ARLINGTON, Texas - Skyline DFW Exhibits & Events has more than doubled the size of its storage capacity in the Great Southwest Industrial District,
subleasing 47,675 sf of vacant space for the duration of Western-BRW Paper Co. Inc.'s term at Arlington Corporate Center III.
"The term and the rate were the drivers. Because this company is continuously growing, the sublease provided flexibility - a short term and a rate that was
right," says Jim Ferris, vice president of Dallas-based Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services.
The locally based company took immediate occupancy of 3709 E. Randol Mill Rd. in Arlington with a 15-month sublease, gaining much-needed expansion room for
its events service division. The 47,675-sf sublease increased storage capacity by 26,675 sf and provided class A space with 28-foot clear heights, 10 docks
and a ramp.
"We looked at a handful of locations in the Great Southwest," Ferris says. "This is south of Interstate 30 and pretty close to its main office at 900
Skyline DFW started in 2001 in 3,000 sf in the Great Southwest, expanded to 37,000 sf in 2008 and then began to lease satellite storage space for a rapidly
growing events services division, which provides logistics, management, maintenance and storage for exhibition properties.
The 176,000-sf Arlington Corporate Center III was developed in 2001 by ProLogis. The two-building project totals 352,000 sf. Jim Hazard, Brad Struck and
Bill de la Chappelle of Transwestern Dallas represented the sublessor.
March 11, 2013