Union Holiday Deli & Ham Adds Drive-Thru, Parking

The Memphis News – November 12-18, 2011

In other commercial leasing news, F. Ford Beach Jr., principal broker of Beach Investment, has represented a trio of retail deals in Bartlett in recent weeks.
Tex-Mex restaurant El Vaquero has signed a 3,477- square-foot lease in Parkside Gallery, 2731 Bartlett Blvd. The restaurant is part of the family-owned Mexican restaurants of El Sombrero in Horn Lake as well as one in Springfield, Miss. Beach represented the proprietor and master chef, Juan Huerta, as well as the landlord in the leasing negotiations.
Parkside Gallery is home to the tenants of Pizzazz Beauty Salon, Don-Dons Hot Wings and Money-Co Taxes, “with a few new tenants forthcoming in the endcap of the center in the next few months,” Beach said.
El Vaquero will have a grand opening within the next two to three weeks.
In addition, NuLife Fitness, a zumba and dance studio, has signed a 1,658-square-foot lease in Wolf Run Center, 8000 U.S. 64, next to Pump It Up.
Beach was the only agent involved in the deal, and said the tenant will be open for busi- ness by the end of November.
And Baby Jacks BBQ, a new drive-thru, take-out and sit-down restaurant, has signed a
1,850-square-foot lease in freestanding space that last sheltered Starbucks, across from Ap- pling Crossing, 7610 U.S. 70.
Beach represented the owner of the new venture, the grandson of the founder of Whitt’s Barbecue, a 48-unit chain across
the Southeast that specializes in a
vinegar-based barbecue sauce. Tyler Tapley, associate with
CB Richard Ellis Memphis, represented the landlord.