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My Fit Foods nabs balance of RiverPark Business Center

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RiverPark Business Center in Fort Worth has reached 100 percent occupancy, backfilling 14,760 square feet of distribution space with Austin-based My Fit Foods Inc.

The new tenant signed a long-term, triple net lease for 15600 Trinity Blvd., gaining Class A industrial space for a commercial kitchen and distribution center to serve retail stores and online orders throughout North Texas and beyond.

About 5,000 square feet of the leased space is dedicated as office.

“We had a lot of activity on that space. Ultimately, the landlord thought this company was the best fit,” says Michael W. Spain, senior vice president and managing partner of Dallas-based Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services, commenting in a news release.

Negotiating the direct deal for the landlord, SCG River Park Business Center LP, were Spain and Will Dillard, a Bradford broker associate.

My Fit Foods occupies an end cap of a 145,400-square-foot building, the smaller of the project’s two structures. The space was empty for about six months, with no additional openings confirmed for the near future.

My Fit Foods has retail locations in Arizona, California, Illinois, Oklahoma and Texas, with 37 of its 54 stores operating in Texas.

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