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Our website,, contains information regarding 23 million sq. ft. of property of which 7 million has already been sold by THE LOCKWOOD MANAGEMENT CORPORATION. The remaining 16 million sq. ft. of commercially zoned retail property is now available. The property is located in Mansfield on either side of East Broad Street Boulevard and along Matlock Road Boulevard in Mansfield, Texas. Mansfield is located in the very Central Southern corridor of the Dallas/ Fort Worth Metroplex and contiguous to Arlington Texas, (Home of both The Texas Rangers' and The New Dallas Cowboys' Stadiums).

Due to the explosive growth The City Of Mansfield is experiencing, we have found that we must continue the process of moving The Lockwood Ranch & Cattle Operations to new locations. We are offering this beautiful property because it is surrounded by exquisite homes, hospitals, golf courses, office buildings and bifurcated by multiple boulevards, with more to come.

Note: East Broad Street and Matlock Road are major arterials for The City of Mansfield. These Boulevards are commercially divided, with 150 foot loading pockets with commensurate curb cuts on both sides of the street.


  1. The property consists of the following sections: ll of this real property is zone mixed-use/commerical. All pricing is negotiated on a case-by-case basis which will take into account size of purchase and the quality of the planned development. Stephen Lockwood of Lockwood Holdings is committed to the high value/high quality development of this prime cooridor in south central DFW.



Neighborhood Center Two Sub-District
Northeast corner of E. Broad St. and Hwy 287, Approx. 1.57 million sq. ft. located in Neighborhood Center Two Sub-District may be used primarily for service, retail and entertainment land uses. In addition, apartments, lofts, townhouses, and live-work units are permitted subject to use limitations.

Lockwood Holdings, the Heart of the Reserve
  Letters (B)-(E) describe approximately 12.2 million sq. ft. as listed below:

Central Sub-District
Sites in the Central Sub-District may generally be used for the following land uses: medical, office, apartments, lofts, townhouses, live-work units, retail, service and restaurant. It is encouraged that a single development or building be mixed-use in nature, incorporating any or all of these land uses in either a horizontal or vertical manner.

(C) Business Campus Sub-District
This Sub-District is intended to provide a superior business park environment, focusing on strong presentation of office buildings within a natural, well landscaped campus setting.
(D) Workplace Sub-District
The Workplace Sub-District will provide opportunities for employment land uses including industrial, commercial and office uses while allowing some apartments, townhouses, live-work units, residential and service land uses along a street grid network to facilitate a transition in land use activity from the existing industrial land uses along HWY 287 to the Central Sub-District.
  The Following properties that have previously been sold:
  Approximately 3.44 million sq. ft. zoned C-2 (SOLD)
  Approximately 1 million sq. ft. zoned SF 12/22 (SOLD)
  Approximately 1.0 million sq. ft. zoned Central District PD (SOLD)

THE LOCKWOOD MANAGEMENT CORPORATION has purchased through GREYSWORD TURNER-WARNELL GP, LLC. and GREYSWORD TURNER-WARNELL, LTD. a 1.6 million sq. ft. tract of land located at the southwest corner of Turner-Warnell and HWY 287, being the southern most boundary dividing the City of Arlington, TX. and the City of Mansfield, TX and runs contiguous to an additional 30 acres owned by the Lockwood’s located along southbound service road of HWY 287 just south of Turner-Warner.

Please review the Terms and Conditions
for additional information.

The property is;

  • 7 miles from one of the highest density shopping districts in Texas,
  • 11 miles from Six Flags, Hurricane Harbor, Ripley's Believe or Not! and The Palace of Wax.
  • 16 miles from Dallas, and
  • 16 miles from Fort Worth

The major highway systems that run either through or converge in or around the City of Mansfield are; HWY 360, HWY. 287, HWY. 67 and IH-20.

The frontage road of HWY 360 & the main road of HWY 287 do now converge and connect south of the properties of The Lockwood Management Corporation.

  • TXDOT has completed doubling the size of the E. Broad Street bridge over HWY 287.
  • TXDOT has completed the new Heritage Parkway bridge over HWY 287.
  • TXDOT has completed the expansion of the Walnut Creek Bridge over HWY 287.
  • Matlock Road to Hospital Drive, south of Broad Street is now complete.
  • Matlock Road is now complete to Heritage Parkway and Heritage Parkway is complete to hwy 360.
  • Matlock Road will eventually continue south through the SouthPointe planned development and connecting to HWY 360
  • Broad Street Blvd and Matlock Road (both being 120 ft. wide streets) pass through and intersect the properties, offering over 12,000 linear feet of median divided four to six lane roads, with curb cuts and median cross-over frontage already provided by the city .

Mansfield was named one of the “Best 100 Places in America to Live” by Money Magazine, ranked #54 in Forbes Magazine’s listing of “America’s Fastest Growing Suburbs”, and ranked the “Top Tarrant County Suburb” in the Fort Worth, Texas Magazine.

Mansfield is the home of Tarrant County's newest court house, a new library, a new City Hall complex and police station, all on Broad Street Blvd within a ¼ mile proximity of THE LOCKWOOD MANAGEMENT CORPORATION’S property. This city features one of the finest Police and Fire Departments in America, a superb Planning Department and City Engineering staff, a very innovative City Manager, City Council, Planning and Zoning board, an extremely helpful MEDC (Mansfield Economic Development Corporation) and Board, and resourceful, award winning media coverage with the Mansfield Mirror and Fort Worth Star Telegram newspapers. Please see our Tour Mansfield photographic essay for visual tour of the city.

Mansfield ISD is the second fastest growing school district in Texas with a student population exceeding 21,000. Located in the heart of North Texas, the MISD spans 94.5 square miles in Tarrant and Johnson Counties. Within its borders, it takes in sections of Mansfield, south Arlington, west Grand Prairie, the community of Rendon, as well as other areas. For the past five years, MISD has maintained a growth rate of 10 to 13 percent in student population. Many new schools have recently been constructed, three of which are on either side of our property, one an elementary school, a middle school, and the first of four high schools.

MISD has 22 elementary schools, 6 intermediate schools, 6 middle schools, 6 high schools and a career tech center. Much of the construction and renovations were based on a fully funded bond program of approximately $241.5 million. Timberview High opened for the Fall of 2004, the Ben Barber Career Technical school opened for the Fall of 2005, Legacy High opened for the Fall 2007 and Frontier High School opened for the Fall of 2010. Mansfield's newest High School Lake Ridge High opened in the Fall of 2012.

Principal, Broker, and/or Agent contracts will be honored; Thus be advised and not withstanding, absent of an earnest money contract prices shall be subject to change without notice or exception.

We wish you the very best and hope that you will have every success in developing your projects.

Sincerely yours,

The Lockwood Management Corporation.


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