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Commercial Realtors group honors Stewart with Tandy Award

Fort Worth real estate broker Chris Stewart has received the 2014 Charles D. Tandy Commercial Realtor Award from the local chapter of the Society of Commercial Realtors.

The award was established in 1990 to recognize commercial Realtors who best exemplify the highest in professional standards. It is named in honor of Charles Tandy for his legacy of investing in and contributing to the Fort Worth community.

Stewart leases and sells commercial and industrial property throughout Fort Worth and the Mid-Cities and is affiliated with Vasseur Commercial Real Estate in Fort Worth.

“Chris has been a great supporter of our organization for many years,” said Chairman C.B. Team. “He is probably the most honest and upstanding broker I have had the pleasure to work with. There are few other Realtors that are as deserving of this award as Chris is.”

In other awards, the Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors presented John Maddux with John H. Maddux, Inc. with the 2014 Realtor of the Year Award; Allie Culwell with Apple Realty with the 2014 Marie & Dayton Sheridan Realtor Spirit Award; and Catherine Cargile with Old Republic Title with the 2014 Affiliate of the Year Award.

Vasseur forms commercial firm

Gary Vasseur has split from Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group and formed his own firm, Vasseur Commercial Real Estate.

Vasseur’s new company continues to specialize in the brokering of commercial, industrial and investment properties. Joining Vasseur in the move are brokers and colleagues Nathan Vasseur, Dick Myers, Chris Stewart, Roland Drechsel, John Casburn, Lee Owen and Margaret Simmons.

Gary Vasseur started in the real estate business in 1971 as an associate at Ferree and Searcy.

In 1998, Searcy teamed with Craig Kelly and State Rep. Charlie Geren to form Kelly, Geren & Searcy. The group affiliated with Coldwell Banker Commercial in 2005. In 2008, the name of the firm became Coldwell Banker Commercial Searcy Vasseur Group.

Vasseur recently bought a 2,546-square-foot office building at 2931 Oak Park Circle for the business. Grant Huff, Jack Huff and Kyle Poulson with Transwestern represented the seller, Eden Waren Llc.

Synergy Bank buys land

Synergy Bank has bought a 1.7-acre tract at 1801 Handley Ederville Road in Fort Worth for a future bank site.

The bank is scheduled to complete its new building in mid-2016, said J. Douglas Sanders, Synergy’s president and CEO. Synergy is based in McKinney and has locations in Denton, Garland and Waco. It has a temporary location in Riverbend Business Park, 2333 Gravel Drive in east Fort Worth.

Gary Vasseur with Vasseur Commercial Real Estate represented the buyer. James Wells represented the seller, LRB Holdings.

Transactions

4025 Woodland Park Blvd., Arlington

SLH Health Corp. leased 5,259 square feet of office space in Park Springs Place. Kurt Cherry, Brittany Ricketts and Shea Byers with PM Realty Group represented the landlord, Transamerica Life Insurance Co.

1250 Green Oaks Road, Fort Worth

Burke’s Outlet has leased 23,500 square feet in Ridgmar Town Square. Scott Rose with The Retail Connection, Earl Harris with EKH + Partners, Trey Hodge represented the landlord, Retail Plazas. Clay Graham with Fox Graham represented the tenant.

781 Lonesome Dove Trail, Hurst

Lodo Trail Partners bought a 2,376-square-foot office building from Applied Critical Care Sciences. LeAnn Brown and Debra Perryman with Silver Oak Commercial represented the seller. Russ Webb with Silver Oak represented the buyer.

6605 Precinct Line, North Richland Hills

Lentz Endeavors bought a 5,238-square-foot office building in the Nob Hill Centre. LeAnn Brown and Debra Perryman with Silver Oak Commercial represented the seller, Precinct Line Partners. John Lucas with Century 21 Mike Bowman Commercial represented the buyer.

Sandra Baker, 817-390-7727

Twitter: @SandraBakerFWST

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