Trademark’s WestBend project moving forward
Fort Worth, Texas Trademark Property Co. said Thursday it has resumed development on its WestBend property in Fort Worth, Texas.
The company announced two tenants for a new 5,159-sq.-ft. building, which broke ground on April 29. Birmingham, Ala.-based Zoe’s Kitchen (3,029 sq. ft.), which currently operates in 11 states, and Denver-based Smashburger (2,130 sq. ft.), which currently operates in 17 states, will both be making their Fort Worth debuts and are scheduled to open this fall.
“We are pleased to be moving ahead with our WestBend development,” said Trademark Property chairman and CEO Terry Montesi. “We had placed the development on hold, waiting for the market to improve. We will further evaluate how things are looking before moving forward with additional construction.”
Casto announces leasing activity
Cincinnati Casto announced Wednesday that it, along with joint-venture partner Investcorp, completed two new retail leases, one with Party City at Tri-County Marketplace and the other with Salon Concepts at King’s Mall.
Both shopping centers are in Cincinnati.
Party City is joining PetSmart and Tree House Kids, and will open an 11,250-sq.-ft. store this fall.
RMC to lease Marina Village
Tampa, Fla. RMC Property Group said it has added Marina Village to its leasing portfolio.
Located in St. Petersburg, Fla., Marina Village is a 61,552-sq.-ft. retail shopping center anchored by Gold’s Gym and Mattress Giant.