Oct 19

Brookwood store gets jump on the holidays with seasonal gift shop in The Woodlands plus more real estate transactions

Weaver, a national accounting firm based in Houston leased, 11,000 square feet in One Hughes Landing Blvd. in The Woodlands. Scott Morse and Katherine Jessen of Dallas-based Citadel Partners represented the tenant. Jillian Fredericks and Norm Munoz of Colliers represented the landlord, Howard Hughes Holdings. Weaver will relocate its Conroe office to The Woodlands in December. Corgan Architects is handling design, Endurance Builders is the general contractor and Gauge Real Estate Partners is the project manager. Citadel Partners assisted Weaver with its 2022 headquarters relocation to 4400 Post Oak Parkway.

The Brookwood store opened for the holidays in Hughes Landing in The Woodlands. Howard Hughes Holding is providing retail space for the third straight year as part of its HHCares social responsibility program. The store sells locally made holiday gifts and poinsettias with proceeds benefiting the Brookwood Community, a nonprofit educational, residential and entrepreneurial organization serving adults with disabilities. The store, located in One Lakes Edge suite E200 next to Venetian Nail Spa and L’Atelier de Beaute, will be open Tuesday through Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. through the end of the year.

Amiri, a Los Angeles-based global fashion brand, opened a store in the Galleria. The 4,300-square-foot store was designed by founder and creative director Mike Amiri in partnership with design firm Two One Two Design to showcase Amiri’s menswear, womenswear, childrenswear and accessories.

Restore Hyper Wellness opened a 3,100-square-foot studio at 1720 FM 646 in League City. The location is operated by franchisee Brittney Richard, a former cardiology nurse practitioner and fitness enthusiast.

T-Mobile, a provider of wireless telecom products and services, signed leases for three new stores in the Houston area. Lunden McGill, a broker at Baker Katz, represented T-Mobile in the deals. The company opened a 2,334-square-foot store at 2139 Highway 146 in Liberty. Jonathan Aron with Hunington Properties represented the landlord. A 2,000-square-foot store will open at Spur 149 and FM 1488 in Magnolia in the first quarter. Court Richardson with Ironbridge represented the landlord. A 3,3390-square-foot store in Golden Plaza at 5727 Westheimer will open in the first quarter. Bunny McLeod with Wulfe & Co. represented the landlord.

Plato’s Closet, a resale store that buys and sells clothing and accessories for teens and young adults, set a grand opening of Oct. 26 for its Cypress store at 25430 Northwest Freeway Suite A1. The location is operated by local entrepreneurs Kimberly and Christopher Dearing.

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