Monthly Archives: September 2017

Five Questions with Classic Pilates

Opened in 2015, Classic Pilates at Victory Park has been a staple for Victory residents along with several of Dallas' very own professional athletes. Founder and owner Joann Cuccurullo decided to focus on her true passion, wellness through Pilates, after working in real estate management and sales for fifteen years. She discusses her passion for physical fitness and how she helps clients build a stronger body to... read more

Overland Sheepskin to Move Napa Valley Store

North Bay Business Journal After more than a quarter century in Yountville, Overland Sheepskin Co., Inc., plans to move its California store to downtown Napa early next year. Overland in January is set to occupy about 2,000 square feet in the Beckstoffer Building at 1202 First St. It's under renovation as part of the 325,000-square-foot First Street Napa mixed-use project, which includes a 183-room Archer Hotel,... read more

Perkins Rowe undergoing redevelopment, new branding campaign

Business Report - Greater Baton Rouge Written by: Alexandria Burris Perkins Rowe is slated to undergo a multimillion dollar redevelopment—the first since the 2007 opening of the mixed-use property. On the agenda for the development at Perkins Road and Bluebonnet Boulevard: more public amenities and community programs for the residential, dining and retail center, according to a news release. More details... read more

Trademark and Partner Matching $200k of Donations to Aid Harvey Victims

It has been heartbreaking to watch Hurricane Harvey devastate Houston and the Gulf Coast with record amounts of rainfall and an unimaginable path of wreckage. So many have lost their homes, businesses and loved ones. Though the heaviest rains are over, the clean-up and rebuilding efforts are just beginning. The hurricane hit home for us. Three of Trademark’s properties, Rice Village, La Palmera, and Market... read more

Rice Village restaurants surpass 5,500-plus meals for area shelters

Houston Chronicle Shopping destination seeks support from other restaurants Having partnered with its restaurants to deliver more than 5,500 meals to local shelters and organizations in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, Rice Village District is now putting out the call for other Houston-area restaurants to get involved. A mainstay in Houston's retail scene, Rice Village is accepting meal donations (either... read more

4,000+ Meals Donated for Hurricane Harvey Relief

We’ve partnered with local restaurants to serve more than 4,000+ meals to Second Servings, MD Anderson, Memorial Hermann and volunteers at the Toyota Center. Rice Village is accepting meal donations (either buffet style, chilled for pickup or boxed) and coordinating delivery to area shelters and organizations in need around the clock. So far Rice Village has been able to sponsor 4000+ meals in partnership with... read more

Victory Park’s Chef’s for Farmers event featured in USA Today

USA Today Written by: Ashley Day Fall features full weekends to celebrate all the seasonal flavors we're craving — from bourbon and beer to apples and smoky barbecue — across the country (and in the Caribbean). New York and San Diego's headline wine and food festivals return, Las Vegas' multi-faceted Life is Beautiful extravaganza turns five, and Portland, Maine's Harvest on the Harbor turns... read more