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Westridge Park

Bradford was up against several competitors vying for the opportunity to lease and sell the two-phase project, located on a five-acre tract at 1410 N. Westridge Circle in Las Colinas.

Phase I is a three-story office building, totaling 34,188 sf, that was delivered in December 2019. Permits are in hand for an 88,100-sf second phase. Hoefer Wysocki of Dallas designed Phase I, which was constructed by Arch-Con Corp.’s Dallas team. Modus Design Studio is the architect for Phase II. Developer T2V Properties has yet to select the general contractor for Phase II.

The project has above-standard ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows, a second-floor balcony overlooking Las Colinas and infrastructure boasting a three-phase electrical system and fiber optic connectivity. Phase II will house shared amenity space like a fitness center, conference room and café.

Local developer T2V Properties, with the help of Bradford, has sold the first phase of Westridge Park in the Irving/Las Colinas submarket to GLDC Trust and JDC Trust. The buyer will lease space in the building to an affiliated company that will be relocating its corporate headquarters to North Texas from the West Coast.

The Irving/Las Colinas submarket is the second largest employment center in North Texas. It’s a longtime preferred market for Corporate America – home to the global headquarters of eight Fortune 500 and five Fortune 1000 companies plus 150 foreign-based corporations.

Westridge Park was developed with a corporate campus in mind, but is easily adaptable to multi-tenant space. The 11,396-sf floor plates are divisible to 2,700 sf.

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Westridge Park

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Bradford was up against several competitors vying for the opportunity to lease and sell the two-phase project, located on a five-acre tract at 1410 N. Westridge Circle in Las Colinas.

Phase I is a three-story office building, totaling 34,188 sf, that was delivered in December 2019. Permits are in hand for an 88,100-sf second phase. Hoefer Wysocki of Dallas designed Phase I, which was constructed by Arch-Con Corp.’s Dallas team. Modus Design Studio is the architect for Phase II. Developer T2V Properties has yet to select the general contractor for Phase II.

The project has above-standard ceiling heights, floor-to-ceiling windows, a second-floor balcony overlooking Las Colinas and infrastructure boasting a three-phase electrical system and fiber optic connectivity. Phase II will house shared amenity space like a fitness center, conference room and café.

Local developer T2V Properties, with the help of Bradford, has sold the first phase of Westridge Park in the Irving/Las Colinas submarket to GLDC Trust and JDC Trust. The buyer will lease space in the building to an affiliated company that will be relocating its corporate headquarters to North Texas from the West Coast.

The Irving/Las Colinas submarket is the second largest employment center in North Texas. It’s a longtime preferred market for Corporate America – home to the global headquarters of eight Fortune 500 and five Fortune 1000 companies plus 150 foreign-based corporations.

Westridge Park was developed with a corporate campus in mind, but is easily adaptable to multi-tenant space. The 11,396-sf floor plates are divisible to 2,700 sf.

Property Address

1410 Westridge Circle,
Irving, Texas 75038

Property Type

Office

Square Feet

34,188 Total SF

The Team

Erik Blais 1

Erik Blais

Erik Blais joined Bradford Companies in 2011 and serves as Senior Vice President for the firms office division, specializing in …

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Jared Laake

Jared Laake

Jared Laake is a Vice President with Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services specializing in commercial leasing and brokerage. His responsibilities …

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Richmond Collinsworth 1

Richmond Collinsworth

Richmond Collinsworth is a Senior Vice President – Managing Partner for Bradford Companies and specializes in Landlord Advisory which includes …

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