T-Mobile Plans Investment at Business Park

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T-Mobile plans to invest $34 million at Irving’s Royal Tech Commons to improve one of the 12 buildings there.

According to a Texas Department of License and Regulation filing, work at the “T-Mobile Customer Experience Center” at 8333 Ridgepoint Dr. is scheduled to begin in January.

Company spokesperson Kerry Schimmelbusch confirmed the filing but declined to offer further details, saying only that it is “related to some potential updates we may be making in the area.” The project is expected to be completed in March 2025, according to the filing.

Royal Tech Commons is owned by Dilwig of Durham, North Carolina. It purchased Royal Tech Business Park in spring 2022 before renaming it Royal Tech Commons, according to its website.

The property includes more than 600,000 square feet of office, warehouse, call center, and lab space in 11 single-story buildings near I-635 in the Las Colinas area. Eight units are available for lease, and suites range from 1,000 square feet to 75,000 square feet.

In its March 2022 announcement regarding its acquisition of Royal Tech Business Park, Delwig said it planned to complete capital improvements “as part of a strategic rebranding campaign” to include HVAC upgrades, new outdoor amenities, new wayfinding, and roof replacements. Among the tenants at Royal Tech Commons are Whataburger Restaurant Corp., Wells Fargo Bank, TekSystems Global Services, and Coinmach Service Corp.

Founded in 1999, Delwig is a real estate investment firm whose portfolio includes office space, community development, and industrial properties across the South, according to its website.

T-Mobile, which is headquartered in Bellevue, Washington, had 118 million customers at the end of September, according to its website.

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