FORT WORTH — California-based canned beverage manufacturer DrinkPAK has signed two industrial leases in Fort Worth representing 2.9 million square feet of expansion, moves that are expected to bring about 1,000 new full-time to the area by 2026. The space at Trammell Crow’s development at 25001 Eagle Parkway spans 1.5 million square feet. The deal at Carter Park East, which is owned by Crow Holdings Capital, Rob Riner Cos. and Clarion Partners, is for 1.4 million square feet. Patrick DuRoss, John DeGrinis, Jeff Abraham, Javier Galvan, Adam Faulk, James Cooksey, Garrison Efird and Adam Faulk Jr. of Newmark represented DrinkPAK in the lease negotiations. The City of Fort Worth has approved a 10-year tax abatement valued at $21 million for DrinkPAK’s expansion in support of the area’s long-term development.
CYPRESS, TEXAS — Atlanta-based multifamily developer Wood Partners has opened Alta Cypress Springs, a 330-unit project located on the northwestern outskirts of Houston. Alta Cypress Springs features one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments that are furnished with stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, tile backsplashes and full-size washers and dryers. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, dog park, business center, clubroom and an outdoor kitchen. Texas-based Design Balance served as the project architect. Rents start at roughly $1,300 per month for a one-bedroom apartment, according to the property website.
HOUSTON — A partnership between Maryland-based investment firm RailField and Washington, D.C.-based Artemis Real Estate Partners has acquired Dolce Midtown, a 201-unit multifamily property located at 180 W. Gray St. in Houston. The property comprises two five-story buildings that were constructed in 2020. Dolce Midtown offers one- and two-bedroom units that are furnished with stainless steel appliances, built-in desks, individual washers and dryers and private balconies/patios. Amenities include a pool, fitness center, clubhouse, game room, business center and outdoor grilling and dining stations. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.
HOUSTON — Locally based investment firm 35 South Capital has purchased Village Place Apartments, an 84-unit multifamily complex in Houston’s Hedwig Village neighborhood. The complex consists of 13 buildings on a 3.5-acre site. According to Apartments.com, units come in one- and two-bedroom floor plans, and amenities include a pool, fitness center, business center, clubhouse, outdoor grilling and dining stations and onsite laundry facilities. Newmark brokered the sale of the property. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.
DALLAS — Lee & Associates has negotiated a 21,136-square-foot industrial lease in northwest Dallas. According to LoopNet Inc., the building at 2616 Willowbrook Road was built in 1994 and totals 49,636 square feet. Stephen Williamson of Lee & Associates represented the tenant, Greenpath Mail Operations, in the lease negotiations. Nathan Denton, also with Lee & Associates, along with Brett Owens and Jack Brewer of Transwestern, represented the landlord, an entity doing business as Warehouse Development Ltd.
MCKINNEY, TEXAS — Texas-based developer Presidium will undertake a redevelopment project in McKinney, a northern suburb of Dallas, that will convert the 28-acre site of a former cotton mill and textile manufacturing facility that was built in 1910 into a mixed-unit development. Plans for Presidium Cotton Mill include approximately 1,200 multifamily units that will be housed across four buildings ranging in height from five to seven stories. The project will also feature 200,000 square feet of office space, as well as retail and restaurant space, open green space and a boutique hotel. Residential amenities will include pools, outdoor grilling and dining stations, fitness centers, coworking spaces, game rooms and lounge areas. The development team is aiming to break ground in mid-2024 and expects the entire project to take about six years to fully complete.
AUSTIN, TEXAS — A partnership between Atlanta-based developer NitNeil Partners and locally based investment firm Seamless Capital will develop a 923-unit self-storage facility in East Austin. The existing structure on the 1.5-acre site at 853 Airport Blvd. will be redeveloped into a facility that spans 112,000 gross square feet and 83,000 net rentable square feet of climate-controlled space. LifeStorage will operate the property. Completion is slated for late 2024.
GRAND PRAIRIE, TEXAS — Lee & Associates has negotiated the sale of a 50,566-square-foot industrial building in Grand Prairie, located roughly midway between Dallas and Fort Worth. According to LoopNet Inc., the single-tenant building at 1922-1938 N. Great Southwest Parkway was built on 2.1 acres in 1981 and features 18-foot clear heights and 16 exterior dock doors. Colton Rhodes of Lee & Associates represented the buyer, Texas-based investment firm Stonelake Capital Partners, in the transaction. The seller and sales price were not disclosed.
LEWISVILLE, TEXAS — California-based brokerage firm Matthews Real Estate Investment Services has arranged the sale of a 48-site mobile home park in the northern Dallas suburb of Lewisville. Lewisville Mobile Home Park spans 217,800 square feet and consists of 31 mobile home lots, 17 RV lots and one single-family residence. Arthur Varela, Kevin Puder, and Chad Kurz of Matthews represented the buyer, which acquired the property via a 1031 exchange, in the off-market transaction. The property was fully occupied at the time of sale.
AUSTIN, TEXAS — The Malin, a members-only coworking concept, will open a 12,123-square-foot space at 1515 E. Cesar Chavez St. in East Austin. The space, which is scheduled to open next summer, will feature 28 dedicated desks, 10 private offices and four meeting rooms. Brent Powdrill, Bethany Perez and Kevin Kimbrough of JLL represented the undisclosed landlord in the lease negotiations. Casey Casper and Kendall King of HPI Real Estate Services & Investments represented the tenant.