ServiceCraft has inked a short-term sublease for 72,810 sf thatis being occupied by one of the third-party logistics company'sclients while former tenant, Wagner Industries, has signed for thebalance of the sublease from Guardian Industries, Kurt Griffin,director of Cushman & Wakefield of Texas Inc., tellsGlobeSt.com. The building at 1050 W. Freeway in Grand Prairie'ssection of the Great Southwest Industrial Park has been part of thesublease market for about three years.

Five brokers had been involved in the transactions for the26-year-old building. "We got good support and cooperation from thebrokerage community," emphasizes Griffin, who represents thebuilding owner. The Cushman & Wakefield team of Rick Hughes,Noel Hutcheson and Sheila Bellinger has acted on Wagner Industries'behalf and Kevin Santalauria, president of the Bradford Cos., hasacted for ServiceCraft, which had been Acme Distribution.

The sublease space is a result of the Michigan-based GuardianIndustries' assuming Windsor Plastics' lease when it acquired thecompany. Both sublease tenants are part of the Dallas-Ft. Worth'sthird-party logistics network.

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