McAlister’s Deli signs lease for north Fort Worth location

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McAlister’s Deli will open its third Fort Worth restaurant in a neighborhood shopping center being developed in the Alliance area of north Fort Worth.

The Mississippi-based franchise chain, which specializes in sandwiches and soups, will open a 3,500-square-foot location at 9604 N. Riverside Dr., at the northeast corner of Old Denton Road and Heritage Trace Parkway.

The shopping center is being developed by JBL Asset Management. Roger Smeltzer and Barrett England with Vision Commercial Realty, and Bryan Dyer and Trip Green with The Woodmont Co. negotiated lease.

In Tarrant County, McAlister’s also has restaurants in Arlington, Colleyville, North Richland Hills and Southlake.

Separately, Salata, which bills itself as the next-generation salad bar, has leased 2,309 square feet of space in the GrandMarc at Westberry Place, at 2864 W. Berry St. It is scheduled to open in August. The Houston-based company also has a location in Sundance Square.

Chris Mendez with Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance DFW represented the landlord. Carter Butler with United Commercial Realty represented the Houston-based Salata's franchisee.

Supplement maker moving to east Fort Worth

Universal Nutrients, a manufacturer of sports nutrition supplements, has signed a long-term lease for 130,128 square feet of industrial space at 14801 Sovereign Road in Fort Worth.

Trey Fricke and Reid Bassinger with Lee & Associates represented the tenant. The landlord, MLRP 14801 Sovereign Llc., was represented in-house by Matthew Smith.

Granbury-based firm expands in Arlington

Waste Track Services, a Granbury-based recycler, has leased 52,198 square feet at an industrial site in the Great Southwest Industrial District in Arlington.

The company will move in May to 2920 Avenue F from its existing location at 833 S. Great Southwest Parkway in Grand Prairie. The company also has locations in Eagan, Minn., and Memphis.

Jim Ferris with Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented landlord, FPA Division Associates. Will Dillard with Bradford represented the tenant.

Transactions

1151 Mansfield Road, Arlington

The Mansfield School District has bought the Walnut Ridge Baptist Church property. Gene Livens with Service Realty represented the seller.

2612 Harwood Road, Bedford

Dr. Hamid Moayad bought a 1,860-square-foot medical office condo to locate his practice. Roger Smeltzer with Vision Commercial and Jim Deaton with Infinit Realty Group negotiated the sale.

1101 Pamela Dr., Euless

SkyWalker Property Partners has bought a 70,111-square-foot office/warehouse from Invensys Inc. in Massachusetts for the Hangover Opportunity Fund. Theron Bryant with Coldwell Banker Commercial Alliance DFW, represented the buyer. Allen Gump with Colliers International, represented the seller.

7108 Burns St., Fort Worth

Keymark Enterprises, which does business as International Steel Framing, has leased a 21,377-square-foot building for office, manufacturing and distribution. George Jennings with Holt Lunsford Commercial represented the tenant. Gary Vasseur with Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the landlord, Hudgins Investments.

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

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