Vegan restaurant, behavioral health providers, Pilates studios highlight recent deals worth $4.152M closed by Bryant CRE
PHOENIX, ARIZONA – A full-service vegan restaurant, a host of behavioral health providers and a pair of Pilates studios highlight recent transactions valued at $4.152 million closed by Bryant Commercial Real Estate (BCRE), a woman/minority-owned company.
BCRE’s Vinny Summo negotiated a long-term lease for vegan eatery Whyld Ass at 4810 N. 7th St., in Phoenix. The lease is for 1,200-square-feet. The restaurant is scheduled to open Nov. 1.
“It’s exciting to witness and be a part of the growing vegan business community in Metro Phoenix,” Summo said. He adds the vegan food industry has grown by $3.1 billion in one year.
BCRE’s other deals:
- Adrienne Bryant negotiated leases for behavioral health clients at 2150 S. Country Club Dr., Mesa, office, 5 years, 3,708 SF, DEMO Community Services; 1301 E. McDowell Rd., Phoenix, office, 7 years, 7,378 SF, Focused Family Services; and 2812 N. Norwalk St., Mesa, office, 5 years, 3,600 SF, Pushing Through Communities.
- Bryant negotiated retail leases for Club Pilates at The District Queen Creek, 10, years, 1,410 SF; 10625 N. Tatum, Phoenix, 10 years, 1,964 SF; and 6819 N. 16th St., Phoenix, 5 years, 1,967 SF.
- Bryant also negotiated a 3-year office lease for 1,971 SF for Cherry Creek Mortgage in Chandler; a 5-year lease for 1,307 SF for kick-boxing fitness gym 30 Minute Hit in Cave Creek; and a 5-year lease for 864 SF Visiting Angels in Glendale.
“We are thrilled to be a part of the vision our clients have and execute their plans for their businesses,” Bryant said. “Our behavioral health clients are creating a state-of-the-art atmosphere for their clients that will provide a healing environment and is a game changer for mental healthcare.
“As a tenant representative, we work hard to understand the clients’ business so we can effectively get them in the right place for growth and access to their client base. We take the time to be a part of the team for success,” Bryant said.