High-tech firm buys Plano campus for consolidation | Real Estate

A Farmers Branch-based high-tech firm has purchased an industrial and office building in Plano to consolidate operations.

Angel Cellular – a more than 6-year-old firm that refurbishes and resells cell phones, pads and other mobile devices – bought a building in the Shiloh Commerce Center at 620 Shiloh Road in Plano.

The 2-level, 127,680 square-foot building will house both Angel Cellular and offices for its affiliated hotel management company, Angel Hospitality, which is now based in Addison.

“This was building is part of the original Flextronics International campus that was built in the early 2000s that is now being repurposed,” said Capstone Commercial’s Larry Robbins who brokered the sale. “Angel Cellular is the largest refurbisher and seller of cell phone products in the United States.”

Robbins negotiated the sale along with Capstone’s Steve Burris and John Hendricks of CBRE.

Singapore-based electronics manufacturing and assembly company Flextronics closed its 2-building Plano campus in 2015 and consolidated the operations there to Austin.

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