July 28, 2020
Renaissance Pathology has selected the balance of a mixed-use project in Collin County’s Creekwalk Village to launch Aperture Next-Gen Laboratory Enterprises, a coronavirus diagnostic, research and development facility.
The lab will open Aug. 1 in 4,780 square feet of move-in ready space at 609 W. 15th St. in Plano. The second-floor suite features five private offices, conference room and kitchen. Mattress Firm anchors the project’s retail component.
“It’s a beautiful space and in perfect condition,” said Leigh Richter, EVP of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services. She represented the landlord, Suriya Legacy LP, along with her husband, Paul Richter, a VP in the Dallas-based brokerage firm. Janet Scholl, president of the retail/restaurant division of Wingert Real Estate, represented the tenant.
Creekwalk Village’s new tenant will be performing COVID-19 testing while researching and developing new methods aimed at hastening the process. Initially, the lab will process molecular diagnostic specimens from physicians.
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