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Dallas-Fort Worth, Texas — The Woodmont Company plans to break ground in February on a new building at its Streetsboro Commons development in Streetsboro, Ohio. The new building, located on a pad, is already about 80% pre-leased to three national tenants: Starbucks, Jimmy John’s and Midwest Mobility Services/AT&T dealer.
Specializing in the development, management, leasing and sale of retail properties, Woodmont represented the landlord in all three transactions. Goodman Real Estate Services represented Starbucks. Passov Real Estate Group represented Jimmy John’s, and CBRE represented Midwest Mobility.
Current tenants at the 230,476-sq.-ft. property include a Wal-Mart Supercenter, Sonic, Chipotle, GameStop, Best Cuts and Verizon Wireless.
Woodmont expects to complete the new building by August of this year. Additional pad sites remain available for future development.