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REAL PEOPLE

Younger Partners has added veteran commercial real estate researcher Steve Triolet as director of research for the Dallas-based firm. Triolet has more than 18 years’ experience with stops at CBRE, JLL and Xceligent.

NEW CHIROPRACTIC OFFICES

The Joint Chiropractic, a chiropractic franchise, has opened two new chiropractic offices, one in Saginaw and one in Keller. The clinics, owned by PACE Interests, are the 26th and 27th locations in the Dallas-Fort Worth area and are operated by general manager Dean Davenport. The new clinics are part of a multi-unit deal to grow the brand in the DFW area.

SALE

Seth Koschak with Stream Realty Partners represented RR Reddy Real Estate in the purchase of 16 acres at 1251 Harmon Road in Haslet. Jim Klein with Texas Business Vistas represented the seller, Richard Korman.

LEASES

Tom’s Mechanical Inc. has renewed its lease for 17,652 square feet of industrial space at Arlington Business Park, 731-745 109th St., in Arlington. Transwestern’s John Brewer represented the landlord, Vista Verde Industrial, in the transaction.

Lane Construction has extended its lease for 8,613 square feet of office space at Mercantile Center One, 3001 Meacham Blvd., in Fort Worth. Randy Garrett of Transwestern and Jo Thompson of La Terra Commercial represented the tenant. Andrew Ward of Mercantile Partners LP represented the landlord.

Lendlease (US) Partnerships LLC has renewed its lease for 5,858 square feet of office space at Tower 909, 909 Lake Carolyn Parkway in Irving. Transwestern’s Kim Brooks, Justin Miller and Scott Walker represented the landlord, KBS Realty Advisors. Mike Wyatt and Brian Wilson of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant

Woodcrest Capital secured a new tenant for 17,500 square feet of space at its newly acquired 62,427-square-foot retail property at the intersection of North Tarrant Parkway and Davis Boulevard in North Richland Hills. Taylor Marks represented the owner.

AmerCareRoyal LLC leased 63,346 square feet at Lakeside Corporate Center, 700 Lakeside Parkway in Flower Mound. Blake Kendrick and Jeremy Kelly with Stream Realty Partners represented the landlord, RREEF. Jim Brice at Holt Lunsford Commercial Inc., represented the tenant.

Woodcrest Capital has secured a new restaurant tenant that will be hitting the North Fort Worth/Keller market this summer in Park Glen Summit, a 36,035-square-foot center off Basswood Boulevard and Denton Highway. The 1,240-square-foot Asian fusion concept will focus primarily on take-out and to-go orders. Taylor Stinnett represented the landlord, Woodcrest Capital.

Taylor Marks with Woodcrest Capital negotiated the expansion of a CrossFit tenant at Watauga Marketplace, a Woodcrest-owned center in Watauga. The deal more than doubled the size of the tenant’s space and brought the center’s small shop retail to 100 percent occupancy.

Hanes Industries renewed its 66,052-square-foot lease at International Airport Center, 615 Westport Parkway in Grapevine. Steve Koldyke represented the landlord, International Airport Center Inc. Ryan Boozer with Stream Realty Partners represented the tenant.

Woodcrest Capital has secured a new anchor tenant, Dirt Cheap, for Rufe Snow Village, a 100,000-square-foot retail center in North Richland Hills. Taylor Marks and Taylor Stinnett represented the landlord.

One Way Church of Saginaw chose the 58,930-square-foot Saginaw Commons for a new location near Loop 820 and Interstate 35. Taylor Stinnett represented the landlord, Woodcrest Capital.

Bright Realty brokered leases for a burger bar and an art studio in the growing Castle Hills Village Shops in Lewisville. The 2,600-square-foot Grind Burger Bar & Tap Room is in Phase 5 of the Village Shops. This is the second location for the restaurant; the first is opening soon in Craig Ranch. Britton Lankford and Tim McNutt Jr. represented the landlord. Tim McNutt Sr. of Renee Mears Inc. represented the tenant.

The 1,585-square-foot art studio Design Time will open in Phase 1 of the Village Shops. Britton Lankford and Tim McNutt Jr. represented the landlord. In addition, Kim’s Alterations, also in Phase 1 of the Village Shops, renewed its lease for two years.

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

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