Midway Adds New Retailers to 47-Acre Mixed-Use Development in Houston


Midway, which owns the 47-acre CITYCENTRE mixed-use destination in Houston, has announced several new retailers.

HOUSTON — Local developer Midway has signed retail leases with three new tenants at CITYCENTRE, a 47-acre mixed-use destination in Houston that opened in 2010. New retailers include handbag and accessories provider Brahmin, which will open a 1,000-square-foot store; Lubbock-based City Bank, which will occupy 4,000 square feet; and Tiff’s Treats, which has signed a 1,430-square-foot lease. Lilly Golden and Blair Golden of Evergreen Commercial represented Midway in the lease negotiations. Brad Downs of The Auber Group represented Brahmin, and Jonathan Probst with The Retail Connection represented Tiff’s Treats, both of which are slated to open this fall. CITYCENTRE features 350,500 square feet of retail and dining space, 625,000 square feet of Class A office space, 35 brownstone residences, 1,155 upscale apartment and loft units, the 171-room Four Points by Sheraton–CITYCENTRE and 255-room Hotel Sorella CITYCENTRE.

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