Tag : Globe St.

Jun 20

Are Mid-Level Retailers In Trouble?

According to Jason Baker, principal with Houston-based retail brokerage Baker Katz, mid-level retailers that don’t offer a unique or private label product are going to get hurt more and more in the near future. by Natalie

Apr 24

Experts Talk RECon; Creating Unique Experiences For Consumers

BY NATALIE DOLCE LAS VEGAS—The 2017 edition of ICSC’s colossal RECon convention is gearing up and GlobeSt.com chats with a few expert sources on their expectations and predictions for the show. LAS VEGAS—While there have been

Mar 23

Need For Restaurants Spurs Mall-Area Development Globe St.

Citing the need for added restaurant options, in addition to boasting a steady and consistent neighborhood activity pace for three decades, a site has been deemed a viable match for development. And, no 80-year-old trees will

Mar 8

Theater Wars Light Up The Big Screen Globe St.

HOUSTON—A new generation of experiential movie theater concepts is departing with industry conventional wisdom and beginning to change mixed-use development calculations, says Baker Katz in this EXCLUSIVE. HOUSTON—While going to the movies has always been an

Nov 22

Fast-Casual Eatery Melts Into Core Trade Areas Globe St.

HOUSTON—The Melt, a fast-casual restaurant serving food exclusively from natural ingredients, opened its first Texas location at The Lawn at Houston’s Baybrook Mall yesterday. An additional location is slated to open in spring of 2017 at

Sep 8

Foot Traffic Is A Key Aspect Of Boot Barn Lease Globe St.

HOUSTON—With the intent to attract more foot traffic to a newly acquired center, Boot Barn has been added to the tenant mix at Baker Katz’s Federal EastShopping Center property. The 13,250-square-foot Boot Barn will hold an

Jul 12

Sales Tax Income Indicates Draw Of Lake Jackson Retail Globe St.

LAKE JACKSON, TX—Sales tax income in Lake Jackson represents a population of more than 70,000, indicating the draw of retail shopping from the area. An example of that retail draw is the recent lease by ALDI,

Mar 31

Updates To Help Tenant Demand At Lake Houston Globe St.

Baker Katz purchased a property last year with plans to add new signage, update the parking lot and renovate the two buildings located near the cross streets of Farm to Market Road 1960 and West Lake

Mar 7

High-Traffic Ship Channel Site Is Fully Leased Globe St.

HOUSTON—Baker Katz acquired a property last year with plans to revamp the property into a multi-tenant destination. The property is located at the intersection of I-10 East and Haden Road in a highly trafficked business and

Feb 5

High Traffic Intersection Gets Custom-Built Retail Globe St.

HOUSTON—Advance Auto Parts is soon to be located at the intersection of Farm to Market Road 1960 and Aldine Westfield Road. A 30,000-square-foot land parcel has been purchased along with a 7,000-square-foot lease put in place

Dec 16

Baker Katz Sells Northeast Houston Property Globe St.

HOUSTON—Houston-based Baker Katz, an X Team International partner, has sold a 2.12-acre property with an existing 13,000-square-foot office building located near the cross streets of U.S. Highway 59 N and West Little York Road in Houston. Baker Katz

Nov 25

Baker Katz Completes Port Arthur Center Globe St.

Houston-based Baker Katz has completed its 90,000-square-foot multi-tenant center in Port Arthur, with the opening of a 13,000-square-foot PetSmart. “We are proud to re-introduce this formerly vacant property to Port Arthur residents,” Kenneth Katz told GlobeSt.com.

Jul 30

Baker Katz Acquires Atascocita Acreage Globe St

Houston-based Baker Katz has acquired a 4.5-acre property with plans to renovate two existing buildings totaling 33,000 square feet located near the cross streets of Farm to Market Road 1960 and West Lake Houston Parkway in

Aug 6

BAKER KATZ COMPLETES D&B LEASE Globe St.

HOUSTON–Baker Katz, a full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm that provides tenant representation, project development, and leasing and investment services in Houston, has completed the lease of a 40,000-square-foot Dave & Buster’s in Friendswood thanks to