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Courtland Development broke ground on two new speculative industrial buildings at its 590-acre Mountain Creek Business Park. Mountain Creek 7 is 55K SF and Mountain Creek 8 is 100K SF. The properties will be on Merrifield Road, just off Mountain Creek Parkway, and with Interstate 20 visibility.

Tenants at the park include Kimberly Clark, Ulta, Chewy, Niagara Waters and Cummins Southwest.
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Netscout Systems broke ground Wednesday on its new 145K SF office in Allen. The company will leasing the Class-A three-story building will open summer 2018.
Kazien Development Partners is developing this facility and One Bethany East next door. Both projects share the same architects and general contractor: BOKA Powell and Balfour Beatty. JLL represented Netscout and Kaizen Development Partners on this transaction.
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HFF secured a $20M refinancing for a portfolio of eight Walmart shadow-anchored retail strip centers totaling 172K SF in various Texas cities. HFF worked on behalf of the borrower, N3 Real Estate, to place the three-year, floating-rate, non-recourse loan with two one-year extension options with Southside Bank.
 
The DFW properties include Hudson Oaks Corners Shopping Center at 200 South Oakridge Drive in Hudson Oaks and Ovilla Corners Shopping Center at 109 East Ovilla Road in Red Oak.
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A Washington-state multifamily investor sold the 72-unit Villa Encanto Apartments at at 2850 Clydedale Dr. in northwest Dallas to a local buyer in an all-cash off-market transaction. National Apartment Advisors’ Sam Pettigrew represented the seller, OCF LLC, in a direct deal with Dallas Villa Encanto Apartments LLC.
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Sprouts Village, a new 46K SF shopping center anchored by Sprouts Farmers Market in Denton
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butler brothers building, downtown Dallas
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KDC broke ground on a 1M SF headquarters for Pioneer Natural Resources at the Hidden Ridge development in Irving. Pioneer Natural Resources is an independent oil and gas exploration and production company with operations in the U.S. Since The 10-story headquarters will have a seven-story parking garage and be completed in winter 2019.
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BroadSoft will occupy an entire 36K SF floor in Building One at Platinum Park, a 166K SF, Class-A office project at 6000 Tennyson Parkway in Plano. Stream’s Matt Wieser and Ryan Evanich represented landlord Stream in the transaction. Granville Jenkins with Swearingen represented BroadSoft. Stream developed, manages and leases Platinum Park. Stream’s Jerry Mays managed the construction and interior finish-out of the office space that includes a fitness center, tenant lounge, and conference facility.
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A division of Woodbine Development Corp., Woodbine Legacy Investments, has purchased the Hilton Dallas Park Cities hotel. This purchase of the 2240room hotel at 5954 Luther Lane in Dallas represents the first purchase of Woodbine’s new, $85M fund. HFF’s John Bourret and Austin Brooks represented the undisclosed seller.
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Plano’s $3B Legacy West is open for business. Design-build construction company Outside the Lines debuted a 4K SF water fountain as the centerpiece for the 415K SF mixed-used development. Legacy West is one of the largest mixed-use developments in North Texas with the only show fountain of its kind.
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Addison-based Biel Partners recently brokered the purchase of a 14K SF office building at at 13748 Neutron Road in Dallas for NoPiers.com. The newly acquired building will serve as the NoPiers.com headquarters as well as an investment property. Duggan Realty’s LJ Erickson repped the seller.
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Grandscape inked three first-to-market concepts. Andretti Indoor Karting and Games leased 110K SF and will open in 2019 with more than 120 arcade games, a ropes course, racing simulators and a restaurant. Japanese restaurant Akira Back and Windmills Craftworks, a restaurant, beer, book and music concept hybrid, will both open in 2018.
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Trammell Crow and joint venture partner PGIM Real Estate started construction on Phase II of 35-Eagle industrial park in Fort Worth. Three new buildings are planned for the 106-acre site: Building A, a 1.1M SF cross-dock warehouse; Building H, a 313K SF rear-load warehouse; and Building J, a 234K SF cross-dock warehouse. Completion for all three buildings is expected for late 2017.
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KDC topped out at JPMorgan Chase & Co.’s new 1M SF corporate campus at Legacy West. Construction began in the first half of 2016.
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Construction of the $50M Kubota Headquarters has been completed in Grapevine. Hill & Wilkinson General Contractors constructed the 124K SF building near State Highway 121, an adjacent 62K SF research and development facility and a parking garage.

Corgan designed the buildings and CBRE was construction manager for the project.
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IKEA will break ground next month on a fourth Texas store in Grand Prairie to open in fall 2017. 
MYCON General Contractors will serve as construction manager for the 290k SF project. GreenbergFarrow is serving as project architect. Segovia Retail Group helped select the site and broker the deal. Jackson Walker provided local land use counsel.
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Stonelake Capital Partners will build Trinity Green, a $250M, 25-acre, urban residential district located along Singleton Avenue in West Dallas. At build out, Trinity Green will have 1,500 units and a 1-acre central park. 

This fall, Stonelake will break ground phase 4 at Trinity Green, a 324-unit Class-A apartment project, with Wood Partners. Alta Trinity Green will deliver first units in the spring of 2019.
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Adolfson & Peterson Construction completed a parking garage in Downtown Fort Worth named Cowtown Place. JLL’s Jon Vidaurri served as the program manager and Woodbranch Investments served as the developer, which includes a 313K SF, 9-level structured parking garage with 26K SF of retail space on the ground floor.
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Greysteel arranged the sale of Geneva Apartments, a portfolio of nine multifamily properties in Dallas. Greysteel’s Boyan Radic, Doug Banerjee, Andrew Mueller, Andrew Hanson represented the seller.
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Colliers International sold Banner Place at 12660 and 12770 Coit Road in Dallas. The 12-story, 286K SF office towers were 70% leased when sold. Colliers’ Creighton Stark and Chris Boyd represented the seller, Gaedeke Group. Mark Jordan of JP Realty Partners purchased the property. This is the second property JP Realty Partners bought in Park Central. They purchased North Central Plaza III in 2012.
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