Springwoods Village, The Woodlands ink deals at new retail projects
Island Grill, a local restaurant focused on healthy Mediterranean-American fare, has signed on as the first retail tenant in the CityPlace 2 building in Springwoods Village. The 10-story building, at 1701 Lake Plaza Drive, is entirely occupied by American Bureau of Shipping, which has 1,200 employees there. Island Grill will open a 3,584-square-foot restaurant with an outdoor patio in mid-2019. About 21,000 square feet remains available for lease. Eric Lestin of CBRE represented Island Grill in the lease. Nick Hernandez and Crystal Allen of Transwestern, along with Dennis Tarro of Patrinely Group, represented CityPlace, a joint venture of Patrinely Group, USAA Real Estate and CDC Houston. Island Grill has locations in the Tanglewood, Bellaire, Memorial and Rice Village areas.
Moviehouse & Eatery will make its Houston debut with a 42,370-square-foot theater at Creekside Park Village Center in The Woodlands. The 11-screen theater will anchor Creekside Park West, a new 12-acre retail development of The Howard Hughes Corp. on Kuykendahl Road, between Creekside Forest Drive and West Harmony Place. Rip Reynolds from The Howard Hughes Corp. represented the developer. Chris Reyes from SHOP Cos. represented Moviehouse & Eatery. The Austin-based chain has five locations in the Austin and Dallas markets.
Camp Bow Wow has a new location at 7232 Wynnwood Lane in the Timbergrove area near the Heights. Franchisee Julia Ambler will operate the newly built 8,600-square-foot pet care facility, which offers overnight lodging and day care, with indoor and outdoor play areas.
Chicken Salad Chick has entered the Houston market with a location at 21630 Kuykendahl in Spring. The location is operated by franchisees Jake Alleman and Cody Gielen of Cojak Enterprises. The restaurant, which offers chicken salad in 12 different flavors, has more than 95 locations in 11 states. Locations are planned in Conroe and Houston in 2019.
iShineExpress Car Wash & Detail has purchased 1.4 acres at The Crossing at Katy Trails, a development of Rubicon Realty Group at Clay and Peek Roads in Katy. Inna Gallagher of Rubicon Realty represented the seller. Clay Roper of Caldwell Cos. represented the buyer.
Quick Quack Car Wash has signed a ground lease for a 0.71-acre tract at Rayford Road and Wildrose Drive. Brad Elmore and Austen Baldridge of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord, Grand Oaks Partners. Jack Burgher of Streetwise Retail Advisors represented the tenant.
Reign Enterprise, led by developer Sadaf “Tito” Khan, has purchased 1.7 acres on the north side of Will Clayton Parkway just west of Timber Forest Drive in Humble as the site of a 14,350-square-foot multi-tenant retail center. Adam McAlpine of McAlpine Interests represented the buyer. Tom Condon Jr. with Colliers International-The Woodlands represented the seller, Patricia Al-Attas Barrett..