Location: Fort Worth, Texas
Size: 63-acre mixed-use development, 175,000 sq. ft. to 200,000 sq. ft. of retail space and riverside restaurants, 20 acres of multi-family and townhomes, 200,000 sq. ft. of office space, and a signature hotel site
Owner: Trademark Property Co. Key Tenants: Whole Foods Market, REI, Taco Diner, Zoes Kitchen, Blaze Fire’d Pizza and Sleep Train
Other uses/components: 1 acre of public space, including heritage trees, outdoor public and cafe seating, children and adult recreation areas, along with 1.8 miles of Trinity River frontage
Status: Completion target date is spring 2016
Waterside is a new mixed-use development, anchored by Whole Foods Market, that will be Trademark’s first “Conscious Place” project. It will be a vibrant shopping, leisure, office and residential district that is socially, financially and environmentally sustainable, featuring best-in-class design and materials with an unmatched amenities package.
Planned Conscious Place elements include The Grove, a vibrant public space designed around several heritage trees that will feature micro-restaurants by local entrepreneurs, outdoor seating venues, public art incorporating the site’s history and the re-use of existing assets, a community pavilion, a community promotion shed, and activity areas. Additional Conscious Place elements will include an extension of the Trinity Trails, consisting of a trailhead with a bicycle repair and air station, chilled filtered water for refillable bottles, an internal trail system, canoeing, paddle boarding, kayaking, an urban garden and a riverfront amphitheater.
PLYMOUTH MEETING MALL
Location: Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Size: 948,000 sq. ft.
Key Tenants: Whole Foods Market, Dave & Buster’s, Redstone American Grill, P.F. Chang’s, Benihana, California Pizza Kitchen, Zoes Kitchen, American Eagle Outfitters, Charming Charlie, Express, Gymboree, H&M, J.Crew Factory, Orvis
Other uses/components: Retail and grocery-anchored center, restaurants and entertainment. The project is situated in an optimal location with potential to add additional uses. Status: Redevelopment completed in 2009, next phase of renovation TBD.
PREIT is currently preparing Plymouth Meeting Mall for repositioning of the property that will focus on adding lifestyle amenities, additional uses and upgraded retail offerings for the surrounding community it serves. The center is located prominently at the intersection of four of Philadelphia’s most heavily trafficked highways within a well-established trade area with strong demographics. Already a thriving mixed-use center, Plymouth Meeting Mall is anchored by Whole Foods Market; Dave & Busters; Mercy Health System, a two-level ambulatory health and wellness facility; as well as fine-dining options, such as Redstone American Grill, P.F. Chang’s and an AMC Theatre that is currently undergoing a $6 million upgrade. Plymouth Meeting Mall is poised to welcome a host of new tenants spanning a variety of uses that complement the vibrancy of this mixed-use center.
POWER & LIGHT DISTRICT
Location: Kansas City, Missouri
Size: Nine city blocks, 600,000 sq. ft.
Owner: The Cordish Companies
Key Tenants: Jos. A. Bank, Zafar Salon, Spa & Boutique, Envolve Boutique, The Garment District KC, Cosentino’s Downtown Market, Yard House, Alamo Drafthouse, Howl at the Moon and more
Other uses/components: 50-plus restaurants, retail and entertainment venues and Kansas City Live!, along with four planned luxury high-rise apartment buildings
Status: District is complete with the exception of residential towers. The first residential tower will be opening in November 2015.
The Kansas City Power & Light District is a dynamic eight-city-block retail, entertainment, office and residential district located in the heart of downtown Kansas City and directly adjacent to the 21,000-seat Sprint Center Arena. A major component of the Power & Light District is Kansas City Live!, a one-block open-air public events plaza that is animated by an eclectic mix of 15 restaurant and entertainment venues. The $850 million district is the largest and most exciting development in the midwestern United States and was the recipient of the Urban Land Institute Award of Excellence in 2009. Since its redevelopment, the Power & Light District has become a source of tremendous community pride and resulted in the wholesale positive change in perceptions regarding downtown Kansas City within the city, the state and the country. The Power & Light District continues to serve as an important catalyst for the further revitalization of downtown Kansas City.