travis Bell of DuWest Management represented the buyer.

Dallas Poker Club leased 4,500 square feet of retail space at 2051 Northwest Hwy. in Dallas. Troy Morgan of Structure Commercial negotiated the lease.

Anaya’s Seafood Scratch Kitchen, offering a variety of fresh seafood, has leased 3,800 square feet of retail space at Prestonwood Village II, a shopping center located at 15203 Knoll Trail, for a new location. Cameron Mai with Weitzman handled negotiations for the restaurant. Quine & Associates represented the shopping center.

Motiv8ion Dance leased 2,610 square feet of retail space at 1351 Hwy 1187 in Mansfield. Troy Morgan of Structure Commercial represented the landlord, and Keller Williams Realty represented the tenant.

Starfire Productions leased 2,150 square feet of retail space at 1729 North Central Expressway in Plano. Troy Morgan of Structure Commercial represented the landlord, and Kedah Shabazz of EXP Realty represented the tenant.

NobiliTea has leased 1,725 square feet at Bridge Creek Commons, 3111 Southwest Pkwy. in Wichita Falls. Chris Flesner and Brian Sladek of RESOLUT RE represented the landlord. Gavin Fite of RESOLUT RE represented the tenant. NobiliTea also leased 1,800 square feet at 8700 W. University Drive in McKinney. Gavin Fite of RESOLUT RE represented the tenant. Jim Jamerson of Segovia Partners represented the landlord.

State Farm leased 1,500 square feet of retail space at 1250 Northwest Hwy. in Garland. John Hiller and Eric Deuillet of Structure Commercial represented the landlord, and South Table Real Estate represented the tenant.

Atomic Wings has leased 1,400 square feet at Park Row Village, 701 W. Park Row Dr. in  Arlington. Colin Cannon of RESOLUT RE represented the tenant. Jakob Nunez of Vision Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord.

Lonestar Popcorn leased 1,400 square feet at Lonestar Pavillion, 3300 Grapevine Mills Pkwy. in Grapevine. David Levinson, with The Retail Connection, represented the landlord and tenant.

World of Smoke & Vape leased 1,202 square feet at Warren Plaza, 9351 Warren Pkwy in Frisco. David Levinson and Paul Cooke, III with The Retail Connection represented the landlord. Javier Zablath with Weitzman represented the tenant.

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