Market Street in The Woodlands aims to bring in new businesses

By the end of 2019, Market Street in The Woodlands is looking to bring a total of six new businesses to the area.

Located at 9595 Six Pines Drive, Market Street makes up 375,000 square feet of retail space and is managed by Trademark Property Co.

According to Alicia Whitley with Kaplan Public Relations, new businesses brought into the area include Louis Vuitton, Luxe, The Woodhouse Day Spa and Gina's Tees. Stores Anthony Vice and Madison Reed have been announced to be coming to Market Street in the near future as well.

Market Street underwent eight months of renovations, beginning in 2018 and concluding in April 2019, which focused heavily on the central park area. Renovations included adding in synthetic turf, seating areas, new lighting systems and a water feature.

For more information on Market Street, call 281-419-4774 or click here.


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