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Champions Park drawing interest in 80,000 SF in ArlingtonChampions Park drawing interest in 80,000 SF in Arlingtonhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=4322015-07-09T11:02:00Z2015-07-09T00:00:00Z

ARLINGTON - A slew of restaurants and eateries are competing for a spot in North Arlington’s newest development Champions Park.

A variety of potential restaurants and eateries — Benihana, Mi Cocina, Torchy’s Tacos and Steel City Pops — were mentioned by developers as possible tenants vying for a location in Champions Park, an upcoming development slated for construction on the northeast corner of Collins St. and I-30.

Champions Park is slated to break ground later this year with businesses expected to open in 2017. The multiuse development will be right across Guitar Center, in the vicinity of AT&T Stadium, Globe Life Park and Six Flags Over Texas.

The development will stretch over 14 acres, with approximately 80,000 sf of space available for restaurant and retail.

Champions Park will be primarily comprised of restaurants, taking up about 60 to 70 percent of the space.

The restaurant and retail space will make up the first phase of development.

Four of the buildings will be traditional multitenant buildings, while another four buildings will be standalone restaurants.

Champions Park received approval from the Arlington City Council in January. Greenway Investments will be in charge of the project, which will cost about $30 million.

Click: Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington NewsTalk, Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington Market Research

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