Monthly Archives: February 2012

Charming Charlie and Shades Open at Market Street Flowood

CONTACT Steve Bolger Senior Leasing Representative 817-810-5329 sbolger@trademarkproperty.com Charming Charlie opens today at Market Street Flowood! The store offers award winning fashion jewelry and accessories including handbags and shoes. Don’t forget to check out Market Street Flowood on Facebook for the latest news and photos! http://www.facebook.com/pages/Market-Street-Flowood/185906114776863 Opening the... read more

Preston Oaks Opens HEB Central Market

CONTACT Steve Bolger Senior Leasing Representative 817-810-5329 sbolger@trademarkproperty.com The Central Market at Preston and Royal opens Wednesday, February 15, 2012. Central Market opens a “mini-me” store. It is as if someone took the CM concept and squeezed it up and in: You’ll see most of the products found at the larger CMs, but tighter stocks stacked high - a narrower trough of sweet potatoes,... read more

Trademark CEO and President Interview Dr. Peter Linneman

Recently, our President Tommy Miller and I had an opportunity to interview Dr. Peter Linneman, the renowned real estate economist and publisher of The Linneman Letter. We asked him for his assessment of the retail and retail real estate business in the U.S. In the interview, we discussed malls, online sales, retailer credit, and retail and mixed-use investments. Dr. Peter Linneman Interview Terry: Peter, in the... read more

Mi Cocina Opens at Alliance Town Center

CONTACT Freemon Baker Senior VP - Leasing 817-810-5323 fbaker@trademarkproperty.com Mi Cocina location opened February 13, 2012 in Alliance Town Center. The new spot will seat about 200 inside and 50 more on the patio area, according to an M Crowd press release. The restaurant joins Kincaide’s, Olive Garden, BJ’s Brewhouse, Jason’s Deli and others in the Town Center. Development on the latest phase of the... read more

Alliance Town Center Welcomes Michelle Obama

CONTACT Freemon Baker Senior VP - Leasing 817-810-5323 fbaker@trademarkproperty.com FORT WORTH – Monica Calton saw history Thursday. After stopping at a far north Fort Worth Olive Garden, only because she saw news media vehicles and police cars parked outside, she got a glimpse of first lady Michelle Obama. Obama – on a tour to talk with parents about changing eating and exercise habits in their homes –... read more