HFF announced March 21 that it has closed the sale of The Village at Camp Bowie, a Sprouts Farmers Market-anchored retail center totaling 180,000 square feet in Fort Worth.
HFF marketed the property on behalf of the seller, a joint venture partnership between Lincoln Property Company and Boston-based Long Wharf Capital. Dunhill Partners Inc. purchased the grocery-anchored asset.
The Village at Camp Bowie is a 21-acre site that is 89 percent leased to 39 diverse tenants, including Tuesday Morning, Verizon, Orangetheory Fitness,
Keller Williams, and McAlister’s Deli, among others.
The HFF investment advisory team representing the seller included senior managing directors Jim Batjer, Barry Brown and Ryan Shore and director Aaron Johnson.
Dunhill Partners is a Dallas-based commercial real estate investment firm that was founded in 1984 by William L. Hutchinson. The firm currently owns and manages more than 5 million square feet of retail commercial property. www.dunhillpartners.com.