Monthly Archives: January 2018

Waterside hosts “Clean Eating Tour”

Our Trademark marketing team has launched a new initiative to work with Instagram influencers who are brand advocates of the property to promote the tenants to their followers. This started in 2017 with our Perkins Rowe rebrand campaign and will continue throughout 2018. To kick the year off we worked with Alex Snodgrass of The Defined Dish. Alex is an acclaimed blogger and influencer with a passion for Whole... read more

Napastäk To Open Second Shop at First Street Napa

Napa Valley Register Written by: Staff Napastäk Napa Valley will open a second retail store located at 1240 First St., adjacent to the recently opened Archer Hotel Napa. The shop will be located in First Street Napa, a 325,000-square-foot mixed-use development in downtown Napa. Napastäk plans to open in the spring 2018. Napastäk sells high-end cooking products, including "top-quality knives, cooking... read more

Trademark, ALTO Real Estate Acquire Shopping Center on South Hulen

Fort Worth Business Press Written by: Staff A joint venture between Fort Worth’s Trademark Property Co. and New York-based ALTO Real Estate Funds has acquired 5000 South Hulen, an 86,943-square-foot open-air community shopping center anchored by Barnes & Noble and Old Navy. The retail destination is 95 percent occupied by a mix of national and regional retailers, including, along with the anchors, a... read more

Trademark Property Company and ALTO Real Estate Funds JV Acquires 5000 South Hulen Shopping Center in Fort Worth, Texas

FORT WORTH, Texas (Jan. 11, 2018) – A joint venture between Trademark Property Company and ALTO Real Estate Funds has acquired 5000 South Hulen, an 86,943-square-foot open-air community shopping center located in Fort Worth, Texas. The retail destination is 95 percent occupied by a mix of national and regional retailers, including anchors Barnes & Noble and Old Navy, as well as a number of community service... read more

Waterside Featured in The Wall Street Journal

Where the New Retail Space Is Being Built (Hint: It’s Not in Malls) The Wall Street Journal Written by: Esther Fung Pedestrian-focused developments sprout up alongside new housing; ‘walkability’ is key Despite a glut in U.S. retail space, some developers are building more, just not in the form of malls but alongside new homes in smaller chunks than before. The target clientele: younger and even... read more