Uptown Park, Lower Heights District, the Allen Lifestyle Pavilion signs new tenants

Uptown Park, an Edens shopping center at Uptown Park Boulevard and Loop 610, announced new tenants. Lombardi Cucina Italianaa Dallas-based Lombardi Family Concepts restaurant serving Italian cuisine with a modern twist has leased a 9,350 square foot restaurant. The North Starthe Swedish performance electric car brand, has rented 3,420 square feet for its second showroom in Texas. glosslaba membership-based nail studio by Rachel Apfel Glass of New York, has rented a 972-square-foot salon for its second location in Texas. Kindness opened a 5,360 square foot reproductive health clinic. Rocambolesc, an international ice cream parlor from Spain’s Roca brothers, opened earlier this year. The new retailers join Etoile Cuisine and Bar, Flower Child, Giant Leap Coffee, McCormick & Schmick’s, Mendocino Farms, Merus Grill, Postino, Rejuvenation, URBE and Van Leeuwen, among others. Edens has a portfolio of 110 properties nationwide.

Houston-based DC Partners announced Texan cut as the anchor tenant of the Allen Lifestyle Pavilion development at the southeast corner of Allen Parkway and Gillette Street. The fitness center will occupy 34,000 square feet on the second and third levels of the four-story building, which is 100% leased. The 62,128-square-foot, four-level building will feature multiple restaurants, including one with a rooftop terrace overlooking Buffalo Bayou Park. Texans Fit, in partnership with the Houston Texans and fitness company M6, will have an outdoor workout turf, weight room, cryotherapy, personal training and fitness classes online. band. DC Partners is developing The Allen with investment from TQ Real Estate Development and Westmont Hospitality Group. The Residences at The Allen, a mixed-use condo development anchored by the Thompson Houston Hotel, is 70% sold.

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Gulf Coast Commercial Group announced new tenants in the Lower Heights District at 2799 Katy Freeway between Studemont and Sawyer streets. Following the recent opening of Home deposit and doubling the size of Milan Nail Spa up to 10,000 square feet, Scissors and Scotch opened a 1,964 square foot men’s salon for its first Houston location. Scissors & Scotch was represented by Samantha Walter of SRS. First watch, a daytime cafe, opened a 4,500 square foot location. Ron Marshall of Mac Haik Realty represented First Watch. Lofts-loungesrepresented by Greg Stanislawski of Retail Strategy Real Estate Group, will open a 5,155 square foot location in early 2023. Thrive Drip Spa, represented by SVN J. Beard Real Estate Co., has leased 2,000 square feet for a wellness spa that will open early next year. Danny Miller of Gulf Coast Commercial Group and Anderson Smith and Brett Levinson of Main Street Commercial Partners represented the owner in the transactions.

Ollie’s Bargain Outlet opened a new store at 1747 N. Fry Road in Katy in the former Stein Mart location next to Hobby Lobby. The discount retailer, which sells branded closeouts up to 70% off, now has five locations in the Houston area and 26 in Texas. The merchandise line includes books, flooring, food, housewares, toys, electronics, health and beauty products, pet supplies and more. Ollie’s brings 50-60 new jobs to the local community with each new store.

Zero latency, a virtual reality gaming experience, has leased 4,615 square feet at the Wood Ridge Plaza Mall at 27630 Interstate 45 North across from Woodlands Mall in Oak Ridge North. Bill Farris of Paradigm Commercial Real Estate represented the tenant. Bunny McLeod and Katherine Wildman of Wulfe & Co. represented the owner.

Evergreen Commercial Realty represented Hollywood stream in approximately 3,000 square foot rental at Magnolia Circle Mall at FM 1488 and Magnolia Circle. Andrew Alvis of NewQuest Properties represented the owner. Hollywood Feed also leased 3,000 square feet at Cypress Marketplace from US 290 and Barker Cypress. Lauren Sheppard of Williamsburg Enterprises represented the owner.

sushi monster leased 2,161 square feet at Market at Bees Creek, 4225 Sienna Parkway, Missouri City. Resolut RE’s Rick Gutierrez represented the owner. Danna Sossen of ICO Commercial represented the tenant.

Crumbled cookies leased 2,045 square feet at Chambers Town Center, Interstate 10 and Texas 146, Baytown, from NewQuest Properties. Austen Baldridge and Bob Conwell of NewQuest Properties represented the owner. Chantel Martinez of KW Commercial represented the tenant.

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