Some retailers emerging for Presidio Towne Crossing in north Fort Worth
08/31/2014 10:19 AM
08/31/2014 10:20 AM
Some names of retailers planning to open at the Presidio Junction development in far north Fort Worth are starting to become known.
Garden Ridge, a Plano-based home decor chain, plans one of its newly branded Garden Ridge At Home stores at 2201 Porter Creek Drive, according to permits. Garden Ridge said this year that it was investing $20 million to rebrand all its stores to the new name.
And according to building permits, Presidio Towne Crossing, on the west side of Interstate 35W at North Tarrant Parkway, will also include TJ Maxx, HomeGoods, Petco, Dollar Tree, Old Navy, Shoe Carnival and Ross, and In & Out Burger at 2424 Porter Creek Drive.
In June, the Dallas-based Weber & Co. shopping center development firm bought about 70 acres in the Presidio Junction development. Target has already bought land from Weber & Co. for a store near Tehama Ridge Parkway and North Tarrant Parkway.
Texas Turnpike moves headquarters to Fort Worth
Texas Turnpike Corp., a private developer of transportation infrastructure, has moved its office to Fort Worth from Dallas.
The new address is 6300 Ridglea Place, Suite 1004.
“Fort Worth is an excellent business environment,” founder and CEO John Crew said. “My partner, Alan Friedman, is a Fort Worth native and a Texas Christian University trustee. He has been encouraging us to move here, because of Fort Worth’s distinction as a great business home for entrepreneurs.”
Texas Turnpike was established in 1991 as a private for-profit road corporation and can own, operate, finance, design, construct, expand and operate private toll roads and tunnels. It is developing Northeast Gateway, a toll road previously known as the Blacklands Turnpike, connecting Interstate 30 in Hunt County to the President George Bush Turnpike in Dallas County.
Entertainment company moves downtown
35 Concerts has moved to 420 Throckmorton St. in Sundance Square.
“Our company has experienced exponential growth this year, and we’ve been anxious to find space in Sundance Square,” President Marc Engel said. “We’re an entertainment company. We should be headquartered in an entertainment district like Sundance Square.”
The company moved from 4150 International Plaza.
35 Concerts promotes events in 18 states. The company said it plans to complete 40 events by year’s end and 60 or more in 2015.
3001-3005 S. Cooper St., Arlington
MMH Holdings bought a 5,160-square-foot retail building. Jordan Foster and Jim Maibach of Peyco Southwest Realty represented the buyer. Wayne Murphy of Jan Rhea Commercial represented the seller, Yawapa Leenabanchong of San Clemente, Calif.
711 Pennsylvania Ave., Fort Worth
Brandon Real Estate has leased 4,700 square feet for a medical office for Dan Theesfeld, who will move from 3000 Alemeda St. Dick Myers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the tenant. Scott Lowe of Vision Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord, Ace King Properties.
2305 Franklin Drive, Fort Worth
Pneumatic Technology has leased 27,525 square feet. Jeff Givens and Tracy Georges of Transwestern represented the landlord, Kensington Properties.
3320 Fort Worth Highway, Hudson Oaks
Folomo Joint Venture has leased 1,200 square feet in the Hudson Oaks Town Center for a cryotherapy treatment center to treat people with athletic injuries and arthritis. Dick Myers of Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group represented the landlord, Hudson Oaks Town Center.
2801 E. Southlake Blvd., Southlake
Albion Iron, which does business as Casual Living Patio & Fireplace, bought the 12,135-square-foot Cornerstone Plaza on 1.9 acres. The store will use 8,000 square feet and lease the rest. Joe Santaularia and Brock Wilson of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services represented the buyer. Brian Haase represented the seller, Orion Sky Investments.
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