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Lazy Dog

Southern California-based Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar has opened its second Texas location in Plano at Village 121 on 8401 Preston Road. The restaurant opened Nov. 23 and will mark the family-run company’s 21st location, bringing more than 200 new jobs to the area. Lazy Dog opened its first Texas restaurant in Addison at Village On The Parkway, and a third location is scheduled to open in the Euless at Glade Parks early next year.

“As we continue expansion of Lazy Dog in Texas, we are thrilled to be joining the Plano community,” said Chris Simms, founder and CEO of Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar. “Plano is a vibrant city with neighborhoods filled with families and growing business centers. With our strong commitment to providing innovative scratch cooking and genuine hospitality, we believe the Lazy Dog concept will fit perfectly with the residents and daytime workers of these neighborhoods.”

Lazy Dog Restaurant & Bar’s 9,356 square-foot interior will be designed to feel like a Rocky Mountain Wyoming escape, featuring grand lodge-inspired furnishings such as cozy fireplaces, ledge stone, a chandelier crafted from Aspen logs, as well as artwork reminiscent of the Cowboy State. Additionally, a 1,300 square-foot dog-friendly patio will offer a dog menu, featuring grilled meats and brown rice. Multiple flat screen TVs will be installed throughout the bar and patio areas for guests to cheer on their favorite sports teams. The restaurant’s interior will accommodate 252 guests, while the outdoor patio will seat 68.

Executive chef is Gabriel (Gabe) Caliendo. To complement the scratch-kitchen dishes, diners can choose from handcrafted cocktails like the Coconut Mojito or the Mango Chile Margarita, as well as a thoughtful selection of craft beers from local breweries like Deep Ellum Brewing Co. and Revolver Brewing.

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Plano office building changes hands

The Parkway West office building in Plano has been sold, with a local buyer snapping up the property at 4100 W. Plano Parkway.

Rubicon Representation LLC negotiated the sale of the 29,352-square-foot property.

Daniel Miller and Graham Perry of Rubicon Representation represented the buyer, a local investment partnership along with Sea Link International, an international logistics firm planning to relocate its office to the property from downtown Dallas. Wells Asset Management sold the property and will represent itself.

The building recently underwent a major renovation, which upgraded its interior. Current tenants include The Einstein School, Farmers Insurance and several medical practices.

Homebuilders announced for Forney residential community

David Weekley Homes, Gehan Homes and Horizon Homes have been chosen as homebuilders for Gateway Parks, a 2,000-acre master-planned community in the Kaufman County town of Forney east of Dallas.

The newly announced builders will kick off the first phase with 439 homes, priced from the mid-$200s. All three firms are building on 50-foot and 60-foot lot sizes.

“We’ve brought in a slate of quality builders at an affordable price point that buyers want,” said Alan Bain, vice president-real estate development with project developer Gateway Holdings LP, commenting in a news release.

The first models will be open in early 2017.

One- and two-story homes are available from 1,800 square feet to 3,500 square feet with several floor plans. Residents can expect a 9,000-square-foot resort-style amenity center featuring a clubhouse, a three-pool complex and an event lawn with an outdoor entertainment stage.

Gateway Parks will be in the Forney public school system, with amenities including jogging trails, playground areas and several planned parks that will have room for soccer and baseball fields.

Developers have set aside land for an elementary school site within the community to accommodate future growth and provide residents with a Forney Independent School District school within walking distance.

Gateway Parks eventually will offer 1,840 single-family homes. Additional plans for the community consists of a 40-acre retail center and over 1,300 acres for commercial/office, medical, retail, hotel and some additional residential.

Tricky Fish opens

Tricky Fish has opened its first location at CityLine, the 186-acre mixed-use project in Richardson.

Owned and developed by Razzoo’s, Tricky Fish is a casual, southern seafood restaurant where guests can choose to order at the counter and seat themselves, or sit in the full-service bar area and enjoy a more traditional dining experience.

“CityLine is so excited to welcome Tricky Fish, and we know that our neighbors will love this brand-new concept serving up fresh, made-from-scratch seafood,” said Jessica Robertson, marketing director at CityLine. “Their service style will be a perfect fit for our guests, whether they are grabbing a quick lunch and heading back to the office, or winding down with the daily happy hour selections.”

“We are very excited to be opening our first Tricky Fish at CityLine,” said Chris Degan, president of Razzoo’s Brands. “The restaurant lineup will make the development a premier dining destination, and the mix of office and residential creates a great atmosphere. We were lucky to find such a perfect spot for our debut location.”

The 3,800-square-foot Tricky Fish location is in the ground floor of Three CityLine at 1251 State Street, next to Jasper’s.

Sales

H&A Brothers LP has purchased a 58,989-square-foot building at 1501 Luna Road in Carrollton from Nu Vista Series 1D LLC. Lee & Associates LP represented the seller and Ryan Boozer of Stream Realty Partners represented the buyer.

Leases

Apollo Managing General Agency, LLC has leased 9,501 square feet of office space located at 2425 Central Expressway in Richardson. Kent Smith, SIOR of NAI Robert Lynn represented the tenant. Laura Maczka of Sooner National represented the landlord.

Kruvand Associates, Inc. has leased 4,490 square feet of office space located at 1202 Richardson Drive in Richardson. Kent Smith, SIOR of NAI Robert Lynn represented the tenant. Bill Rudd of Haggard Property Group, Ltd. represented the landlord.

ATC Transportation LLC has leased 75,676 square feet at 12750 Perimeter Drive in Dallas. Matt Dornak and Ryan Wolcott of Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, DRA Advisors. Hanes Chatham of Stream Realty Partners represented the tenant.

BG Finance & Accounting Inc. has leased 2,170 square feet at 3608 Preston Road in Plano from Coit-Park Inc. Clay Vaughn and Preston Lynn of CBRE-Dallas represented the tenant.

Krebs Farley has leased 2,937 square feet of office space at 2301 W. Plano Parkway, Suite 200 in Plano from Griffin Partners Inc. Layne Mayfield, Trey Smith and Johnny Johnson represented the landlord.

Modoma Health Systems has leased 4,829 square feet of office space at 6505 W. Park Blvd. in Plano from Hartman Prestonwood Properties LLC. Chris Hillman and Preston Knowlton of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.

BG Finance & Accounting Inc. has leased 2,170 square feet at 3608 Preston Road in Plano from Coit-Park Inc. Clay Vaughn and Preston Lynn of CBRE-Dallas represented the tenant.


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