CBRE sells Left Bank retail center in Fort Worth - Dallas Business Journal

9/25/2022 6:00:00 AM

Left Bank is part of a 34-acre mixed use development, which will include 1,900 multifamily units upon completion.

The 114,120 square foot retail center, developed by Dallas-based Centergy Retail, LLC, was purchased by an institutional investor for an undisclosed price.

Left Bank is part of a 34-acre mixed use development, which will include 1,900 multifamily units upon completion.

CBRE sells 114,120-square foot Left Bank retail center in Fort Worth By DBJ staff Sep 21, 2022 Dallas commercial real estate firm CBRE Group, Inc.British bond yields surged by the most in a single day in more than three decades on Friday and the pound slid 3% to a new 37-year low after UK finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng laid out a series of major tax cuts that will be funded by public borrowing.Facing the Atlanta Braves-affiliated Gwinnett Stripers in Triple-A, Pérez crushed a ball to left field that, on most nights, would usually be a home run.House Minority Whip Rep.

(NYSE: CBRE) has closed the sale of retail center Left Bank in Fort Worth, the company announced.The 114,120 square foot retail center, developed by Dallas-based Centergy Retail, LLC, was purchased by an institutional investor for an undisclosed price." A decision by the BoE to reverse its planned sale of UK government bonds would make matters worse, he said.Left Bank is part of a 34-acre mixed-use development, which will include 1,900 multifamily units upon completion.Unfortunately, that group did not include Pérez, whom replay showed had stared at the ball for a few seconds before concluding he had gone yard, flipped his bat and turned his head down to start running the bases."Left Bank is a premier mixed-use development in one of the densest and fastest-growing submarkets in Dallas-Fort Worth," Jim Batjer , executive VP with CBRE, said in the release.Register now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters."There was tremendous buyer interest due to its design, ideal location and strong retail performance within the center.The very goals of the two parties are so different as to provide voters a stark choice.

" The retail center is anchored by grocery store Tom Thumb, which serves West 7th and surrounding neighborhoods.Trust us on this one, you will never see a better batter reaction to a fly out to left than this right here.The center also features Hopdaddy Burger Bar, Crumb Cookies, Nekter Juice Bar and Buffalo Wild Wings.The transaction was completed by CBRE executives Batjer,.

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