Nov 4

Baker Katz completes leases for six Pet Supplies Plus locations in Houston area

Houston-based Baker Katz, an X Team International partner and full-service commercial real estate brokerage firm specializing in retail tenant representation, investment sales, project deveopment and leasing, announced that they have completed recent deals for six storefront locations in Sienna Plantation, Conroe, Baytown, Kingwood, West University Place, and Pearland, Texas, on behalf of Pet Supplies Plus. Lunden McGill with Baker Katz represented Pet Supplies Plus in each deal.

“Pet Supplies Plus continues to strategically grow in the greater Houston market with an eye toward patience, waiting on quality real estate,” said McGill. “The announcement of these six locations strengthens their foothold in the pet segment across the Houston DMA and we look forward to being part of their continued success.”

The store in Sienna will be located at the Sienna Crossing shopping center on Highway 6 and is slated to open during Q4 2021. Lauren Shepperd with Williamsburg Enterprises represented the landlord.

The Conroe store will be located in the Target anchored Towne Center shopping plaza on IH-45 North, opening during Q4 2021. Sharon Biles with Saber Properties represented the landlord.

The Baytown location will open at Chambers Town Center at the intersection of I-10 and Hwy 146, during Q1 2022. Austen Baldrige with NewQuest Properties represented the landlord.

The Kingwood location will open during Q1 of 2022 in King’s Crossing at West Lake Houston Parkway and Kingwood Drive. Christie Vinzant with Kimco Properties represented the landlord.

The store in West University Place will be located at Braes Heights on Bellaire Boulevard and is expected to open during Q1 2022 as well. Wilson Mayfield with Brixmor Properties represented the landlord.

The Pearland location will be located at the Broadway Plaza on Broadway Street, opening during Q2 2022. Shaffer Braun with NAI represented the landlord. Each location signed a 10-year lease.

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