THE WOODLANDS EDITION
VOLUME 11, ISSUE 9 MAY 11JUNE 14, 2022
R etail ins and outs With closings resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic, restaurant stang challenges and attrition due to expired leases, Market Street plans a slate of new openings this year.
Replacing Cinemark (closed 2021): new entertainment venue (opening in 2022) Replacing Berryhill (closed 2020): Bosscat Kitchen (opening in 2022) Replacing Ann Taylor & Michael Kors (closed 2022): Gucci (opening October) SOURCE: TRADEMARK PROPERTIESCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
JISHNU NAIRCOMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
Market Street navigates retail challengeswith newoerings
BY VANESSA HOLT & JISHNU NAIR
While the center’s management com- pany, Trademark Properties, said it fre- quently changes tenants to maintain a spectrumof oerings, some of the more prominent spaces have changed hands during the pandemic. Among the newest announcements of tenants for the complex are a new entertainment site—which will replace
the Cinemark movie theater that closed Dec. 31—and Bosscat Kitchen, which will replace the Berryhill Baja Grill that closed in 2020. In addition, new retail- ers planned for the fall include Gucci and Nike. “Tenants that weren’t thriving before pandemic, … it was the last straw, and of
In a retail landscape riddled with turnover and stang problems since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020, Market Street ocials have announced new openings for vacancies that have occurred in the past two years, includ- ing a new entertainment venue, retail- ers and high-end restaurants.
Conroe ISD raises employee salaries
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Shenandoahwill use federal funds to extend utilities toward Tamina
Detailing the extension The Tamina Road project will be funded by American Rescue Plan Act funds and includes water and sewer lines.
$713,700 Estimated total cost 60 weeks Estimated time to completion early 2023 Estimated construction start
BY ANDREW CHRISTMAN
Water and sewer services will be extended down Tamina Road in Shenandoah’s extraterritorial jurisdiction in 2023 with city ocials saying this could be the start of expanding services into the neighboring Tamina community, one of the oldest in Montgomery County. The $713,700 project, which will extend an existing water line 1,700 feet and extend an existing sewer line 1,200 feet CONTINUED ON 40
1,700 feet Water extension east to Union Pacic Railroad 1,200 feet Sewer extension east to Easley Road
SOURCES: CITY OF SHENANDOAH, BLEYL ENGINEERING COMMUNITY IMPACT NEWSPAPER
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