Monthly Archives: October 2015

Saddle Creek announces latest tenant

By: Meagan Nichols Saddle Creek has revealed a new fashionable tenant. Lily Rain, a clothing and lifestyle store, will open in spring 2016 adjacent to Michael Kors. The 1,600-square-foot store will mark the first Lily Rain location in Tennessee. “Leasing momentum is strong at Saddle Creek right now, and we’re pleased that Lily Rain is joining the list of tenants opening in Saddle Creek,” said Terry... read more

Trademark Property Co. Welcomes Lily Rain to Saddle Creek

Media Contact: Maggie Turner Holley mholley@sunwestpr.com 214.373.1601 Soft Surroundings and Kendra Scott to open in November GERMANTOWN, Tenn. (Oct. 28, 2015) – Trademark Property Co., the operating partner for Saddle Creek, has announced that clothing and lifestyle store Lily Rain will open a 1,600-square-foot store at the lifestyle center in spring 2016. The store, Lily Rain’s first Tennessee location,... read more

Waterside Development Lands Outdoor Retailer

Globe St. Anna Caplan FORT WORTH - Seattle-based REI is coming to Fort Worth, a source confirms exclusively to GlobeSt.com. The outdoor emporium will open a store at Waterside, the “Conscious Place” Trademark Property Co. - developed project off Arborlawn Drive and Bryant Irvin Road in southwest Fort Worth. The development is scheduled to open late 2016. Located on the Trinity River, the location is a, well,... read more

Starwood Hotels bringing Aloft hotel to Allen’s Watters Creek development

Dallas Business Journal Candace Carlisle | 10/15/15 Connecticut-based Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide Inc. (NYSE: HOT) plans to build a new Aloft-branded hotel at Allen's Watters Creek at Montgomery Farm, a mixed-use development that recently committed to an $85 million convention center hotel. The convention center hotel has opened to the door in Allen for other hospitality options, such as this... read more

REI to Bring Outdoor Expertise to Fort Worth, Texas, in 2016 and Relocate its Rockville, MD., Store in 2017

CONTACT: Mike Ferris REI Public Affairs 253-395-8114 mferris@rei.com National co-op serves adventurers through REI Fort Worth at Waterside and REI Rockville at Pike & Rose SEATTLE – Over the next two years, REI, a specialty outdoor retailer and the nation’s largest consumer co-op, will open a new store in Fort Worth, Texas, in the spring of 2016 and relocate REI Rockville in the spring of 2017. The... read more

Starwood Hotels’ leading-edge Aloft Brand continues growth in Texas

  Media Contact: Ashley Chapman Global Public Relations, Aloft, Element & Four Points by Sheraton (212) 380-:15A4015 ashley.chapman@starwoodhotels.com Aloft Allen Will Cater to the Hyper-Connected Global Traveler with Urban Design, Innovative Technologies and Live Music at W XYZ® Bar STAMFORD, Conn. – October 15, 2015 – Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc.® (NYSE:HOT) today... read more

The Art of The Conscious Place

Written By: John M. Conscious Places are dynamic, living collaborations between their stakeholders and the spaces they exist in. Their tenants, amenities, and users all interact with the natural environment to create something far greater than the sum of its parts. One of the ways we concretely demonstrate that symbiosis is through public art that tells the story of the place, its people, and its history while... read more

H&M opens at Hillside Village in Cedar Hill

Dallas Morning News Maria Halkias | 10/8/15 Cedar Hill gets an H&M fast fashion store today. Hennes & Mauritz, opened in Cedar Hill as part of the renovations underway at the former Uptown Village at Cedar Hill, now called Hillside Village. Trademark Property Co. is the operating partner for the 610,000-square-foot shopping center located on Highway 67 and FM 1382. The 21,000-square-foot H&M store... read more

Rice Village renovations begin

Houston Chronicle Nancy Sarnoff | 10/6/2015 The owner of a Rice Village shopping center is launching the first phase of a renovation and rebranding effort it announced late last year to remake the suburban-style property formerly known as the Village Arcade. The initial changes will include a new parking management system, street and storefront enhancements, outdoor seating, public art and... read more

Houston’s Rice Village to Undergo its First MultiMillion-Dollar Renovation in Decades

Media Contact: Bernard Kaplan, Kaplan Publications (o) (713) 784-1077 | (c) (713) 302-4199 Phase I includes a new, high tech parking management system, additional street and façade enhancements, outdoor seating, public art, updated landscaping, as well as improved sidewalks and common areas HOUSTON (Oct. 6, 2015) – Trademark Property Co. has announced a Phase I multimillion-dollar renovation and rebranding of... read more

Center’s ‘micro’ leasing strategy targets local eateries

Shopping Center Today Independent food tenants are increasingly important to landlords seeking to differentiate their shopping centers and to encourage shoppers to linger and spend more money. But such tenants are notoriously fragile and often require landlord assistance to grow into profitable enterprises, experts say. This is why Fort Worth, Texas–based developer Trademark Property has launched what it calls... read more