California tile and stone distributor to make big push into Texas

With a nearly 70-year history of getting designer tiles to builders throughout the California coast, Anaheim-based Bedrosians Tile and Stone plans to soon make its way to the central United States — with a new regional base in North Texas.

Bedrosians Tile and Stone has acquired three sites in North Texas, with plans to put its new regional base of operations and distribution center within Mercer Crossing in Farmers Branch, with additional retail showrooms near Collin Creek Mall in Plano and near Nebraska Furniture Mart in The Colony.

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Mountain Creek Business Park to get bigger with two-building project in South Dallas

A Dallas-based developer behind the 590-acre Mountain Creek Business Park in South Dallas plans to begin construction on a two-building speculative project, which will add more than 150,000 square feet of industrial space to the park.

“All the industrial land in the (South Dallas) corridor are pretty much gone,” Jon Napper, managing partner and founder of Dallas-based Courtland Development, told the Dallas Business Journal.

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Heady Investments to start new Tollway office building in Plano

Plano-based Heady Investments, in partnership with Scott Beatty and the Beatty family, has decided to build a new office building at the southwest corner of Tennyson Parkway and the Dallas North Tollway in Plano.

Construction on the seven-story, 210,000-square-foot office building, called Legacy South Office Center, is slated to get underway on the 4.4-acre tract by the end of the year.

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Fort Worth investor buys community in Frisco’s touted ‘$5B Mile’

Fort Worth-based real estate investor Olympus Property has expanded its Texas portfolio with the acquisition of a luxury mid-rise apartment community along the Dallas North Tollway within Frisco’s touted ‘$5 Billion Mile.’

The 282-unit apartment community, called Boulevard at Frisco Square, sits near Toyota Stadium in Frisco. Olympus Property also changed the name of the community to Olympus Boulevard.

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Thom Ridnour Joins CBRE’S DALLAS Office Agency Leasing Team

DALLAS – August 8, 2017 – CBRE announces that Thom Ridnour, a seasoned commercial real estate professional, has joined CBRE’s Office Agency Leasing team in Dallas.

Mr. Ridnour will join CBRE as a Senior Vice President specializing in the marketing and leasing of office projects in the Dallas/Fort Worth region. He will also work across lines of business to leverage the investor relationships he has formed over the course of his career. Mr. Ridnour has over 35 years of experience in commercial real estate and has been involved in the leasing management, development, re-development or oversight of over 70 projects in Dallas. 

“I have complete confidence that Thom’s expertise and extensive work in the industry will result in exceptional outcomes for our clients,” said Chris Hipps, CBRE Senior Managing Director. “He is a great asset to CBRE and we look forward to the contributions he will make to continuing our team’s success.”

Mr. Ridnour joins CBRE from Parmenter where he most recently served as senior vice president and leader of the leasing efforts for their 3.2 million square foot portfolio. Prior to Parmenter, Mr. Ridnour held executive positions with Clayco, Trizec, Transwestern and Centre.

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Massive entertainment destination gets started next to this Buc-ee’s in DFW

An entertainment destination with everything from an 8-screen theater to a 24-lane bowling alley has been kicked off adjacent to the new Buc-ee’s Travel Center at Crossroads at Terrell.

Upon completion, it will be even bigger than Buc-ee’s Travel Center by about 12,000 square feet.

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