FORT WORTH, TEXAS — KWA Construction has completed construction of HIGHPOINT Urban Living, a 400,000-square-foot, 227-unit apartment complex on the site of the former Coca-Cola bottling plant at 650 S. Main St. in Fort Worth’s Medical District. The property features a bike rental station, resort-style pool, cabanas and a fire pit, with one-bedroom units averaging 631 square feet and two-bedroom units averaging 1,257 square feet.
PLANO, TEXAS — NE Development will break ground tomorrow on LVL 29, a 29-story high-rise apartment tower located within the Legacy West development in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro of Plano. The property’s units will range from 600 to 3,800 square feet, and its amenities will include a seven-story parking deck, 24-hour fitness center, a pool and tanning deck and a lounge veranda. NE Development expects to deliver LVL 29, which was designed by Dallas-based Humphreys & Partners Architects..
KERRVILLE, TEXAS — Marcus & Millichap has brokered the sale of A-B-C Self Storage, a 40,860-square-foot self-storage facility in Kerrville, a city approximately 65 miles northwest of San Antonio. Situated on 2.2 acres at 1201 Bandera Highway, the property comprises 269 units within 40,700 square feet of net rentable space. Jon Danklefs of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, a limited liability company. Butch Lagred and Chad Knibbe, also with Marcus & Millichap, represented..
HOUSTON — Lee & Associates has negotiated a 6,000-square-foot industrial lease at 475 W. 38th St. in Houston on behalf of L&M Installation Solutions, a provider of office furniture and moving services. Preston Yaggi of Lee & Associates represented the tenant in the transaction. Beau Kaleel of Cushman & Wakefield represented the landlord, Prologis Inc.
HENDERSON, TEXAS — Inroads Realty, a Dallas-based brokerage firm, has arranged the sale of a 39,797-square-foot retail property previously leased to Brookshire’s Grocery Store in Henderson, a city roughly two hours east of Dallas. Thad Beckner of Inroads represented the buyer, Brandywine Financial, a Pennsylvania-based real estate investment and management firm, in the transaction
FLOWER MOUND, TEXAS — Centurion American Development Group has opened The Riverwalk at Central Park, a 158-acre, mixed-use community in the Dallas-Fort Worth metro of Flower Mound. Anchored by Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Flower Mound, the property comprises single- and multi-family residences, retail and restaurant space, an amphitheater and 46.5 acres of parks. A grand opening ceremony with food and live music will be held April 25 at 4273 Riverside Drive from 6-9 p.m.
HOUSTON — The Houston Independent School District has tapped Cadence McShane Construction Co. to build Barbara Jordan High School, a 120,000-square-foot campus located at 5800 Eastex Freeway in northeast Houston. The school will encompass 25 classrooms, six laboratories, a childcare center and a cafeteria with a commercial kitchen. Delivery is scheduled for the third quarter of 2018.
PASADENA, SPRING AND ALVIN, TEXAS — Dirt Cheap, a Mississippi-based extreme value retailer, has signed leases at three locations in the greater Houston area. Among the new deals are a 24,000-square-foot lease at 4801 Fairmont Parkway in the eastern suburb of Pasadena; a 27,927-square-foot lease at Westfield Shopping Center in the northern suburb of Spring; and a 25,843-square-foot lease at Meadow Park Shopping Center in the southern suburb of Alvin. Matt Parsons, Mark Raines and Chris Burns..
BEAUMONT, TEXAS — Marcus & Millichap has closed the sale of a 9,014-square-foot retail property located at 5468 College St. near Interstate 10 in Beaumont. The single-tenant building, which was built in 2007, is leased exclusively to Dollar General. Geoff Ficke and Chris Adams of Marcus & Millichap represented the seller, a private investor, in the transaction. Other terms of the sale were not disclosed
ODESSA, TEXAS — A joint venture between the City of Odessa, Eofficial Enterprises and Gatehouse Capital has broken ground on a Marriott Hotel and conference center in Odessa. The development will include a seven-story, 218-room hotel, 67,500-square-foot conference center, 365-stall parking garage and full-service Starbucks Coffee. Plans also include the refurbishment of Ector Theater, a historic performance and event venue originally built in 1951. The theater is located next to the new..