Cleburne Station Development

Cleburne Station

SOUTHLAKE, TEXAS – Cleburne Station development is happening now, and Champions DFW Commercial Realty, LLC, has been selected to market the new mixed-use development adjacent to The Depot at Cleburne Station in Johnson County—the new minor league baseball stadium. Champions DFW is a full-service commercial real estate firm based in Southlake, Texas and services the entire Dallas / Fort Worth area.

Cleburne Station is a master-planned, mixed use development anchored by the Cleburne Railroader’s new minor league baseball stadium. The area consists of approximately 60 acres with proposed opportunities in multi-family, retail, restaurant, and hospitality including two hotels. The growth of this community includes 70,000 people living within 15 minutes and a half million are within 30 minutes.

“Cleburne Station is a major development with a variety of commercial real estate opportunities. The Depot of Cleburne Station is a unique destination in the DFW market, and we are excited about the chance to help grow the Cleburne community surrounding this venue,” Jim Kelley said. He is the Principal/Broker of Champions DFW.

The Depot at Cleburne Station is the home of the Cleburne Railroaders in the independent minor league baseball team in the America Association as well as the FC Cleburne soccer team in the USL League 2. The Depot at Cleburne Station also hosts tournaments, concerts and various other events.

Jim Kelley, Principal and Broker, formed Champions DFW Commercial Realty, LLC in 2007. This full service brokerage provides comprehensive services to the Dallas / Fort Worth commercial real estate market. The cornerstone for Champions DFW is to provide the highest level of professional and responsive commercial real estate services delivering first class customer service. Learn more about Champions DFW in our free podcast found on iTunes and on our website: For various Cleburne Station opportunities, contact Jim Kelley, Lon Lloyd or Rudy Janecka at 817-488-4333; or email Jim at



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