Tanger Outlets Houston, a 353,000 square foot shopping center with more than 65 stores at 5885 Gulf Freeway in Texas City, has added several small women-owned and minority-owned businesses to its tenant lineup. Lex & Mae Southern Yankee, a local store owned and operated by women selling t-shirts, clothing and graphic accessories, occupies 3,200 square feet. Brands Hana, a minority-owned store selling women’s clothing, underwear, formal wear, swimwear and shoes in a range of sizes, occupies 2,706 square feet next to Express. S + S Sweet Spot, a women-owned business, has 3,242 square feet for arcade games, birthday parties and candy. E&A Outlaws Western Wear, a family-owned and minority store specializing in handmade western boots and accessories, leased a 1,708 square foot boutique. CKD golf carts, a women-owned company specializing in golf cart accessories, occupies 3,500 square feet. Aim on the target, a minority-owned venue for shooting air guns at targets for a chance to win prizes, has 3,000 square feet of space next to Chico’s.
Beyond investments, a local investor, purchased Briar Forest Plaza, an 11,981 square foot fully leased shopping center located at 13346 Briar Forest Drive in the Energy Corridor. David Luther and Dakota Workman of NewQuest Properties represented the buyer. Kelley Workman of NewQuest represented the local seller, F6 Properties. Tenants include Russo’s New York Pizzeria and Tulipo Nails.