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Wendy Davis’ former HQ gains three tenants as S. Main develops

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The Joeckel Law Firm, BrandEra Inc. and Vivicare Inc. have leased space in the former campaign headquarters of Democratic gubernatorial candidate Wendy Davis.

The tenants are planning June 1 move-ins to the restored office building at 219 S. Main St. The law firm and BrandEra, an advertising agency, will share a 2,790-square-foot suite on the third floor, with Vivicare occupying a 2,790-square-foot, second-floor office.

Representing the tenants in arranging five-year leases were Casey Tounget and Theron Bryant of Coldwell Banker Commercial DFW. Blake Lloyd of CBRE handled talks for the landlord, 1915 S. Main St. LP.

His tenant rep partner, Bryant, sold the property about two years ago to the current owner.The law firm and ad agency will relocate from 1117 W. Magnolia Ave. Vivicare, which provides pediatrics home healthcare, is moving from 255 N. Center St. in Arlington.

“Fort Worth South is experiencing significant growth and redevelopment activity. The South Main project, which was announced a few weeks ago, has made this building particularly appealing to our clients,” Tounget said.

The search for new spaces began at the beginning of the year. “We toured many locations. This building is well situated and has a distinct presence,” Tounget said. “We know that building quite well.”

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