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Carlisle Title opens Fort Worth office

Carlisle Title of Texas LLC signed a lease for a new 2,256-square-foot office at 2800 S. Hulen St. in the River Tree Plaza I building. As part of Carlisle Title’s network of offices, the new location offers title and closing services for residential, commercial, lender and bank title needs.

“We are excited to be in Fort Worth – a vibrant big city with a small-town feel and wonderful people,” said Carlisle Title President Buzz McCray. “We are confident our Fort Worth team will set the new standard of excellence for title services in the area.”

Longtime Fort Worth resident, attorney and Texas Christian University alumna Sharon Fulgham and title industry veteran Chris Howard will lead the new office.

“Our goal is to build lasting relationships and exceed expectations with our outstanding customer service,” said Howard. “We’re confident that our proactive communication, commitment to excellence, and unprecedented passion to serve our customers will set us apart.”

Kirk Kelly with Transwestern represented the landlord in the transaction.

Trademark adds Walsh as senior rep

Trademark Property Co., the Fort Worth-based retail and mixed-use development, investment and institutional services firm, has added Gavin Walsh as senior leasing representative. With 12 years of experience in retail leasing and development, Walsh will support leasing efforts for three of Trademark’s mixed-use properties: Waterside in Fort Worth, Watters Creek in Allen and Hillside Village in Cedar Hill.

“Gavin brings a proven track record of strategic and successful leasing efforts, and we look forward to putting his talents to work at these three key Trademark properties,” said Steve Toppel, executive vice president of leasing, Trademark.

Previously Walsh was a senior leasing representative for The Shopping Center Group in Raleigh, North Carolina, where he was responsible for leasing a portfolio of more than 3 million square feet. He also worked as a broker for Katz & Associates, completing business development and brokerage activities in North Carolina and South Carolina. Earlier in his career, he was a vice president for Cushman & Wakefield/Commercial Carolina and an associate director for Channel Partners LLC.

Walsh is a licensed real estate broker and member of the International Council of Shopping Centers. He received his bachelor’s degree in finance and real estate management from Western Michigan University.

MOORE CONSTRUCTION

BUILDING SPEC CENTER

Bob Moore Construction of Arlington has broken ground on a 350,000-square-foot Interpoint Distribution Center in Wilmer, Texas, on behalf of Houston developer Skyhawk Partners.

The new speculative space distribution center will be located along the Interstate 45 frontage road in Wilmer in southeast Dallas County. Built with tilt-up construction, this cross-dock distribution facility will feature a 32-foot clear height, with decorative finishing and aluminum composite panel canopies at the exterior. Construction is in the site work phase and is planned for completion later in 2017.

COMING ATTRACTION

Galaxy Theatres will join the Grandscape development in The Colony, the Dallas-based luxury movie theatre company announced in January. Galaxy will break ground this year on an 85,000-square-foot, 16-screen venue with a projected open date of spring 2019.

SALES

Clifford Crossing, a 4,300-square-foot retail strip on the northwest corner of Clifford Street and Loop 820 in West Fort Worth, has been purchased by Blazing Meadows Investments LLC for an undisclosed price from MG Retail Partners, who developed the property in a joint venture with Vaquero Ventures. This is the first U.S. investment for South African-based Blazing Meadows Investments. Clifford Crossing was built in 2016 and is 100 percent leased. Michael Austry CBRE in Dallas represented the seller, and Karim Budri with Gharbieh + Associates in Dallas represented the buyer.

Wilbow-Morningstar Development Inc. sold 150 lots in the Morningstar Addition in Aledo to HMH Lifestyles LP. Lester Day with Transwestern and Matt Bilardi represented the seller.

Fort Worth Pipeline Co. LLC sold 2.46 acres at 2101 W. Rosedale St. in Fort Worth to MTV LLC. Jack Huff and Kyle Poulson with Transwestern represented the seller.

Oncor Electric Delivery Co. LLC sold 65,340 square feet of land at 3001 Altamesa Blvd. in Fort Worth to GFC Leasing Corp. LLC. Jim Sager with Transwestern represented the seller.

The Options Clearing Corp. sold a 37,712-square-foot office building at 6032 Innovation Way in Keller to 6032 Innovation Way LLC. Sarah LanCarte and Robert Deptula with Transwestern represented the seller.

54 Milestone Properties LLC sold a 2,832-square-foot office building at 1214 Fairmount Ave. in Fort Worth to Barrow Law PLLC. Jeff Givens with Transwestern represented the buyer.

LEASES

Great Southwest Construction Inc. signed a new 4-acre lease at 10050 Jacksboro Highway in Fort Worth with Jack 2199 Inc. Sarah LanCarte with Transwestern represented the landlord.

Several new and extended leases were signed at River Tree Plaza I at 2800 S. Hulen St. Texas American Title Co. signed a new 3,710-square-foot office lease. Texas Secure Title signed a new 1,429-square-foot office lease. Kenneth McAlister extended its 2,331-square-foot office lease. Kirk Kelly with Transwestern represented the landlord in those transactions.

Thai Orange LLC signed a new 1,750-square-foot retail lease in Rocky Point Shopping Center at 6060 Rocky Point Trail in Lake Worth with Katie’s Express Car Wash LLC. Sarah LanCarte and Amber Calhoun with Transwestern represented the landlord.

Davita Dialysis has leased 6,989 square feet at Parkwood Village Shopping Center, 113-217 E. Harwood Road in Hurst. Eric Deuillet of Structure Commercial represented the tenant and the landlord.

Junkies Mechanic has leased 5,500 square feet at 2701 Lipscomb St. in Fort Worth. Monika Guzman of Structure Commercial represented the tenant and the landlord.

L3 Technologies, Inc. has leased 35,125 square feet at 2251 E. Division St. in Arlington. Dave Anderson and Steve Koldyke of CBRE–Dallas represented the landlord.

North Texas Collision Center LLC has leased 23,145 square feet at 1220 Corporate Drive E. in Arlington. Matt Thompson represented the tenant. Corby Hodgkiss of Mercer Co. represented the landlord.

Buy Everything Buy has leased 3,600 square feet at Beach-Conner Industrial Park, 2741-2749 Ludelle St. in Fort Worth. Carl Brown of SVN Commercial Realty–Trinity Advisors represented the landlord.

AB Box Co has leased 3,600 square feet at Beach-Conner Industrial Park, 2731-2739 Ludelle St, in Fort Worth. Carl Brown of SVN Commercial Realty–Trinity Advisors represented the landlord.

New Testament Church has leased 2,204 square feet at Cherry Hill Plaza, 1600-1650 S. Cherry Lane in White Settlement. James Blake and Jeff Watson of SVN Commercial Realty–Trinity Advisors represented the landlord.

Laura Elizondo has leased 2,183 square feet at Cherry Hill Plaza, 1600-1650 S. Cherry Lane in White Settlement. James Blake and Jeff Watson of SVN Commercial Realty–Trinity Advisors represented the landlord.

Fruit of the Earth has leased 43,935 square feet at 1450 Avenue R in Grand Prairie. Tom Walrich of Lee & Associates represented the tenant. Michael Stanzel and Tom Lynn of NAI Robert Lynn represented the landlord.

Double R Transport has leased 36,625 square feet at 1313 Avenue R in Grand Prairie. Chris Bly and Dan Lawson of Proterra Properties Inc. represented the landlord.

Ekostar has leased 11,000 square feet at 1922-1938 N. Great Southwest Parkway in Grand Prairie. Joe Rudd of Transwestern–Dallas represented the landlord.

Feeding Children Everywhere has leased 9,059 square feet at Post & Paddock Service Center, 2520 N. Great Southwest Parkway in Grand Prairie. Gil Stroube and David Holiner of Lincoln Property Co.–Dallas represented the landlord.

Medical Plus Supplies LLC has leased 4,800 square feet at Westfork Center, Building C, 1555 Avenue S in Grand Prairie. Michael Spain and Jim Ferris of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services–GSW Office represented the landlord.


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