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Big City Wings, Jax Burgers, Texadelphia pick spots for expansion

March 1, 2019

Two local restaurant chains have leased the last available spaces at Rayford Harmony, a recently completed, 38,738-square-foot center at 3555 Rayford Road in Spring. Anderson Smith and Connor Lynch of Capital Retail Properties represented the the owner, Dallas-based Crow Holdings, in both deals. Big City Wings, represented by George Jones with GJW Commercial Real Estate, will occupy a 4,900-square-foot space for its ninth area location. Jax Burgers Fries & Shakes, represented by Jacob Weersing of Capital Retail Properties, has signed a 2,000-square foot lease for its 10th area location. Opening is planned for the spring. Other tenants in the center include Bellagio Nails & Spa, Mi Tierra Mexican Grill and Creekstone Outdoor Living.

Texadelphia will open a 5,500-square-foot restaurant with an upstairs “sky bar” at 1400 N. Westgreen Blvd. in Katy. Griff Bandy and Jason Gaines of NAI Partners represented the landlord in the lease with Summit Interests I, a Texadelphia franchisee headed by Houston attorney Jeremy Sanders. Summit’s other upcoming locations are at Vintage Park in the Champions area and near Memorial High School.

The Pet Barber, a Houston-based concept that specializes in pet grooming, has leased 1,653 square feet at 1415 Richmond, between Dunlavy Street and Montrose Boulevard. James Namken with Weitzman handled negotiations as tenant representative for the Pet Barber. Founded by Paul Willis in 2014, the Pet Barber has another location in Spring Branch.

A physician has purchased the 3,700-square-foot former Amegy Bank building at 14965 Southwest Freeway in Sugar Land for a physical therapy practice. Lunden McGill of Baker Katz represented Amegy Bank in the sale. Barkley Peschel with Colliers International represented the buyer.

Curtis and Susan Shafer have purchased the fully-leased Slim Chickens building at 2490 S. Gulf Freeway in League City from LC Slim Properties. Jeff Beard marketed the property for the seller and his firm, J. Beard Real Estate Co., also provided site selection and development services for the recently completed project. Arkansas-based Slim Chickens has seven locations in the Houston area.

Allegiance Bank has preleased 4,500 square feet with a drive-thru in a shopping center at 2929 Navigation. Bruce Wallace and Radkey Jolink of CBRE represented the landlord, Navigation 2929 Partners. Ryan Neyland with Davis Commercial represented the tenant. The center is scheduled to open in late 2019.

Soccer-Fit-Me Sports & Playhouse has leased 5,380 square feet at La Sendera at Barker Cypress, 6211 Barker Cypress, Katy. Amandeep Singh of Retail Solutions represented the landlord.

Chicken Salad Chick has leased 2,625 square feet at Mason Creek, 21788 Katy Freeway. Marcus Banasik of Retail Solutions represented the tenant. Adrienne Kurtz of Edge Realty Partners represented the landlord.

Snoman Daiquiris To Go has leased 1,635 square feet at Aldine Bender Plaza, 5627 Aldine Bender. Joaquin Orozco of Retail Solutions represented the landlord. Conrad Chambers and Jeff Fralick of Retail Solutions represented the tenant.

SBTC Properties has purchased the I-10 & Haden Shopping Center at 13740 East Freeway. Burdette Huffman and Josh Jacobs of Edge Capital Markets represented the seller, I-10 Hayden Ltd. Nathan Wang of Citadel Venture Holdings represented the buyer. The center is adjacent to Walmart, Sam’s Club, Chick-fil-A and Whataburger.

katherine.feser@chron.com

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