Aldi is adding another Tarrant County grocery store

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Aldi is building a grocery store at the northeast corner of Eastchase Parkway and Ederville Road, behind the Burger King at the Eastchase Marketplace.

An Aldi spokeswoman said she had no details about the store but said it would open by year’s end.

Aldi’s Texas division, based in Denton, bought 2.8 acres in mid-May from Equity Alliance of Fort Worth LLC in Farmington Hills, Mich.

Aldi entered the Dallas-Fort Worth market in 2008 with its first store in Pantego. It has 13 Tarrant County locations and a distribution center in Denton.

Arlington office building sold

Onward Investors, a real estate investment company in Edina, Minn., recently bought the Arbors of Brookhollow office building in north Arlington.

The 176,227-square-foot building, built in 1999 at 2201 E. Lamar Blvd., was 71 percent leased when sold, said Onward Investors CEO John Solberg.

It was sold by LNR Texas Partners in Miami Beach, the owner since 2010, according to deed records.

Glade Points adds tenants

Glade Points Shopping Center, at the northwest corner of Glade Road and Texas 121 in Colleyville, has picked up two new restaurants.

Pho Duy has leased 2,494 square feet for a Vietnamese restaurant, and Nizza Pizza has leased 2,500 square feet.

Pho Duy will be opening its first Texas location. It is currently in Denver. Nizza Pizza, family-owned and -operated, has locations Weatherford and Granbury.

Roger Smeltzer of Vision Commercial negotiated the leases. The center is now 76 percent leased.


1209 Sturgeon Court, Arlington

CentiMark Corp. has leased 5,906 square feet to store and distribute flooring products. Jim Easton of Ron Sturgeon Real Estate represented the landlord .

7501 Chapel Ave., Fort Worth

PRS of Texas has leased 1,900 square feet from Cendera Real Estate Investments. Dick Myers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the landlord.

2508-14 W. Pafford St., Fort Worth

Carl Love Properties has bought a 5,380-square-foot automotive repair building. Dick Myers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the seller, the Parra Family Trust.

850-1150 Blue Mound Road, Fort Worth

Blue Mound Business Center has four new tenants: Wood Brothers, tool sharping company, 1,500 square feet; Barry Schram, aviation inspection company, 2,580 square feet; Joshua Baker, RV storage and repair, 1,600 square feet; and, MMJ Pumps, pump manufacturer, 3,150 square feet. Jim Eaton of Ron Sturgeon Real Estate represented the landlord.

722 E. Pipeline Road, Hurst

Veterans Thrift Shop has leased 8,400 square feet in the Village Square Shopping Center from Engelsma Ltd. Erik E. Blais and Karen Simon of Bradford Commercial represented the landlord.

7001 Boulevard 26, North Richland Hills

Auto Loan Technologies, which does business as AutoZoom, has leased 2,456 square feet from 7001 Partners. Nathan Vasseur of Coldwell Banker Searcy Vasseur Group represented the landlord.

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