The Bright Realty team is returning to the annual International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC) RECon convention May 22 -25 in Las Vegas. ICSC RECon is the worlds largest event for real estate professionals in the shopping center industry. This year, the Bright Realty team will have a suite at Bellagio, providing prospective tenants an opportunity to meet privately with Bright Realty brokers.
Having a suite at Bellagio will give us the space and setting we need to meet privately with potential clients about our new projects like The Realm at Castle Hills, said Senior Vice President Lucas Patterson, who leads the commercial, retail and residential development efforts for Bright Realty. With the first phase of 5,000 planned units currently leasing, The Realm at Castle Hills will be the premier living, retail, dining and entertainment destination in north DFW. Surrounded by a pedestrian-friendly outdoor plaza and entertainment area, The Realm is uniquely situated to take advantage of an exploding residential market.
Bright Realty has several projects in the rapidly growing State Highway 121 area. In addition to The Realm, Bright Realty is currently seeking national credit service tenants to join the Starbucks and Planet Sub at its Castle Hills Commons shopping center located just west of the new Nebraska Furniture Mart and the developing Grandscape, which currently has just over 2,300-square-feet of available space. Bright Realty also has pad sites available in a grocery-anchored development in the area.
As the seventh largest mega-development in DFW, Castle Hills residents are a highly sought-after demographic with generous amounts of disposable income, added Patterson. With growing business and corporate relocations, the daytime population in this area is projected to climb to 20,000 in the next five years. The residential market is growing with additional single family homes and premium multi-family units. In the DFW market, Castle Hills is the place to be.
To schedule an appointment with the Bright Realty team call 972-410-6600.
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