Magnus Chemical has taken a building in Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ industrial park in Frisco.
A commercial cleaning products firm, Magnus Chemical, is taking a new distribution building in Frisco.
Magnus Chemical is leasing space in the Star Commerce Center II, a Frisco business park building developed by Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones’ Blue Star Land and Lincoln Property Co.
Magnus Chemical provides specialty cleaning products for food service equipment, hand care and full-service cleaning and sanitizing for clients including food service firms and convenience store chains.
Its customers include 7-Eleven, Arby’s, Cicis Pizza and Wingstop.
Magnus Chemical is currently located in Irving.
“Magnus Chemical’s relocation will provide the company with a larger, brand-new facility for consolidation and distribution of all products to help service our customers more effectively and efficiently,” Eric Montes, managing partner at Magnus Chemical, said in a statement. “We’re looking forward to expanding into the vibrant Frisco area, which will allow the company to continue meeting the increasing demand for cleaning and sanitizer solutions well into the future.”
The company leased more than 44,000 square feet at 16005 Gateway Drive in the Star Commerce Center. It will also have a retail location in the building between the Dallas North Tollway and Preston Road.
Stream Realty Partners handled the lease.
“Being a key market for continuous growth, Frisco provides ongoing opportunities for expansion and demand,” Ryan Boozer, a partner of Stream’s Dallas industrial division, said in a statement. “The Star will not only accommodate Magnus Chemical’s need for space but will also bring a larger market into the picture with promising chances of continuing expansion within the D-FW Metroplex.”
Along with Boozer, Stream Realty’s Charles Brewer and Lena Pierce negotiated the lease with Gil Stroube of Lincoln Property.
International technology firm GEA Group leased 78,000 square feet of industrial space in the same Frisco business park earlier this year.
In 2018, Blue Star Land bought the more than 200-acre Frisco Park 25 industrial project for almost $38 million. The industrial park, which is south of U.S. Highway 380, was renamed Star Business Park.
There is also a 400,000-square-foot Dallas Cowboys Merchandising Distribution and Sales Center in the industrial park.
Source: Dallas Morning News, Written by: Steve Brown