Halberdier Announces Another Development Near Exxon
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Halberdier Holdings closed on 15 more acres near Exxon and has set the groundbreaking for its newest development, the GRAND Hardy Riley Crossings.
Halberdier Holdings principal Trey Halberdier tells us the team will break ground next summer on a 100k SF MOB with pad sites for restaurants, convenience retail, banks and other corporate occupier uses. Like most of Halberdier's ongoing developments, the new site is close to Exxon, the Hardy Toll Road and the Grand Parkway. (Trey tells us his firm now controls 75 acres within two miles of Exxon, with a planned build-out of 600k SF of mixed-use development.)
The GRAND Hardy Riley Crossings is at the southeast corner of the Hardy Toll Road and Riley Fuzzel, 500 yards south of the Grand Parkway. Trey tells us Riley Fuzzel is bulking up, with St. Luke's, HEB and Walmart building there recently, and a number of master-planned residential communities. (People living in Spring Trails, Toll Brothers or Benders Landing, for example, will have to drive past Halberdier's site to get home.) Trey's firm also controls 40 acres on the southwest corner of the toll road and Riley Fuzzel and is determining highest and best use there.