Leasing Activity

LEWISVILLE, TEXAS — Launch Entertainment, a concept centered on indoor trampolines, has signed a 46,039-square-foot retail lease in the northern Dallas suburb of Lewisville. The space is located within the Lakepointe Crossing shopping center that is anchored by Academy Sports + Outdoors, Conn’s HomePlus and Northern Tool + Equipment. Matt Luedtke and Taylor Black of Weitzman represented the undisclosed landlord in the lease negotiations. Venture Commercial represented Launch Entertainment.

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NEW YORK CITY — CBRE has extended its 180,000-square-foot office lease at 200 Park Avenue in Midtown Manhattan through 2036. The Dallas-based real estate giant has been a tenant at the 58-story, 3.1 million-square-foot building, which recently underwent a $200 million capital improvement program, since the late 1980s. The owner, Irvine Co. Office Properties, has also appointed CBRE as the building’s new leasing agent and property manager. CBRE will also establish a branded space on the lobby level that will be exclusively used by the company’s employees, clients and colleagues visiting from other offices.

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CLAYTON, MO. — Law firm Lathrop GPM has relocated its St. Louis office to The Plaza at Clayton effective July 1. The new space, similar to the firm’s offices in Denver, Minneapolis and Chicago, features a flexible design for increased collaboration and client support. Since the beginning of 2022, six attorneys have joined the office in several practice areas. The Plaza at Clayton is situated in the immediate western suburb of Clayton. The property totals 340,529 square feet and rises 16 stories. Amenities include a clubroom, rooftop deck, fitness center, game room, conference center and reception center. The new Lathrop GPM space totals 16,023 square feet on the 14th floor.

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MINNEAPOLIS — Gray Fox Coffee has opened at The Dayton’s Project, a 1.2 million-square-foot office and retail property located at 700 Nicollet Mall in Minneapolis. Owned by 601W Cos., The Dayton’s Project was originally built as the Dayton’s department store. The building now features amenities such as a gym, private lounges and rooftop terrace. Gray Fox Coffee occupies the building’s skyway level after six years of vacancy. The coffee shop, which marks the fourth location for the company, is open to tenants and the public, and features coffee, breakfast items and smoothies.  

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NORTH HAVEN, CONN. — F+F Mechanical Enterprises has signed a 27,573-square-foot industrial lease in North Haven, a suburb of New Haven. The fabricator and installer of mechanical systems is expanding and relocating from 2 Dwight St. to the 132,264-square-foot building at 60 Dodge Ave. Stephen Press of Press/Cuozzo Realtors represented the tenant in the lease negotiations. Bradley Soules and Art Ross of Newmark represented the landlord.

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CLAYTON, N.C. — CBRE has arranged five new leases at 42 West Business Park, a newly developed flex/light industrial property in Clayton, 17 miles outside downtown Raleigh. Delivered at the end of 2023, the development comprises two warehouses totaling 125,000 square feet. Habitat for Humanity of Wake County will occupy the entirety of Building 1, which totals 25,000 square feet. Together, the tenants will occupy 65,787 square feet, bringing the property to over 50 percent occupancy. Austin Nagy and John Hogan of CBRE represented the landlord, Charlotte-based Pace Commercial, in the lease negotiations.

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HOUSTON — Locally based brokerage firm Oxford Partners has negotiated a 10,150-square-foot office sublease in Houston’s Greenway District. The sublessee, law firm Webster Vicknair MacLeod, is taking space at 24 Greenway Plaza, a 510,000-square-foot building that is owned by Granite Properties. Ryan Hartsell of Oxford Partners represented the law firm in the sublease negotiations. Nick Terry of Rifle CRE represented the sublessor, Wyatt Ranches of Texas LLC.

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JERSEY CITY, N.J. — IAVI has signed a 29,782-square-foot life sciences lease in Jersey City. The nonprofit scientific research organization will relocate its vaccine design and development operations from the Brooklyn Army Terminal to the 350,000-square-foot building at 95 Greene St., which was originally built as a manufacturing facility for Colgate Palmolive. John Isaacs, Joseph DeRosa and Conor Dolan led the CBRE team that represented the tenant in the lease negotiations. RegenLab USA did the same relocation earlier this year.

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HOUSTON — Avison Young has arranged a 104,013-square-foot office headquarters lease in Houston. The tenant, Camden Property Trust, will relocate from Greenway Plaza to floors 25 through 29 at Williams Tower, a 1.4 million-square-foot building located at 2800 Post Oak Blvd. in Houston’s Galleria neighborhood. Anthony Squillante and Dustin Devine of Avison Young represented the tenant, which plans to take occupancy next fall, in the lease negotiations. Warren Savery and Nina Seyyedin of CBRE represented the landlord, Atlanta-based Invesco Real Estate.

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ROSWELL, GA. — Hardware retail chain Ace Hardware has opened its 5,000th domestic store. Dubbed Fixit Ace Hardware, the store is located in Roswell, roughly 20 miles north of Atlanta. Additionally, the Oak Brook, Ill.-based retailer opened its 100th new store of the year in Henderson, Nev., last month. Ace Hardware, which operates more than 5,800 outposts globally, plans to open an additional 200 stores by the end of this year, which marks 100 years of business for the brand.

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