OfficeMax Signs Long-term Lease at Hartman’s Cooper Street Plaza in Arlington, Texas

Bizmart dba OfficeMax has signed a long-term, 21,500 square foot lease renewal at 4601 Cooper Street in Arlington, TX. Beginning August 2022, the American office supplies chain store will renew its lease in the Arlington Cooper Street Plaza retail shopping center operated by Hartman Income REIT Management, Inc., a commercial real estate operator of its portfolio and owned by its affiliate, Hartman Short Term Income Properties XX, Inc. headquartered in Houston, TX.

Office Max Cooper Street Plaza

OfficeMax’s 21,500-square-foot warehouse retail store serves as a co-anchor tenant with Home Depot, UPS, and Mattress Firm at the high-trafficked retail plaza. The office supplies store will renew its space in the second largest building of the retail plaza. Additionally, the new lease agreement will feature placement of monument logo signage on the northwest corner of the property facing I-20.

Hartman’s Cooper Street Plaza is a conveniently located retail center just one light south of Ronald Regan Memorial Highway. The property sees an average count of 150,000 vehicles per day while residing within 3 square miles of a population of 121,939. In the past three months, Cooper Street has welcomed two additional well-known tenants to its mix, Black Rifle Coffee Company and State Farm Insurance.

“We are overjoyed each time one of our wonderful tenants chooses to extend their lease with us,” said Al Hartman, CEO. “It confirms to us that our exceptional property management team always has our tenants’ best interests at heart. We look forward to continuing to serve OfficeMax as our tenant.”

In the leasing transaction, Claudia Hutchinson with Realty Ventures represented OfficeMax and Richard Maloof represented Hartman, the landlord.

To learn more about leasing commercial real estate in San Antonio, Houston, or DFW (Dallas Fort Worth), please contact a Hartman leasing agent.

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