Shortly after buying land in early April in Grand Prairie for a possible store, San Antonio-based H.E. Butt Grocery Co. bought 16 acres off Bailey Boswell Road in north Fort Worth.The land was sold by Triple T Farms in Grapevine to BB Boat Club Road Retail, which in turn sold the land to H-E-B, deed records show. A site plan filed with the deed shows the property at Bailey Boswell Road and Samfur Deer Run.H-E-B recently bought 18.2 acres at the southwest corner of Lake Ridge Parkway and Camp Wisdom Road in Grand Prairie, but the company declined to release its plans for the site.H-E-B opened an 88,000-square-foot store in Burleson in September 2010. It also has stores in Cleburne, Waxahachie, Ennis, Stephenville, Corsicana and Granbury. It has Central Market stores in Fort Worth, Dallas and Southlake.The grocer has said it is interested in expanding in Dallas-Fort Worth but has always been coy about its plans.Goldthwaite'sClay Mazur, under the entity 1401 Foch L.P., has bought the former Goldthwaite's building and property at the southernmost end of Foch Street, near the entrance to Trinity Park, deed records showMazur, principal of Mazur Capital and owner of the nearby Capital Bar, bought the 2.5-acre property from Trinity Six Development Partnership, which bought it in September 2010 from Chesapeake Energy.Trinity Six consisted of the principals of HGC Real Estate, a Fort Worth-based luxury home builder, and Larry White Jr. Investments.Mazur could not be reached for comment on his plans for the property.The property has changed hands several times. Chesapeake bought the property in January 2009 from Carla and Ken Newell, who had bought it in 2008 from Reilly Bros. Properties. Reilly Bros. bought it in 2002 after the Goldthwaite family sold it to pay creditors in a bankruptcy case.The sale included 43,551 square feet in three buildings that were once used as warehouses and offices.Mazur was involved in developing the Capital Bar and the Magnolia Motor Lounge at Norwood and Morton streets.Arlington tower soldAmerican Fidelity Assurance Co. has bought the JPMorgan Chase Bank tower at 500 E. Border St. in Arlington from Brookfield Real Estate Opportunity Group.The 12-story, 267,780-square-foot building sits on 11.3 acres and was 95 percent leased at the time of the sale.Chase Bank and Texas Health Resources occupy 72 percent of the building. Chase has leased there since 2007. Trend Micro, a global technology firm, has 40,000 square feet.Gary Carr, Russell Ingrum, Eric Mackey and Robert Hill with CBRE represented the seller.Transactions2221 E. Lamar Blvd., ArlingtonFirst Group International has leased 16,868 square feet of office space in Brookhollow. Daniel Rudd and Billy Vahrenhamp with Colliers International represented the tenant. Bryan Graham with CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord, Brookhollow II Holdings.15600 Trinity Blvd., Fort WorthMidwest Truck and Auto Parts has leased 14,119 square feet of industrial space. Mark Graybill, Trey Fricke and Reid Bassinger represented the landlord. Rick Medinis with NAI Robert Lynn represented the tenant.5001 Wichita St., Fort WorthPerfecting Faith Community Church bought the 7,400-square-foot Life Fellowship Church facilities. Jim Austin with the Austin Co. negotiated the deal.1201 W. North Carrier Parkway, Grand PrairieAction Imports has leased 21,674 square feet of industrial space. Mark Graybill and Donnie Rohde with Lee & Associates represented the tenant. Steve Koldyke with CB Richard Ellis represented the landlord, Walton Street Capital.1961 S. Main St., KellerCC Carpet has leased 3,000 square feet from Keller Strip Center L.P. Sylvia Pell with Pell Realty Group represented the landlord.