West Dallas Shopping Center Sells to Highland Park Village Co-owner Ray Washburne

The 150,000-square-foot Trinity West shopping center in West Dallas is getting a new owner and might soon attract a new grocery store. Ray Washburne, co-owner of luxury shopping center Highland Park Village and other property around Dallas, has purchased the shopping center on the northwest corner of Singleton Blvd. and Hampton Road in a partnership represented by DuWest Realty.DuWest will lease and manage the property and discussions are underway with a "handful of prospects, including grocers," Washburne said in an emailed reply.He's confident the center can attract a grocery store again to a 36,682-square-foot space that is empty, but over the years has been both a Fiesta Mart and a Minyard Food Store."The neighborhood deserves a quality option of where to shop for groceries," Washburne said. "It is our goal to deliver a quality grocer in the shopping center. In addition to the existing neighborhood, there is a major increase in housing in the immediate area, which demands a grocer."The center's other tenants including AutoZone, CitiTrends and Family Dollar, he said.  Continue reading...

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