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May 03 , 2010

Great Clients | Great Partners


By The Retail Connection
Spring 2010
 
Pinkberry

Pinkberry is home to Swirly Goodness, the premium frozen yogurt that reinvented the US frozen yogurt category in West Hollywood, CA in January 2005. The tart, frozen dessert has a groupie-like customer base who keep up with one another in blogs and tweets. The company acknowledges its cult-like following by maintaining a "groupie corner" on its website. Pinkberry’s great tasting products are made fresh with the highest quality ingredients and Pinkberry’s signature tang.

buybuyBaby

buybuy Baby is a store that caters to those wanting to buy all the various things young children need. From having a gift registry for new parents to a complimentary feeding room for nursing mothers, buybuy Baby has an uncompromising selection of products focused on the needs of not only the new parents, but those wanting to help them to get a great start on outfitting their newest addition.

EyeMaster s

TRC is excited to announce Eyemasters as one of the newest members of the TRC retail family. Boasting hundreds of stores in several states across the country, EyeMasters is one of the most respected names in eyewear. Their stores provide a wide selection of designer frames, contacts and kids’ eyeglasses and have affordable packages to service most any need.

Dollar General

Dol lar General is a chain of mor e than 8,700 discount stores in 35 states, of fer ing ever ything f rom cleaning suppl ies, heal th and beaut y aids, to apparel and food. Shopper s tout excel lent stores and great merchandising of value i tems, and most impor tant , helpful and at tent ive ser vice.

Charming Charlie

Charming Charlie is a unique women’s fashion accessory boutique that offers an overwhelming selection of fashion jewelry, handbags, and more, all organized by color. Congratulations to Charming Charlie for having been selected as Hot Retailer of the Year by the International Council of Shopping Centers.

PROJECT LEASING

The Sears Portfolio:

TRC has been awarded a multi-state portfolio assignment from Sears to help re-energize their stores. In an effort to make its chain of department stores more productive, Sears is offering ‘operating opportunities’ for in-store shops. Sears has requested the assistance of TRC to find complimentary retailers to lease space in their stores and ultimately drive new customers into Sears. These are "strategic partnerships to creatively reuse nontraditional space for specialty marketing opportunities." The Sears project is a team effort lead by Steve Lieberman and supported by; David Fazio, Jim Weir, Chris Thomas, David Stukalin, Hunter Stansbury, Doug Lacy, Jordan Cluff, and Jack Weir.

The Global Portfolio | Houston:

The TRC Houston team secured a 13 property, 1.4 M square foot portfolio of mainly grocery anchored shopping centers in the Houston area. Jonathon Probst has been leading the effort in the leasing of the centers under David Stukalin’s direction.

The West 7th Project in Fort Worth

With its educated, interested and culture-sensitive consumer market and its mixed-use composition, West 7th is an impactful urban destination on a grand scale. A bustling center of commerce and active lifestyles with the contemporary appeal of stone, stucco, steel and glass, West 7th is environmentally balanced with inviting public spaces, friendly walkways and boulevards and lush landscaping.

An equal mix of entertainment, fashion and dining is designed to complement and enhance existing area retail, and to capitalize on the surrounding housing and office development. The design reflects the way the market relates to its residents, visitors, hotel guests, students and office professionals as the centerpiece of Fort Worth’s Cultural District.

West 7th is a high profile mixed use project with 315,000 SF [Retail]; 240,000 SF [Office]; 345 m u l t i - f a m i l y units; 20 condo units located in a highly desired area of Ft. Worth. The project was developed by Cypress Equities and the TRC leasing team is led by Chris Thomas and David Thomas.

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