Atlas Resource Partners leases two floors in new Sundance Square office building

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The Fort Worth office of Atlas Resource Partners, a Pittsburgh-based oil and gas exploration and production company, has leased 24,000 square feet in the Westbrook, one of Sundance Square’s new office buildings opening in November.

Atlas will occupy the third and fourth floors. The Westbrook is on the west side of the new Sundance Plaza at 425 Houston St. Atlas Resources is now at 111 W. Fourth St.

Robert Gamblin and Bill Booker of Sundance Square, and Mark Schumacher, Atlas Resources executive vice president, negotiated the deal.

Atlas Resource Partners owns an interest in more than 12,000 producing natural gas and oil wells primarily in Appalachia, the Barnett Shale, the Raton Basin in New Mexico and the Black Warrior Basin in Alabama. Last year, it acquired Titan Operating LLC, a private Fort Worth-based producer with assets in Arlington and Northeast Tarrant County, for about $200 million.

Development planned for former Texaco site

For the Arlington readers who have asked what’s happening at the southeast corner of Pioneer Parkway and Cooper Street where a Texaco station has been razed, here’s the latest.

The land was sold July 1 by Arlington Mobile to 4Pad LLC, an entity of Hayco Realty in Fort Worth headed by general partner John Cockerham, according to deed and secretary of state records.

Hayco is connected to real estate developer Haydn Cutler in Fort Worth and to Cockerham, who is chief financial officer.

Haydn Cutler Co. has developed 42 community shopping centers and some office and commercial buildings for restaurants and retailers, its website says.

Regarding the Arlington tract, 800 W. Pioneer Parkway, Cockerham said: “Haydn Cutler Co. is the broker for this property and they are actively pursuing a tenant for this location. Unfortunately, there is not much to report at this time as no lease has been executed at this time.”

Fort Worth group sells Dallas apartments

Fort Worth-based Panther FW Investments has sold Arbor Mist, a 196-unit apartment community in Dallas, to an out-of-state buyer.

Panther FW Investments, a private real estate investment firm, bought the property in 2010 and renovated it.

Transactions

Interstate 35W and Basswood Boulevard, Fort Worth

Fast Taco has bought 1.1 acres in front of Home Depot from Basswood Development. Clay Mote of Venture Commercial represented the seller. Paul McKinney of McKinney Commercial represented the buyer.

3529 Heritage Trace Parkway, Fort Worth

Mooyah Burgers has leased space in a retail strip center planned for the corner of Old Denton Road and Heritage Trace Parkway. Roger Smeltzer and Ricky Abbamondi of Vision Commercial and Pete Podesta of United Commercial Realty represented Mooyah.

1517 W. North Carrier Parkway, Grand Prairie

Arc Document Solutions has leased 6,626 square feet of flex industrial space in Carrier Place from Americo-Carrier LP. Will Dillard and Michael Spain of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the landlord. Blake Anderson and David Eseke of Cassidy Turley represented the tenant.

Davis Boulevard near Precinct Line Road, North Richland Hills

William and Patricia Anderson have sold 3.32 acres to Bomac Davis Investments, which plans to develop an Aldi grocery store and a bank. Mark Wood of Howe/Wood & Co. represented the seller. Kevin McIntosh represented the buyer.

Sandra Baker, 817-390-7727 Twitter: @SandraBakerFWST

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