DALLAS-As new residential, entertainment and retail projects areadded along Interstate 35, leasing momentum is buildings for officeproperties in the Stemmons submarket.

“What has been lacking in the Stemmons submarket is a solidresidential area, and with all the new and exciting residences inthe Design District and the new restaurants and clubs that arecoming in, we’re only going to see the Stemmons submarket improve,”says Trae Anderson, a senior vice president of agency leasing withGrubb & Ellis Co. “All of this activity is attracting newoffice tenants.”

Anderson recently joined Grubb & Ellis from DominusCommercial and brought three leasing assignments with him:Brookriver Center, Regions Tower and 1165 Empire Center. Allthree properties are located in the Stemmons submarket and offer atotal of 615,000 square feet of office space.

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