The owners of Westbury Square on Park Row Drive near Bowen Road in Pantego recently razed the bulk of the 40-year-old shopping and office center and sold just under an acre tract to Woodhaven National Bank.The land, just east of an Aldi grocery store, will become the site of a new branch location for Woodhaven's Mercantile Bank, which operates in the shopping center a block east of Westbury Square, said Sharon Burran, Woodhaven president.Construction of the branch will take place within the next year, she said, adding that the location will provide better visibility and room for expansion.The land was sold by Bomac Partners in Southlake, which has owned Westbury Square since 2010, deed records show.In 2008, Aldi, the German-owned discount grocer, bought half of Westbury Square for a store. It opened in 2010.In December, Bomac also sold a 17,000-square-foot tract on Bowen Road, adjacent to the Aldi, to JPMorgan Chase, which operates a small motor bank there, deed records show.Park Place buys landPark Place Motor Co. bought a 4.6-acre tract on Texan Trail in Grapevine, just north of its Park Place dealerships.A spokeswoman said there are no immediate plans for the property.Park Place has operated a Lexus dealership in Grapevine since 2000 and added Mercedes-Benz in 2011. Park Place has about 32 acres at Texan Trail and Minters Chapel Road on the north side of Texas 114.The property was sold by Airport Office joint venture in Addison, deed records show.Home tour plannedAmerican Institute of Architects Fort Worth will host its second annual Tour of Homes, a self-guided look showcasing some of Fort Worth's unique residential architecture, in late April.The tour of homes is curated exclusively by architects. Three of the homes provide a special insider's view of design and construction: The owners are also the homes' architect and builder.This self-guided public tour is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. April 27 and 28.The homes were chosen for their architectural excellence and ability to communicate to the public the important role the architect plays in residential design.Architects represented this year are Lee Roy Hahnfeld, Firm 817, Allen Architecture and Norman Ward.Tour tickets are $20 and available in person at the Center for Architecture, 3425 W. Seventh St. Or you can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for tickets by mail.Tickets may also be purchased for $25 at the homes themselves during the weekend of the tour. Tickets to visit individual homes are $10 on the day of the tour. Home addresses and maps will be distributed with ticket purchases.Transactions4350 Little Road, ArlingtonDollar Tree has leased 10,000 square feet for a store. Clay Mote, Dave Carter and Christopher Gibbons with Venture Commercial represented the landlord. Jim Weir with the Retail Connection represented the tenant.3301 W. Airport Freeway, BedfordCNK Architects has leased a 1,518-square-foot office. Moore Matthews with KW Commercial represented the tenant. Renee Efimoff with SCM Real Estate Services represented the landlord, SCM Realty.7865 Will Rogers Blvd., Fort WorthSterigenics US has leased 24,419 square feet of warehouse space in Carter Business Center Building 1 from Carter Industrial Partners. Nick Talley with Bradford Commercial Real Estate negotiated the deal.1300 S. University Drive, Fort WorthDale Property Services, an affiliate of oil and gas company Dale Resources, has leased 4,900 square feet of office space in University Center I. Richard Minker and Chad Snyder with CASE Commercial Real Estate Partners represented the tenant. Frank Taylor with Jones Lang LaSalle represented the landlord.2560 River Park Plaza, Fort WorthCampo San Antonio bought a 4,469-square-foot office building from River Park Commons. Moore Matthews with KW Commercial represented the buyer. Mack House with the Westover Group represented the seller.8625 Mid Cities Blvd., North Richland HillsCampo San Antonio bought a 4,067-square-foot office building from Compass Realty LP. Moore Matthews with KW Commercial represented the buyer. Russ Webb with Silver Oak Realty represented the seller.