Real Deals: CorePower Yoga, Drybar to join WestBend lineup

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CorePower Yoga and Drybar are the latest tenants confirmed for WestBend, Trademark Property Co.’s mixed-use development along the Trinity River and South University Drive in Fort Worth.

“CorePower Yoga and Drybar are two fresh and successful companies that fit well with the lifestyle needs we are working to meet at WestBend,” said Trademark CEO Terry Montesi, commenting in a news release.

CorePower Yoga offers climate-controlled studios, a retail boutique and spa-inspired changing rooms, among other amenities. The 4,079-square-foot studio will offer yoga classes for all fitness levels and is set to open in early 2016, next to HG Sply Co.

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Meanwhile, Drybar will provide hair blowouts, updos and its own line of hair styling products and tools available for purchase. The WestBend location will occupy 1,809 square feet and is set to open in early 2016, across from Pax & Parker.

The new businesses will join The Fresh Market, East Hampton Sandwich Co., Zoë’s Kitchen and Silver Fox, among other tenants. Pax & Parker and Woodhouse Day Spa are expected to open by year’s end. HG Sply Co. and Tyler’s are expected to open in early 2016.

Redevelopment continues at WestBend, which includes new retail, restaurants and WestBend 2, an 81,150-square-foot building that includes The Fresh Market on the ground floor and 57,000 square feet of new Class A office space directly above. WestBend includes 278,000 square feet of retail, dining and office space.

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Methodist Mansfield Medical Center has opened the Amon G. Carter Foundation Heart and Vascular Center as it also celebrates a new 208,000-square-foot, 118-bed tower and expansion.

The $118 million patient care tower is located at the northwest portion of the 23-acre property at 2700 E. Broad St. in Mansfield and will offer 86 more patient rooms.

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The expansion features advanced cardiac care, including catheterization and electrophysiology. The firm now offers 3D mammography plus comprehensive digital imaging technologies, four new gastroenterology suites, and 64,000 square feet of support services.

The new tower eventually will employ up to 200 medical professionals. It includes larger halls and doorways; heated massage chairs and curb-free showers with shower wands, grab bars and shower benches; and a direct nurse call system allowing patients to locate and call their assigned nurse, among other amenities.



Ozburn-Hessey Logistics LLC has leased the entire 100,500-square-foot Northpoint Trade Center Building II in Fort Worth, marking its sixth North Texas location.

Nick Talley of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the landlord, Exeter 700-751 Eight Twenty LP.

As Northpoint’s newest tenant at 731 Eight Twenty Blvd., Fort Worth, Ozburn-Hessey has boosted occupancy to 94 percent in the 403,160-square-foot, four-building industrial project. The remaining vacancy totals 24,276 square feet.

Amy Huntington of CBRE Inc. represented Nashville-based Ozburn-Hessey in the transaction.



SVN/Trinity Advisors of Fort Worth has closed several industrial transactions, with more to follow before year’s end, according to the firm.

Senior adviser James Blake got the ball rolling by selling the warehouse at 2405 Ludelle St. in Fort Worth to XS Sights System, which will occupy the 10,500-square-foot building. Blake represented the seller, Powerspoint Investments LLC. Tyler Trahant of The Trahant Co. represented the buyer.

Meanwhile, adviser Carl Brown has leased out three spaces in Beach Conner Industrial Park along Beach Street near downtown. Surgidental signed a two-year lease for 3,600 square feet of the space. The second space covers 7,200 square feet and was leased to Delta Structural Tech for a one-year term. The third space, covering 3,600 square feet, was leased to Munoz Furnishings for a one-year term.

Brown also leased 3,000 square feet of industrial warehouse space at 801 Secretary Drive in Arlington to HD Foundation for a three-year term.

Meanwhile, adviser Clint Montgomery has leased out 1,120 square feet of space in a Carrollton industrial complex at 2910 Belmeade Drive to House of Cars Inc. for a term of three years and one month. Montgomery also manages the space.

SVN/Trinity Advisors is a full-service real estate investment and management company.



Champions DFW Commercial Realty LLC has announced three Northeast Tarrant County office properties for lease or sale.

At 8205 Mid Cities Blvd. in North Richland Hills, an 838-square-foot suite of second-generation professional office space is available for lease. The Class A space features high-speed phone and data services and monument signage and is move-in ready.

Also listed for lease is a 1,051-square-foot suite at 1665 Keller Parkway in Keller. Highlights include an upscale finish-out, high-speed phone and data and monument-building signage.

The third property, at 6513 Precinct Line Road in North Richland Hills, is a medical-professional office pad site for sale. Highlights include a pad site with utilities, installed fire lane and build-to-suite options.

More information is available by contacting Jim Kelley at 817-488-4333.


Ann Hightower and the estate of Elizabeth Barringer have sold a redevelopment property built as a single-family residence, at 1100 W. Abram St. in Arlington, to LWB Real Estate LLC. Wayne Burgdorf with Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance DFW represented the seller. Beau Browne represented the buyer.


Zytech Building Systems has leased 93,198 square feet at 2817 Braswell Drive in Fort Worth. Jeff Givens and Todd Hawpe of Transwestern-Fort Worth represented the landlord.

Yates Construction has leased 4,923 square feet at Mercantile Plaza, 4500 Mercantile Plaza Drive in Fort Worth. Andrew Ward and Brian Randolph of Mercantile Partners represented the landlord.

Victoria’s Southwest Jewelry & Gallery has leased 2,094 square feet at Ridglea Village Shopping Center, 6008-6150 Camp Bowie Blvd. in Fort Worth. Amy Pjetrovic and Tim Henson of Venture Commercial-DFW represented the landlord.

Sunrise Wood Designs LLC has leased 46,020 square feet at Prologis GSW 25, 714-720 107th St. in Arlington. Michael Chiocca of CBRE-Dallas represented the tenant. Mark Graybill of Lee & Associates-Dallas represented the landlord.

Echo Locum Tenens Inc. has leased 34,188 square feet at 7 Village Circle in Westlake. Josh White and Neal Puckett of CBRE represented the tenant. Chris Taylor, Rodney Helm, Trey Smith and Layne Mayfield of DTZ represented the landlord.

Promotional Specialties International Inc. has leased 7,203 square feet at The Courtyard @ Midway, 7415 Whitehall St. in Richland Hills. Matt Carthey and George Jennings of Holt Lunsford-Dallas represented the landlord.

Sur La Table has leased 5,780 square feet at Park Village, 1001-1161 E. Southlake Blvd. in Southlake. Amy Pjetrovic and Tim Henson of Venture Commercial-DFW represented the landlord.

Sundek Overflow Warehouse has leased 4,266 square feet at Parkway Plaza, Building B, 803-805 Avenue H East in Arlington. Andrew Gilbert and Canon Shoults of Holt Lunsford-Dallas represented the landlord.

Distinct Motors has leased 2,500 square feet at Johnson Station Industrial Park, Building B, 2627 S. Cooper St. in Arlington. Lee Schulman of Johnson Creek Properties represented the landlord.

Sell Us Your Car has leased 2,398 square feet at Carriage Plaza, 900 E. Copeland Road in Arlington. David Zoller of The Weitzman Group-DFW represented the landlord.

Southwest Age Institute has leased 1,981 square feet at Highpoint Medical & Health Campus, 800 W. Arbrook Blvd. in Arlington. Stephanie Phelps of The Tipton Group represented the landlord.

Raptim International Travel Inc. has leased 1,950 square feet at 1061 Texan Trail in Grapevine. Sammy Abuhamra of Mercer Co. represented the tenant. Gil Stroube and Oscar Couto of Lincoln Property Co.-Dallas represented the landlord.

Waste Track Services has leased 139,867 square feet at Industrial Crossing, 2401 W. Marshall Drive in Grand Prairie. Canon Shoults of Holt Lunsford-Dallas represented the landlord.

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