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STRIVE arranges sale. for two Texas retail centers

STRIVE Arranges Sale of Two Texas Retail Centers

Dallas-based retail brokerage firm STRIVE has negotiated the sale of two Texas shopping centers this past week. First came the sale of Melissa Village, a 32,116-square-foot shopping center located in Melissa, about 40 miles north of Dallas. Hudson Lambert of STRIVE represented the seller, a Dallas-based developer, in the transaction, and procured the buyer, a 1031 exchange investor. Both parties requested anonymity. Melissa Village was fully leased at the time of sale to tenants such as Smoothie King, Wingstop, Jersey Mike’s Subs and Jeremiah’s Italian Ice.

And just a few days later, STRIVE arranged the sale of a 50,267-square-foot retail property in Dallas. The spaces are primarily leased to Burlington and Planet Fitness. Jennifer Pierson and Hudson Lambert of STRIVE represented the seller, a locally based partnership, and procured the buyer, an institutional out-of-state investor, in the transaction.


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