2 companies plan emergency care center in Colleyville

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Emerus, The Woodlands-based operator of emergency care facilities, is teaming with Baylor Healthcare on a proposed emergency medical center at the southwest corner of Colleyville Boulevard and Church Street in Colleyville, according to the city's latest economic development report.

The group has submitted a special-use permit application for a 16,165-square-foot facility at 5408-5500 Colleyville Blvd. The facility will have seven exam rooms and eight inpatient beds. About 25 patients are expected to visit the facility daily, the report said.

Emerus officials estimate that 75 percent of patients are within 18 minutes of the proposed facility. An average wait for a patient to see a physician at its facility would be about 15 minutes, Emerus says. The center will have 30 to 40 workers.

Dowdey, Anderson and Associates in Dallas, an engineering, design and land planning firm, is working on the project.

Colleyville's Planning and Zoning Commission has approved the special-use permit. The City Council will hear the commission's recommendation at a meeting.

Grapevine firm buys apartments

Grapevine-based SQN Realty Finance and Houston-based Allen Harrison Co. have partnered to buy the Blenheim Apartments, a 156-unit apartment community in Houston.

SQN said it's the seventh deal it has closed since forming in March 2011. It said it has contributed joint-venture equity on more than $47 million worth of commercial real estate. The two firms have bought multifamily assets in Houston and Dallas.

Transactions

1818 S. Cooper St., Arlington

Computer Doctors, specializing in computer and electronics repair and service, has leased 1,250 square feet. Richard Polishuk of the Weitzman Group represented the landlord.

2008 Bedford Road, Bedford

JKJM Properties has sold a 2,432-square-foot office to Carl and Charlsie Mitcham. John Lucas of Century 21 Mike Bowman Commercial represented the seller. Taylor Mitcham of Bates and Myers represented the buyer.

4708 Colleyville Blvd., Colleyville

Carrollton-based developer Standridge Cos. have bought 1.4 acres across from the Village Park Shopping Center. Jim and John Griffith of Greenway Enterprises represented the seller. Jim Makens of the Makens Co. represented the buyer.

1405-09 Ave. H, Grand Prairie

Collision Central of Arlington has leased 18,000 square feet of industrial space. Mark Graybill, Matt Smith and Tom Walrich of Lee & Associates represented the landlord, GPT Warehouse. Stephen Cooper of Robert Lynn represented the tenant.

3605-09 McCart Ave., Fort Worth

Beaubien Mgt. Fund has bought a 13,470-square-foot building. James Ryffel of Woodcrest Capital represented the buyer. Dick Myers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the seller, Singletary Properties.

8200 Tumbleweed Trail, White Settlement

Fred Bane Jr. has bought the 5,500-square-foot Horizons of Hope church facilities on 2 acres. Gene Livens of Service Realty represented the seller. J. Searcy of Tailwind Advisors represented the buyer.

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