REAL ESTATE

Texas center executes four leases totaling 105K sq. ft.

BY Al Urbanski

Wendland Plaza in Killeen, Texas, is a joint that’s jumping—and it’s not just due to the Altitude Trampoline Park set to open there later this year.

The Woodmont Company reported it has signed four leases totaling 105,851 sq. ft. at the property, which is owned by Killeen ATM LLC. The stores and sizes, all opening in 2018, are:

• Conn’s Home Plus, 45,000 sq. ft.

• Conn’s Home Plus, 45,000 sq. ft.

• Altitude Trampoline Park, 44,580 sq. ft.

• Dollar Tree, 10,500 sq. ft.

• Lumber Liquidators, 5,771 sq. ft.

Located at the northwest corner of Highway 190 and Fort Hood Street, the a 205,224-sq.-ft. Wendland Plaza is adjacent to the main housing subdivision for Fort Hood, the largest military base in the U.S. with more than 60,000 soldiers and family members.

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