CONROE, TX – March 28, 2023 –Recently debuted The Grove at Harper’s Preserve retail development in Conroe is quickly growing its tenant roster. The 21,500 square-foot, multi-use project at 9662 TX-242 was unveiled in late 2022 in tandem Dutch Bros. Coffee, which occupies one of the center’s two pad sites. AT&T and Freebirds World Burrito are now newly open and were joined earlier this month by Jersey Mike’s Subs, plus the second Texas location of California-based Cookie Co., a retail offering specializing in fresh, house-made gourmet treats.
Houston-based and fully-integrated commercial real estate firm Gulf Coast Commercial Group built the center and oversees management, while Main Street Commercial Partners guides leasing efforts.
Mayweather Boxing + Fitness, Thrive Massage, Pet Supplies Plus and Heartland Dental are fresh additions to the tenant roster.
A best-in-class group fitness experience that combines immersive training with tight-knit communities, Mayweather Boxing + Fitness was founded in 2018 by undefeated world boxing champion Floyd Mayweather, together with partners Burrel Wilks and James Williams. The Conroe gym, which will provide an inclusive, high-intensity fitness experience developed by the champ himself, will occupy 2,300 square feet at The Grove and is expected to open this summer. Franchisee Danrich Fitness LLC was represented by Ryan Chandler of The Retail Connection, while Anderson Smith & Brett Levinson of Main Street Commercial Partners represented the landlord.
Thrive Massage is also slated to open this summer and will offer gait analysis, neck pain therapy and chiropractic adjustments in a 2,380-square-foot space leased by Anderson Smith and Brett Levinson of Main Street Commercial Partners. Thrive’s doctors and doctor trained therapists aim to restore the body’s natural balance, flexibility and range of motion so clients and patients can enjoy everyday activities without pain and discomfort.
Offering a wide assortment of natural pet foods, goods and services, popular neighborhood pet store chain Pet Supplies Plus, the largest independent pet franchise in North America with over 640 stores in 41 states, has leased 6,000 square feet at The Grove. Anderson Smith and Brett Levinson of Main Street Commercial Partners represented the landlord, and the tenant was represented by Lunden McGill at Baker Katz.
Heartland Dental is in the planning stages for a 4,200-square-foot, free standing building that will occupy the second pad site at The Grove at Harper’s Preserve and are expecting to welcome patients before year’s end. Anderson Smith and Brett Levinson of Main Street Commercial Partners represented the landlord, and Shireen Owlia of NewQuest Properties represented the tenant in leasing the 0.969-acre property.
The AT&T store occupies an 1,800-square-foot in-line space, while Freebirds World Burrito spans a 2,500-square-foot endcap with drive thru. Jersey Mike’s Subs now makes its home in a 1,407-square-foot in-line space, and Cookie Co. occupies 1,200 square feet. The first Texas location of acclaimed, Miami-based fast casual burger and kebab concept Pincho will open later this year in 2,403-square-foot endcap space.
Designed in a transitional style by Identity Architects, the retail center incorporates varying elevations and a façade incorporating stucco, stone and metal elements. The prime, four-acre property is located on the southwest quadrant of State Highway 242 and Harper’s Trace at the East Village gateway to the fast-growing, 880-acre Harper’s Preserve master-planned community. It is adjacent to a CVS and across Harper’s Trace from H-E-B anchored The Market at Harper’s Preserve.
Founded in 1999, Gulf Coast Commercial Group and its affiliates have overseen the development of more than eight million square feet of retail space in twelve states. While traditionally focused on suburban-style endeavors in Houston, the company is enhancing its portfolio with urban infill projects such as Lower Heights District and The Common in the Oak Forest area.
To read the article published in the Realty News Report, click here
To read the article published in the Houston Chronicle, click here
To read the article published in the Rebusiness Online, click here
To read the article published in the Bisnow, click here
To read the article published in the Shopping Center Business, click here
To read the article published in the Houston Press, click here