Sep 06

Retail wrap: Bellaire Town Center draws restaurants, fitness, beauty tenants

Bellaire Town Center, a redevelopment project of SDI Realty Advisors under construction at Bellaire Boulevard and South Rice Avenue, has signed Salata and JuiceLand as its latest tenants. Salata, represented by Wade Greene of Transwestern, signed a 2,804-square-foot lease. JuiceLand, represented by Chris Reyes and Tyler Trevino of Shop Cos., will occupy a 1,292-square-foot space. Brooks Shanklin and Josh Jacobs of Edge Realty Partners represented the landlord in the deals. Spanning two stories, the Bellaire Town Center retail and office development is home to Costa Brava Bistro, Dream DinnersLemongrass Cafe and Coldwell Banker United. Future tenants include Mod PizzaJersey Mike’s SubsSpengaClub PilatesPhenix Salon Suites, a nail salon, a dental office and an orthodontist office. The new tenants will open in spring 2020.

Taste of Greek, a food truck operated by Altin Mulla on Northpark Drive in Kingwood, leased 1,200 square feet at Kings Crossing in Kingwood, Weingarten Realty announced. Kings Crossing is a Randall’s grocery-anchored shopping center at West Lake Houston Parkway and Kingwood Drive. Christi Davis of Weingarten Realty represented the landlord in-house.

NaturalPawz, a pet store chain that’s operated in Texas since 2005, is expanding following its acquisition by Independent Pet Partners in 2018, retail brokerage Baker Katz announced. A 4,000-square-foot store recently opened at 208 Westheimer. Ryan Neyland of Davis Commercial represented the landlord there. A 3,180-square foot store at Main Street Kingwood is planned to open at 2529 Kingwood Drive in the fourth quarter. Jazz Hamilton of CBRE represented the landlord. A 4,000-square-foot store at the Shops at Tanglewood, at 5702 San Felipe, will consolidate nearby locations at Sage Plaza and Woodway Collection in the fourth quarter. Brooks Shanklin and Josh Jacobs of Edge Realty Advisors represented the landlord.. The 4,008-square-foot store at Washington Central, at 4015 Washington Ave., is planned for the second quarter of 2020. Ashley Strickland and Nick Ramsey of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Ben Brown of Baker Katz represented Natural Pawz in each of the deals.

Mathnasium, a math tutoring center for students from kindergarten through grade 12, has leased 1,200 square feet in the Cypress Green Shopping Center, a development by Cyplot LLC on Cypresswood Drive at 230 Cypresswood Drive in Spring. Karol Snyder of Moseley Commercial Real Estate represented the landlord. Wes Miller of Wulfe & Co. represented the tenant.

Natural Wellness, a health and wellness store, leased 1,050 square feet in the Atascocita Plaza Shopping center at FM 1960 East in Humble. Kristen Barker of Wulfe & Co. represented the landlord.

Metcalf Fine Art Portraits leased 2,654 square feet in River Oaks Shopping Center, at 1934 W. Gray St., for relocation from Katy this fall. The studio is locally owned and operated by Nena Metcalf. Christi Davis with Weingarten Realty and Jenny Mueller with JLL represented the landlord, Weingarten Realty. Chris Reyes with Shop Cos. represented the tenant.

Jolly Jolly Bakery leased 1,500 square feet at Corrigan Plaza, 5402 Broadway, Pearland. Benny Nguyen and Jim Thompson of Retail Solutions represented the landlord.

Dog Haus Biergarten has leased 2,167 square feet at 8422 Highway 6 North. Benny Nguyen and David Burrgraaf of Retail Solutions represented the tenant.

Cross Creek Town Center, a mixed-use development by The Woodlands-based Marcel in Fulshear’s Cross Creek Ranch community, has signed new tenants: Sammy’s Sports Grill, 5,050 square feet; Experience Infusion Center, 12,300 square feet; and F45 gym, 2,500 square feet. Additionally, Apex Executive Suites, a coworking concept by Marcel, will occupy 14,410 square-feet of office space. Planned to open in the spring, the center will contain more than 76,000 square-feet of combined office and retail space. Lacee Jacobs and Laura Harness of CBRE represented the landlord.

By Katherine Feser
Houston Chronicle
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