Ballpark Parking Partners, controlled by the owners of the Texas Rangers, have bought another piece of land near the baseball stadium in Arlington from former team owner Tom Hicks.
The 17.6-acre Stonegate Pines mobile home park south of Globe Life Park was sold by Hicks on April 21, deed records show. Hicks bought the land in 2007 as part of his plan for the $600 million Glorypark development on parking lots around the stadium.
In April 2013, Hicks sold Ballpark Parking Partners 55 acres of stadium parking lots. The lots were the subject of a lawsuit in 2011, arising from a dispute over parking revenue. At the start of the 2012 season, the Rangers said they reached a “multiyear agreement for the operation” of the parking lots at the stadium, owned by Ballpark Real Estate, a limited partnership run by Hicks.
Hicks sold the team in bankruptcy court in 2010, but the lots were not part of the sale. Ballpark Parking Partners financed that purchase with a $54.3 million note with Comerica Bank, deed records show.
The records show that Ballpark Parking Partners financed the acquisition of the Stonegate Pines property with a $5.1 million note with Comerica.
Mansfield shopping center sold
Walnut Creek Plaza LLC, an Arlington investment group, has bought the 59,297-square-foot former Albertsons grocery building in the Walnut Creek Village shopping center in Mansfield.
The building, at 989 N. Walnut Creek Drive, is leased by Big Lots and Urban Air Trampoline Park.
John Zikos and Chris Booras of Venture Commercial Real estate represented the seller, Dallas Retail Associates. D. Randall Stepp of Lincoln Property Co. and Nick Ibarra of Clear Fork Properties represented the buyer.
The Mansfield building was the last to be sold of five former Albertsons in North Texas sold by Dallas Retail Associates, a partnership of Centennial Real Estate Co. and the Praedium Group.
State of Texas leases space
The state Health and Human Resources Department and Family Protective Services will share 25,743 square feet in the Ridgmar Village Shopping Center, adjacent to Ridgmar Mall in west Fort Worth.
Clint Montgomery of Sperry Van Ness/Visions Commercial represented Ridgmar Village. Sean Sunby of CBRE in Dallas represented the state.
Westbrook building adds tenants
The new Westbrook office building in Sundance Square is nearly full after some recent leases and expansions.
The Diesslin Group, a financial services firm, has leased 6,652 square feet and the Deena Jo Heide-Diesslin Foundation has leased more than 900 square feet.
In addition, Atlas Resource Partners, an oil and gas exploration and production company, added 13,000 square feet, bringing its total square footage to 40,000.
The building, at 425 Houston St., is 90 percent leased, Sundance Square said. One retail space and about 3,000 square feet of office space remain, it said.
Robert Gamblin and Bill Booker of Sundance Square negotiated the leases.
E System Management, a Sprint dealer, has leased 2,048 square feet. Michael Meaden of CBRE represented the tenant. Jon McDaniel of NAI Robert Lynn represented the landlord, PPUG Llc.
Hyborean Inc. of Arlington has bought a 54,600-square-foot office, warehouse and showroom from JT Timberlake Ltd. of Dallas. Hyborean plans to lease the property to Lone Star Comics, an online buyer and seller of comics books nationwide. Coy E. Garrett of Coy E. Garrett & Associates represented the buyer. Jim Hazard of E.S. Realty Partners in Dallas represented the seller.
Dallas MTA has leased 5,397 square feet for a Verizon Wireless store. Daniel Taylor of CBRE represented the tenant. Robert Williams of Centric Capital Partners represented the landlord, HF Seventh Street.
Legacy Salons & Day Spa has leased 9,143 square feet in Overton Park Plaza. Carey Moen of SRS Real Estate Partners represented Legacy Salons & Day Spa. Weingarten Realty is the landlord for this development.
Paragon Brokerage Inc. has leased 14,382 square feet of office space in Heritage Business Park Building VII KTR DFW LLC. Michael T. Spain of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the landlord.