TexasRetail NewQuest closes six deals in Houston, Austin metros September 8, 2020 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on LinkedIn Share via email Brazos Town Center in Rosenberg, Texas NewQuest Properties recently brokered six retail real estate transactions in the Houston and Austin markets. The deals included one sale and four leases in the Houston area and one Austin sale. Vantage at Tomball LLC has purchased 15.92 acres at 9102 FM 2920, Tomball, Texas from K. McGaughy FM 2920 LLC. Brad LyBrand and Glenn Dickerson of NewQuest Properties represented the seller. Justin Patchen of Buffalo Real Estate Partners represented the buyer. Net Lease Development LLC has purchased a 1,500-square-foot Take 5 service center on 0.55 acres at 5400 Balcones Drive in Austin, from Edry B&K-7 GP. Marc Peeler of NewQuest Properties represented the seller. Randy Bell of Real Capital Investments represented the buyer. Rapidcare Emergency Room has leased a 6,580-square-foot, freestanding building at the intersection of TX 146 and Fairmont Parkway, La Porte, Texas from 4808 North McCarty LLC. David Meyers and Bob Conwell of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Gloria IIochonowu of Keller Williams Realty Southwest represented the tenant. Chipotle Mexican Grill has leased 2,998 square feet of retail space in Brazos Town Center, located at the intersection of Interstate 59/US Hwy. 59 and FM 762/Reading Road in Rosenberg, Texas from NewQuest Properties. Bob Conwell and Austen Baldridge represented the landlord. Traci Holman and Jason Baker of Baker Katz represented the tenant. Citra Endodontics has leased 2,332 square feet of retail space from NewQuest Properties, also in Brazos Town Center. Bob Conwell and Austen Baldridge represented the landlord. Tiffany La of Alphamax Realty represented the tenant. Restore Hyper Wellness & Cryotherapy has leased 2,331 square feet of retail space in the Shops at Upper Kirby, 2715 Bissonnet Street in Houston, from 2715 Bissonnet LLC. Nick Ramsey of NewQuest Properties represented the tenant. David Ferguson of BPI Realty represented the landlord.