This Week's Houston Deal Sheet
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Chicken, tacos and pizza has got to be some kind of holy trinity. Now the Market at Springwoods Village has all three. This week, Regency Centers unveiled an impressive tenant mix, including Chick-fil-A, Torchy's Tacos and MOD pizza.
The Market at Springwoods Village is welcoming several other new tenants, like Zoe’s Kitchen, Tarka’s Indian Kitchen, Cold Stone Creamery, Lovett Dental, Supercuts and Nails of America. The project, expected to complete in the first half of 2017, will be anchored by a Kroger Marketplace.
Chris Caudill of NAI Partners repped Southeast Media in leasing 60k SF of an industrial manufacturing/distribution facility at 15625 Vickery in Houston. Stream's Matteson Hamilton and Jeremy Lumbreras repped the landlord, Prologis.
GH America Investments Group subleased 6k SF of office space from ZTC Petro Investments in Williams Tower. JLL’s Bruce Rutherford and Anya Marmuscak repped the sublandlord. CBRE’s Wyatt McCulloch repped GH America Investments.
Paramount Transportations Systems, repped by CBRE's Jordan Enger, expanded from 31k SF to a new 64k SF location at Eastgroup Properties' World Houston 11 development at 4660 North Sam Houston Pkwy. Insite Realty's Clay Reichenbach repped the landlord.
G&A Partners, a national professional employer organization and HR services provider, is relocating its corporate HQ to the Energy Corridor. The new office is in the Westgate complex.
Kirksey hired two: John Kaufman in its science & technology team and Giovanni Peña. Giovanni was the recipient of the Rice Design Alliance Initiatives for Houston Grant for shaping the “rurban” landscape design proposal in 2014.
Hande “Heidi” Castiglione joined Marcus & Millichap's national multifamily group in Houston. Heidi has been in the multifamily investment business as a broker and investor since 2008.
Ian Douglas was named COO of Allied Orion Group’s property management division. He will oversee the daily operations of a 25,000-unit apartment portfolio nationwide.
Marcus & Millichap’s Keith Lloyd sold Wedgewood Falls Office Building (above), an office property in Conroe. The asset had a list price of $1.7M.
NAI Partners’ Michael Keegan brokered the sale of a 6,600 SF warehouse facility with stabilized yard area on 4.3 acres at 4104 Banner Drive in Houston.
Marcus & Millichap’s Thomas Costello sold 3130 Strawberry Federal Road (above), an industrial property in Pasadena. The buyer was a private investor. The asset had a list price of $1.6M.
An undisclosed private investor purchased Cornerstone Shopping Center, a 55k SF retail property. Marcus & Millichap's Jerry Goldstein repped the seller, and his colleagues Evan Altemus and Gus Lagos repped the buyer.
Marcus & Millichap’s Nate Newman sold Wood Park Office Building, a 7,200 SF office property in The Woodlands. The asset had a list price of $1.6M.