3 new restaurants announced for Grand Parkway Marketplace in Spring

Salata features 45 different toppings, including vegetables and fruits.

Salata features 45 different toppings, including vegetables and fruits.

New tenants have been confirmed for Grand Parkway Marketplace I at the intersection of Spring Stuebner and Kuykendahl roads near the Grand Parkway, including Potbelly Sandwich Works, Bath and Body Works and Salata.

Grand Parkway Marketplace I will include 60 stores and will be open by the end of 2017, Kimco Realty President Rob Nadler said.

"We are about 80 percent [leased] in Grand Parkway Marketplace I,” Nadler said. “We anticipate Target to open in the middle of March and junior anchors to open in the middle of March and April.”

Junior anchors include stores such as PetSmart and Michaels.

The most up-to-date list of confirmed tenants for Grand Parkway Marketplace I includes:

Michaels


PetSmart


Burlington Coat Factory


Ross Dress for Less


DSW Designer Shoe Warehouse


T.J. Maxx


Party City


Ulta Beauty


Target


Five Below


Famous Footwear


Carter’s/OshKosh


Nails of America


Orange Theory


National Vision/America’s Best Contacts


Pacific Dental Services


T-Mobile


Potbelly Sandwich Works


The Vitamin Shoppe


Five Guys Burgers and Fries


Amazing Lash Studio


Great Cookie/Marble Slab


Salata


Chipotle


Blaze Pizza


Mattress Firm


Maurices


Bath and Body Works


In October, Community Impact Newspaper reported Kimco Realty was opening a second Grand Parkway Marketplace shopping center at the intersection of Spring Stuebner and Kuykendahl roads near the Grand Parkway. Grand Parkway Marketplace II will include 35-40 stores, with Hobby Lobby and Academy Sports + Outdoors committed to the site as anchors and one more unannounced anchor, Nadler said.

Although the third anchor for Grand Parkway Marketplace II has not been identified, Nadler said the store size could be 50,000 square feet. Additional tenants for Grand Parkway Marketplace II have been confirmed, but Kimco is not ready to announce those stores, Nadler said.
By Julie Butterfield
Julie began freelancing with Community Impact in the summer of 2014. She became a full time reporter for The Woodlands in Oct. 2014. In April 2015 she was promoted to Senior Reporter for The Woodlands. Her coverage area, in additional to The Woodlands, is Shenandoah and Conroe ISD.


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