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Real Deals: Dog Day Care for Grapevine

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DOG DAY CARE FRANCHISE

COMING TO GRAPEVINE

Camp Bow Wow, a dog day care, boarding, training and in-home pet care facility, has leased 12,000 square feet at 1200 Texan Trail in Grapevine, CBRE announced.

This will be the second franchise location for co-owners Chuck and Linda Grady, who also own the Camp Bow Wow in Coppell.

“We hope to satisfy a largely unmet need for dog day care and boarding services in Grapevine with this convenient, easily accessible location on the city’s east side,” said Linda Grady. “We are excited to bring the Camp Bow Wow brand to Grapevine and the warm response from the city, Chamber of Commerce, Convention & Visitors Bureau and our existing customers has been very gratifying.”

The Grapevine location is slated to open this fall.

Pete Danna and Layne Mayfield with CBRE in Dallas represented Camp Bow Wow in site selection and lease negotiations. Matthew Thompson and Phillip Rosenfeld with Lee & Associates represented the landlord, Monit.

WHAT DOESN’T STAY IN FW …

PELOTON EXPANDS TO NEVADA

Fort Worth-based land development services firm Peloton Land Solutions Inc. is expanding out of state, into the southern Nevada market.

Peloton, with three Texas offices, recently announced the opening of its fourth – the first outside of Texas – in Henderson, Nevada.

Denny Peters, formerly in Peloton’s Fort Worth corporate office, will oversee the new office as Nevada operations manager, leading business development and operations for the expansion. Prior to coming to Fort Worth, Peters was a civil engineer in the Las Vegas Valley for more than 10 years and was community development engineering manager for the City of Reno.

“As one of the fastest growing metropolitan regions in the country, we’ve had Las Vegas on our radar for a while,” said Peloton President and CEO Aric Head. “The growth opportunities there are significant, and engineering and planning services are in high demand.”

Peloton expects its client base to be similar to its Texas markets with a focus on residential, commercial and industrial development, as well as public infrastructure. It offers services including site selection, planning, zoning, feasibility studies, utility and infrastructure planning, civil engineering, flood studies and permitting.

“I’m excited to spearhead this new charge for Peloton and appreciate their confidence in me to lead their first expansion outside of Texas,” said Peters. Hired by Peloton in 2016 as a senior project manager, Peters has more than 25 years’ experience in civil and environmental engineering with expertise in water resources and hydrology. In his previous position at Peloton he managed project budgets and schedules, contributed to business development and cultivated client relationships, among other areas. Peters is a registered professional engineer in Arizona, California, Nevada, Texas and Utah, and a registered professional hydrologist. He has a master’s degree in civil and environmental engineering from California Polytechnic State University.

JLL MAKES TWO LEASE DEALS

IN SOUTHWEST FORT WORTH

JLL has negotiated a new office lease for the Make-A-Wish Foundation of North Texas. The nonprofit organization will move its Fort Worth office to 4541 Bellaire Drive South, Suite 102, from 3509 Hulen St.

JLL Fort Worth market lead Todd Burnette represented the tenant. Vasseur Commercial Real Estate Inc.’s Chris L. Stewart represented the landlord.

“We’re honored to partner with Make-A-Wish and thrilled to find a new location for them to continue their amazing work,” said Burnette. “This new office provides their organization more space and accessibility for their team and will help them to continue to grant wishes for children in North Texas and around the world.”

Separately, Fort Worth-based accounting firm of Denke, McBride & Ryan CPAs PLLC is relocating its headquarters to recently redeveloped 4200 South Hulen St., JLL also announced.

“This new office will allow our firm to accommodate future growth while providing a great quality work environment for our employees,” said Danny R. Denke, managing partner/CEO at Denke, McBride. “We are committed to providing the highest standard of service for our clients and look forward to elevating our level of service in the years to come.”

JLL managing director Pat McDowell negotiated the new 7,116-square-foot office lease on behalf of the tenant. Transwestern’s Whit Kelly represented the landlord, 4200 S. Hulen Partners L.P.

“Identifying an office solution that allows Denke, McBride & Ryan to continue providing their clients the highest level of customer service and deliver state-of-the-art accounting practices was pivotal,” said McDowell. “Thanks in part to recent upgrades and capital improvements, 4200 South Hulen provides their team the cutting-edge environment to increase their client base and advance their practice.”

According to JLL Research, the West/Southwest Fort Worth submarket, where both Make-A-Wish and Denke, McBride & Ryan are relocating, currently has the lowest total vacancy rate in the Dallas-Fort Worth region at 7.5 percent, year to date.

SALES

Stop Six Church of Christ has sold its property at 4500 E. Berry St. in Fort Worth to First Redemption International Ministries. The 2.5 acre-property includes the church’s 8,480-square-foot building, which was built in 1960. Service Realty Inc. and Gene J. Livens, who specializes in special-purpose properties such as churches and schools, acted as an intermediary. The property was last listed for $399,000.

Kenneth and Marcie Conrad have sold a 4,600-square-foot building at 503 Mercedes St. and 43,560 square feet of land in Benbrook to Carpetbags and Scallyways Investments LLC.

NAI Robert Lynn’s Grant Irvin represented the buyer. Nathan Vasseur of Vasseur Commercial Real Estate Inc. represented the seller.

Village Creek Townhomes, a 184-unit apartment property in southeast Fort Worth, has been sold to a Texas-based partnership. Kyle Palmer, vice president/regional manager of Marcus & Millichap’s Fort Worth office, announced the sale.

Al Silva, senior managing director investments in Marcus & Millichap’s Fort Worth office, marketed the property for the seller, a Dallas-based private investment group. Silva also secured the buyer The new owners plan to make dramatic improvements to property management and add more common area amenities for residents.

Village Creek Townhomes is an individually-metered community located at 2800 Briery Drive along Loop 820. It was built in 1970 and completely rebuilt from the studs in 1994. It consists of about 100 duplex-style buildings that offer two-, three-and four-bedroom floor plans.

Send real deals to Robert Francis at rfrancis@bizpress.net

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