12 tenants to open at Fairfield Town Center in February

12 tenants will open at the Fairfield Town Center in February, including Sally Beauty Supply and MOD Pizza.

12 tenants will open at the Fairfield Town Center in February, including Sally Beauty Supply and MOD Pizza.

Developers have announced 12 new tenants to open in the Fairfield Town Center in February, including national retailers, restaurants and personal service providers.

The following businesses are officially set to open next month.

The 600,000-square-foot Fairfield Town Center is located along Hwy. 290 near the Fairfield master-planned community and the Houston Premium Outlets. The project is being developed by Washington Prime Group.

Paul Ajdaharian, executive vice president of community/lifestyle centers with Washington Prime, said another batch of tenants are expected to open in March, including the following:

The announcement of new tenants comes after a series of openings at the center in December, including Marshalls/Homegoods, Old Navy and Party City. Ajdaharian said initial interest in the new businesses has been strong.

"Without exception, tenants to have opened so far have reported sales that are above what they planned," he said. "The best thing the trade area can do [to help us attract other businesses] is support the project because that shows the loyalty tenants are looking for. So far, the Cypress trade area has proven to be very loyal."

A construction timeline and proposed tenants for Phase 2 of the Fairfield Town Center—which will be constructed to the immediate west of Phase 1—have not been announced, but Ajdaharian said he hopes to be able to release details soon.

Editor’s Note: This is the third story in a 3-part series on retail development in Cy-Fair. To learn more, see the January issue of Community Impact Newspaper Cy-Fair, in mailboxes and online starting Saturday, Jan. 21. Part 1 can be found here. Part 2 can be found here.
By Shawn Arrajj
Shawn Arrajj serves as the editor of the Cy-Fair edition of Community Impact Newspaper where he covers the Cy-Fair and Jersey Village communities. He mainly writes about development, transportation and issues in Harris County.