Grubb & Ellis Co.'s Dallas senior vice president GaryLindsey tells GlobeSt.com that Teiber Lighting Products is takingsublease space now being vacated by Keystone Automotive OperationsMidwest Inc. The space opened up with Keystone's strategy topartner this region's distribution operation with that in anotherstate. Keystone, Lindsey emphasizes, is not exiting the market, butmerely eliminating the Dallas-Ft. Worth warehouse. Keystoneofficially closed doors Aug. 1 on the center, positioned at 2055Luna Rd. in an estimated 500,000-sf, 20-year-old industrialproperty.

The Valwood warehouse is one of 14 satellite operations in 13states and Toronto for the specialty auto parts supplier. Based inExeter, PA, Keystone's primary distribution centers are a650,000-sf structure in northeastern Pennsylvania and 160,000-sfhub in Kansas City.

Teiber is pulling up stakes from 1103 Trend Drive in Carrollton.The popular lighting company has signed for the seven-year balanceof Keystone's 10-year lease.

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