SoCal Pharma Company Buys Mid-Cities Building to Relocate HQ, Operations to North Texas

The online pharma company specializes in liquid dietary supplement manufacturing, sales, and distribution.

Anything Liquid to relocate to Fort Worth suburb from Southern California

North Texas has a new California transplant. Liquid dietary supplement manufacturer Anything Liquid Manufacturing has acquired a more than 18,000 square-foot space in the Fort Worth suburb of Richland Hills that it plans to turn into its new headquarters.

The online pharma company specializes in liquid dietary supplement manufacturing, sales, and distribution domestically and internationally.

Anything Liquid says it can “turn any formula into a liquid supplement.” Liquids are absorbed much faster than other forms of supplements, according to its website. It specializes in creating a liquid that “follows all regulations and tastes great” for formulas for pills, powders, or capsules.

Its products include generic and name brands.

The company, owned by master chemist Brian Rubach, aims to relocate its HQ and pharmaceutical operations in the next two months. LGE Design Build will retrofit the ’80s-era building at  7370 Dogwood Park Dr. in Midway Industrial Park.

Senior Vice President Managing Partner Bradford Commercial

Joe Santaularia

“It’s nearly impossible to find a building this size in today’s market,” said Joe Santaularia, senior vice president and managing partner of Bradford Commercial Real Estate Services, in a statement. “Owner-users have less product to choose from and end up paying a premium to buy.”

The 1.19-acre site, which has direct access to TX 121, was under contract by Anything Liquid for about six months.

“It was an atypical closing period, but it went smoothly,” Santaularia said.  The seller just needed time to find a new spot,”

The deal plays to the “theme of companies moving to Dallas/Fort Worth to escape the high taxes and red tape of doing business in California,” he said. 

Santaularia and Bradford VP Jason Finch represented the buyer. CBRE’s Bob Scully and Brice Wells represented the building’s seller, Direct PrintIQ.

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