Wellington Realty Completes Property Transaction for Pediatrics Plus

First Pediatrics Plus in Texas to Occupy Prime Location in Frisco

DALLAS, April 10, 2017Wellington Realty, a commercial real estate services company serving the four major markets in Texas, announced the successful property transaction for Pediatrics Plus, a pediatric healthcare provider based in Arkansas. Pediatrics Plus purchased 4.45 acres located in Frisco, Texas. Wellington Realty’s Managing Partner, David Shaffer and Brokerage Associate, Caleb Jones represented the buyer. Senior Vice President with Colliers International, Susan GwinBurks, represented the seller.

Conveniently located just off the Dallas North Tollway, the new Pediatrics Plus will reside in the center of Frisco’s most up and coming area. Nearby attractions include Toyota Stadium, Toyota Soccer Center and Fieldhouse USA. Pediatrics Plus is expected to break ground by the end of 2017.

“We invested a great deal of time to find the right spot for Pediatrics Plus to establish its presence in the DFW market. The Frisco location offered a spacious amount of land, while still residing in an urban-centric community,” said David Shaffer, Managing Partner, Wellington Realty. “With traffic continually moving north of Dallas, we saw this Frisco property as a prime location, positioned for success.”

Pediatrics Plus is a specialized pediatric healthcare provider, committed to helping children succeed in all stages of life through evidence-based therapy and education, diagnostic services, state of the art facilities, specialized equipment, family support, and community investment. This is the first Pediatrics Plus location in Texas, with four additional locations in Arkansas. Founders, Amy and Todd Denton, established the first Pediatrics Plus in 2002.

“Frisco is one of the fastest growing cities in the Metroplex, and as the community grows, more pediatric healthcare options are necessary,” said Caleb Jones, Brokerage Associate, Wellington Realty. “Pediatrics Plus will be yet another addition to the expanding North Texas community.”