Greg Johnson

Broker
Verus Commercial

Greg founded VERUS Commercial in 2010 based in Denton, Texas right off the beautiful downtown square. Prior to VERUS, Greg started and managed a number of successful real estate companies, with experience in all facets of commercial real estate from ground-up development to investment-grade leased assets.

As a previous corporate slave, Greg brings a unique perspective as a business executive and has a closet full of suits & ties if you need to borrow one. He also invests his own money in deals, so he thinks like an owner. Greg loves to say, “until you take risk yourself, you can’t underwrite risk for someone else”!

Having studied at “Harvard on the Bayou”, Greg is a graduate of Nicholls State University in Thibodaux, LA where he captained the football team, which explains the short-term memory issues.

He is very community oriented, spending much of his “free time” (in this crazy business there isn’t any) serving on a variety of charitable boards. Greg loves people so come by and chat with him sometime… but make sure you have a couple of hours because the man LOVES to talk!

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Commercial Retail
For Sale
Twisted Root Burger Co.
253 W Church St, Lewisville, Texas 75057
$1,893,600
.71 Acres
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. www.twistedrootburgerco.com 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).
9/11/2019 6:58:19 PM   9/11/2019 6:58:19 PM
Commercial Retail
For Sale or Lease
2nd Generation Restaurant
201 W Church St, Lewisville, Texas 75057
Market
$29.00 /SqFt NNN
.61 Acres
Prohibition Chicken is a 6,473 square foot single tenant asset with approximately 1,450 square feet of patio space located in the exciting Old Town Development in Lewisville, Texas. Built in 2016, the Property is positioned on 26,659 square feet of land at the signalized hard corner of Church and Charles Streets within walking distance to approximately 920 planned or under development residential units, Lewisville’s City Hall, Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater and Wayne Ferguson Plaza. The Property also benefits from adjacency to Twisted Root Burger Co. 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. Wayne Ferguson Old Town Plaza, a 1.5-acre public park and community gather place, is caddy corner across the street from Prohibition Chicken and hosts numerous events throughout the year, such as Western Days, St. Paddy’s Texas Style and Color Palooza. Medical City Lewisville, licensed to accommodate 186 patients, is moments west of Prohibition Chicken and employs more than 360 physicians and 800 healthcare associates. 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).
9/11/2019 5:09:06 PM   9/11/2019 6:41:23 PM
Commercial Retail
For Sale or Lease
2nd Generation Restaurant
233 W Church St, Lewisville, Texas 75057
Market
$29.00 /SqFt NNN
.58 Acres
Former Cavalli Pizza is a 3,520 square foot vacant restaurant asset with a 1,032 square foot patio and approximately 4,000 square feet of green space located in the exciting Old Town Development in Lewisville, Texas. The 1,032 square feet of patio space can be enclosed to bring the overall air conditioned area to 4,552 square feet. The Property offers approximately 8,552 square feet of total potential patron-focused dining area. Built in 2016, Former Cavalli Pizza is positioned on 25,091 square feet of land within walking distance to approximately 1,700 planned or under development residential units, Lewisville’s City Hall, Medical City Lewisville Grand Theater and Wayne Ferguson Plaza. This 2nd Generation Restaurant includes spacious kitchen with Vent-A-Hood, walk-in cooler, dishwashing station, and fryer. Additionally the large bar area is set up for several taps and a wine tap room is in place. Wine tap room could be converted to fully or partially refrigerated tap room with current tap system. Beautifully constructed large brick oven is located between the bar and kitchen. Kitchen is currently set up for an open dining experience but could easily be reconfigured for a more private kitchen layout. 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).
9/11/2019 5:08:23 PM   9/11/2019 6:52:07 PM
Commercial Retail
For Sale
Lantana Retail
7160 Justin Rd., Lantana, Texas 76226
$4,180,000
1.17 Acres
As of 2018, Anytime Fitness had over 4,000 gym locations and 3 million clients in more than 30 countries Each location is open 24 hours a day, 365 days out of the year.[ Members have secure access to all facilities (including during unstaffed hours) with a computerized key fob Each club has a security system in place that contains cameras, recorded card swipes, and the ability to notify a security company if a patron is injured or feels unsafe. ProVision Security, an Anytime Fitness-related company, provides security There are gym locations in all 50 US states, Canada, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Ireland, Grand Cayman, Poland, the Netherlands, Spain, Qatar, India, Italy, Chile, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines In 2015 and 2016, Anytime Fitness was ranked first on the publication's top global franchises list. According to Forbes, Anytime Fitness was the fastest growing health club franchise in 2014. In 2015, Entrepreneur Magazine ranked Anytime Fitness first on its global franchise list In 2010, the International Health, Racquet, and Sports club Association named Anytime Fitness the fastest growing fitness club. Franchise Chatter titled Anytime Fitness as the franchise with the best business model in 2011.[34] The Star Tribune called Anytime Fitness one of Minnesota's top workplaces in 2011, 2012, and 2013 The company ranked first in Minnesota Business Magazine's best company to work for in 2012 and 2013.[36] Forbes ranked the company 14th as America's most promising companies Every member gets a free, personalized Get Started Plan when they join. Our friendly, professional staff is trained to help you along your fitness journey, no matter how much support you need. Anytime Fitness offers personal training and classes when you’re here, and the right tools to keep you on track when you’re not Anytime Fitness is a supportive community of like-minded people who are here to give you the encouragement you need. With 24/7 access to more than 3,000 locations worldwide, you're joining the most convenient gym on the planet. Vote best in Denton County 2018 Students’ Choice Imagery In Motion Dance is committed to inspire creativity, passion, and discipline through a positive environment. This faculty strives to instill strong work ethics, self-expression, confidence, coordination, musicality, rhythm and pristine technique to each individual. Imagery In Motion Dance offers classes for all levels from the beginning dancer to the pre-professional dancer. The Elite Company is a pre professional program designed for the serious dancer. This program encourages the development of professional career placement and admittance into performing arts high schools and universities. Your 2016 & 2017 Platinum Grand National Champions, and 7 time National Champions the IMD Elite Team The IMDC is a Competitive Drill Company that competes at local competitions and community performances throughout the year.
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