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Gourmet hamburger maker Twisted Root plans Bedford location

Twisted Root Burger Co. has bought the vacant property at the southeast corner of Central Drive and Harwood Road in Bedford and plans to open a restaurant in February.

It will be the company’s eighth Dallas-Fort Worth location. Twisted Root, which offers burgers made from scratch, has locations in Dallas, Richardson, Roanoke, Fairview, Plano and Arlington.

"We opened our first Twisted Root location just six years ago, and I’ve been thrilled at how the DFW community has embraced our better burger concept," said owner Jason Boso, in a statement. "By expanding to Bedford, we’ll be sharing our chef driven menu and fun, casual atmosphere with lots of new customers, and I’m confident they’ll like our burgers as much as we do."

The location is in front of Bedford Meadows shopping center. Its new owner, Legacy Alliance Holdings, has been working with the city to redevelop the corner and shopping center. The center added six new leases this year.

Legacy Alliance, based in Addison, bought the 59,909-square-foot shopping center in 2011. At the time, the center was 40 percent leased.

Roger Smeltzer with Vision Commercial negotiated the sale. Carter Wilson with Cambridge Companies represented Twisted Root.

_ Sandra Baker


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