June 15, 2017
Medieval Times is relocating its corporate headquarters to Riverside Commons in Irving, TX. The dinner attraction will occupy 15,377 square feet at 5020 Riverside.
JLL Senior Vice President Alan Wood and Vice President Kimarie Ankenbrand represented Medieval Times. Cushman & Wakefield’s Trey Smith and Johnny Johnson represented the landlord, Brookfield Property Group.
Medieval Times was looking for space near its Dallas castle, according to Ankenbrand. “Riverside Commons provides high-end office space, amenities, and efficient floorplates to maximize for new layouts and design, allowing Medieval Times a great opportunity for growth and developing their team members to their highest potential,” she said.
Medieval Times has hired global design firm HOK to design its new office to “reflect the fun and entertaining product the company provides.”
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