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Montgomery retail center gains entrepreneur campus

Chipotle Mexican Grill, a longstanding downtown tenant at The Rice at 909 Texas Ave., has renewed its lease of 3,842 square feet. The fast casual restaurant serves build-your-own burritos, burrito bowls, salads, quesadillas and tacos. Katherine Wildman and Bunny McLeod of Wulfe & Co. represented the landlord.

The Cannon, an entrepreneurship community and startup development company with six locations across Houston and Galveston, opened its latest coworking space at The Park at Fish Creek retail center at 618 Fish Creek Thoroughfare in Montgomery. The 8,100-square-foot space contains 19 private offices, three conference rooms and multiple gathering areas. Members receive access to Cannon Connect, a digital community platform that provides resources and networking to help entrepreneurs and individuals grow their businesses. A grand opening will be held March 29.

3mA Highend Audio leased the free-standing 3,990-square-foot building at 3502 W. Alabama at Edloe. Robert Yang of United Heroes Realty represented the tenant. The landlord, St. Luke’s Methodist Church Foundation, was represented by Mark Kidd Sr. with M Kidd Properties.

The Cannon-Fish Creek campus at 618 Fish Creek Thoroughfare in Montgomery has several open areas for gathering.

The Cannon

A 21,500-square-foot dd’s Discounts store opens in the Copperwood Village Shopping Center, at the southwest corner of Texas 6 and Spencer Road, on Feb. 4. The chain is a division of Ross Stores.

Walmart completed a renovation of its store at 6702 Seawall Blvd. in Galveston. The updates brought a wider selection of apparel, arts and crafts, a custom mural of Galveston inside the store and new digital pricing screens for the automotive, bakery, deli and electronics departments.

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Origin Bank leased 1,860 square feet at 5201 W. 34th St. from Morrow Holding Co. Austen Baldridge and Bob Conwell of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Preston Cunningham of Cunningham Ventures represented the tenant.

Journey’s leased 2,500 square feet in the Grand at Aliana at West Grand Parkway and West Airport Boulevard in Richmond. Josh Friedlander and David Meyers represented the landlord, NewQuest Properties. Jonathan Probst of the Retail Connection represented the tenant.

Marco’s Pizza leased 1,525 square feet at Crescent Park Shopping Center, 13548 Beechnut. Jim Thompson of Resolut RE represented the landlord. Karol Snyder of CYC Commercial represented the tenant.

Conn’s HomePlus, a retailer of appliances, furniture, mattresses and consumer electronics, expanded in Georgia with the opening of a 23,000-square-foot store at 123 Pavilion Park in Fayetteville. The Woodlands-based company now has 168 stores in 15 states.

Main Street Commercial Partners, a Houston-based commercial real estate and development firm founded last year by partners Neal Wade, Scott Gardner and Anderson Smith, announced the completion of a dozen acquisitions since inception. Recent acquisitions include a portion of the former Gulf Greyhound Park in La Marque and a Golden Corral restaurant at 9663 FM 1960 Bypass Road West in Humble. The La Marque site, which has 1,000 feet of frontage on FM 1764, is being marketed as five development sites along with a proposed 20,000 square feet of multi-tenant retail space. Other acquisitions include the Denny’s restaurant on Texas 146 North in Texas City, a storage facility at FM 1093 and Bois D’Arc Lane in Fulshear and a former hardware store in Kingwood.

The company purchases and redevelops shopping centers on behalf of investors and represents tenants including Discount Tire, Frost Bank, Planet Fitness, Brew Coffee and Whataburger Restaurants and landlords such as Gulf Coast Commercial Group of Houston and Crow Holdings of Dallas. It is headquartered at 520 Post Oak Blvd.

“Our forte is leading market knowledge, and we are a patient, risk-calculated crew with strong resources,” Wade said in an announcement. “That combination has served us well in identifying and locking down underutilized, mostly off-market properties with great long-term upside.”

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