The former 7-Eleven store at 111 University Drive has been bought by Autobahn Realty Partners, where Autobahn Motor Cars plans to expand, according to the broker in the deal.
The sale included a 3,400-square-foot building on a 20,000-square-foot tract. Autobahn operates a Volkswagen, BMW and Porsche dealership on White Settlement Road, and its Land Rover dealership is nearby.
Mike Ball of Michael Ball Realty represented the buyer. Ryan Jordan and Steve Ewing of Edge Realty represented the seller, 7-Eleven.
Ball also recently represented the Miles Foundation in the sale of 1.07 acres at 701 E. Northwest Highway in Grapevine to Jim Weathers, who plans a Taco Casa Restaurant.
Tiff’s Treats coming to Cowtown
Tiff's Treats cookie delivery company will open its first Fort Worth store in early April at 2401 W. Seventh St.
It will be the company’s 17th store and the first in Tarrant County.
Leon Chen and his wife, Tiffany, founded Tiff’s Treats in Richardson in 1999. They have has leased a 1,200-square-foot space. Tiff’s cookies and brownie are delivered warm, straight from the oven.
Tiff’s Treats is based in Austin and operates stores in Austin, San Antonio, Houston and Dallas.
Golden Chick planned for Burleson center
Texas Land Group has bought a little over half an acre at Burleson Commons Shopping Center for a proposed Golden Chick Restaurant.
The shopping center, at Texas 174 and Farm Road 731, will be anchored by a future Kroger Marketplace now under construction. Other restaurants in the center are Qdoba Mexican Grill, Smashburger, Panda Express and Roscoe’s BBQ.
Mark Reeder and Tyler Isbell of SRS Real Estate Partners represented the seller, Cullinan Properties. Cody Lee of Wilco Realtors represented the buyer.
Lumber distributor leases in Great Southwest
Hardwoods Specialty Products, a distributor of hardwood lumber, plywood and overlay products, has leased 86,240 square feet of industrial space at 833-861 Great Southwest Parkway in Grand Prairie.
Tom Walrich of Lee & Associates represented the tenant. Kacy Jones and Steve Koldyke of CBRE represented the landlord, First Industrial Realty Trust.
1140 Bardin Road, Arlington
Farley-Weatherford Family Llc. of Granbury has bought this 9,000-square-foot shopping center from the Brad Melnick Family Llc. of Austin. Jason Vitorino and Jared Aubrey of Marcus & Millichap negotiated the deal. The shopping center was 100 percent leased when it sold.
1850 Park Springs Blvd., Arlington
DFW Trio Investments has bought the former Don’s Total Car Care facility. The 4,600-square-foot, eight-bay facility will reopen as a 10-minute oil change. The building was originally built for City Garage. David Keal of Aubrey Keal Commercial Real Estate represented the seller. Ray Hossainy of William Davis represented the buyer.
North Tarrant Parkway and Park Vista Boulevard, Fort Worth
Lustig Land Holdings bought 1 acre at the southeast corner of North Tarrant Parkway and Park Vista Boulevard from Tarrant Vista Partners. In a separate transaction, Lustig sold a 2-acre tract at the southwest corner of the same intersection to LG North Tarrant and Park Vista, Llc. Edward Bogel and David Davidson Jr. of Venture Commercial represented Lustig Land.
5601 Bridge St., Fort Worth
Family Endeavors, a nonprofit, has leased 3,897 square feet in the Western Insurance Building. Clint Montgomery of Sperry Van Ness/Visions Commercial represented the owner, Bridgestone Realty. Roger Maese of Kennedy Wilson represented the tenant.
Sandra Baker, 817-390-7727