Friday, November 08, 2013

Apartments planned for historic Cedars building at center of suit against Chris Bosh’s family

The former candy manufacturing building will be converted into residences.(SkyWalker)
Investors have purchased an historic building in Dallas’ Cedars district.
Arlington-based real estate firm SkyWalker Property Partners has bought the 110-year-old Hughes Brothers Candy Factory building on Ervay Street just south of downtown Dallas.
The new owners plan to spend $3.2 million converting the former manufacturing building into residential units.
“We just love the area, its growth and momentum,” SkyWalker Property’s Clint Holland said in a statement. “It’s got phenomenal views of Downtown Dallas that will always be unobstructed.”
The new owners bought the building from Frieda Bosh, the mother of Miami Heat basketball player Chris Bosh. Terms of the sale were not disclosed.
By Steve Brown
stevebrown@@dallasnews.com