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glade parks - EDGE Realty Partners
G L ADE PARKS
M I X E D - US E P OW E R
C E N T E R FOR L E A S E
S WQ S TAT E H I G H WAY 1 21 & G L A D E R OA D
EULESS, TEXAS
EDGE
R E A LT Y
PA R TN E R S
5950 Berkshire Lane,
Suite 700
Dallas, Texas 75225
T 214.545.6900
edge-re.com
STEVE EWING
J O S H F LO R E S
Principal
[email protected]
214.545.6913
Vice President
[email protected]
214.545.6911
PRO PE RT Y I N FO R M ATI O N
L O C AT I O N
2951 STATE H I G HWAY 121
E U LE SS , TE X A S 76 039
SIZE
1 9 4 AC
COM I NG SOON
TOW N C E NTE R (SU M M E R 20 17 )
R AT E
PLE A S E C A LL FO R PR I C I N G
T R A F FIC COU N TS
State Highway 121
Glade Road
13 1 , 4 39 C PD
29,133 C PD
P RO P E R T Y I N F O R M AT I O N
+ + 194-acre mixed-use power center
+ + Will feature over 800,000 square feet of anchor,
junior anchor, multi-tenant retail and restaurant
+ + Over 400 luxury urban loft apartments have already
2 016 D E M O G R A P H I C S N A P S H O T
TOTA L
P O P U L AT I O N *
AV E R AG E H H
INCOME
HH INCOMES
$50,000 +
% B AC H E LO R ' S
DEGREE +
1 MILE
11,614
$130,691
77.1%
52.9%
3 MILE
88,297
$106,456
66.7%
44.7%
5 MILE
194,510
$103,679
64.2%
41.4%
been constructed and 100% leased
+ + Over 125 luxury single-family homes are under
EXHIBIT B-1
construction by a national builder
DEVELOPMENT
MAIN
ENTRY
+ + Shadow-anchored
by Super
Target and Walmart
9
+ + Rio Grande Boulevard connects the property from
Glade Road to Cheek-Sparger Road, providing
convenient access directly from Colleyville
E D G E R E A LT Y PA R T N E R S
Glade Parks / 2
AERIAL
OPEN
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
SIGNED LEASE
NEGOTIATING LEASE
UNDER REVIEW
AVAILABLE
E D G E R E A LT Y PA R T N E R S
Glade Parks / 3
S ITE PL A N
OPEN
UNDER CONSTRUCTION
SIGNED LEASE
NEGOTIATING LEASE
UNDER REVIEW
AVAILABLE
E D G E R E A LT Y PA R T N E R S
Glade Parks / 4
A BOUT TH E D E V E LO PE R
Glade Parks is a Development by
North Rock Real Estate, LLC in
Partnership with Iron Point Partners
Iron Point Partners manages a
series of real estate private equity
funds formed to invest in real
estate throughout the United
States and North America. The firm
has raised more than $2.0 billion
of equity capital through the Iron
Point funds and maintains offices
in Dallas, Texas and Washington,
DC. Iron Point and North Rock have
partnered to develop multiple
commercial
and
residential
projects, including Glade Parks,
throughout the United States.
EXHIBIT B
E D G E R E A LT Y PA R T N E R S
Glade Parks / 5
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EDGE Realty Partners LLC
594592
[email protected]
214.545.6900
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LICENSE NO.
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PHONE
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DATE
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Last Updated on September 28, 2016.