Retail•Restaurant•For Sale

Twisted Root Burger Co.

253 W Church St, Lewisville, Texas 75057

Sale Price $1,893,600
Cap Rate 6.25%
Gross Bldg 4,500 SqFt
Land Area .71 Acres
Net Op Inc $118,350
With high-quality made-to-order burgers, a ‘come as you are’ environment and a strange reverence for Chuck Norris, there’s no place else quite like Twisted Root. Way back before ‘gourmet burgers’ was a thing, Chefs Jason Boso & Quincy Hart decided to build a restaurant around half- pound, fresh ground burgers with a menu that allowed customers to build their own burgers with a list of crazy and inventive toppings. The two met in culinary school and opened Twisted Root Burger Co. in the Deep Ellum neighborhood of Dallas, Texas in 2006. Twisted Root appeared on the second season of Diners, Drive-Ins, and Dives with Guy Fieri (2009) and suddenly Twisted Root was a dining destination in Dallas. While Twisted Root Burger Co. has seen incredible growth, Jason & Quincy have stuck to their roots and their senses of humor, using a hands-on approach to high-quality, fresh food in an casual atmosphere with tons of personality. The Old Town Lewisville area is the 330-acre cultural and economic center of the community. The historic downtown is bounded by I-35E to the west, College Street to the north, Railroad Street to the east and Purnell Street to the south. The development is strategically located less than 13 miles from Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport and less than 22 miles from Dallas Love Field Airport. Lewisville’s 2025 master plan for Old Town encompasses an area of approximately 30 blocks and identifies 1,700 new mixed-income housing units, 150,000 square feet of retail space in the new town center and 150,000 square feet of office space. The Wayne Ferguson Plaza is a 1.5-acre urban park built in the heart of Lewisville’s Old Town and hosts numerous events throughout the year. The park is adjacent to the historic Main Street commercial district, MCL Grand Theater and Lewisville’s City Hall. The Old Town area hosts events such as Western Days, Color Palooza, Best Little Brewfest in Texas and Sounds of Lewisville. The City of Lewisville has shown commitment to the continued development of Old Town by adding public facilities, parks and open spaces and pedestrian access improvements, as well as more shopping and dining options. In 2019, the city has committed $8.9 million to the Main Street, Mill Street and Charles Street Paving, Draining, Landscape and Signalization Improvements project. The project will add bike lanes, street parking, sidewalks and other pedestrian-friendly improvements, such as benches and street lighting. Additionally, Lewisville’s marketing budget for Old Town totaled $375,000 and $273,000 in 2018 and 2019, respectively. Lewisville has experienced compelling growth in recent years due to its superior access and infrastructure, low tax environment and quality workforce. Favorable demographics surround the Property in which the average household income within a 5 mile radius exceeds $101,100. More than 196,900 people live within a 5 mile radius. Between 2000 and 2017, Lewisville’s population grew by more than 36%. Additionally, there are over 73,200 homes within a 5 mile radius. Between 2003 and 2017, property values in Old Town increased by over 128% due to overwhelming public and private investment (City of Lewisville).
  • Long term lease in place through September 2029
  • Tenant pays 6% over revenue threshold in additional rent
  • Rent Increases 11% in Year 7 and 9% in Year 11
  • Tenant holds Two, 5-year options at Market
  • Tenant has 14 locations in Texas, including 10 in the DFW Metroplex
  • Tenant has 2 additional out of state locations; Alabama and Louisiana
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