The Vintage Marketplace shopping center on Louetta Road, which is anchored by a Whole Foods grocery store, is now fully leased, said Read-King commercial real estate broker Jeanie Gibbs.
The complex already includes businesses such as a Hand and Stone Spa and an Orangetheory Fitness center, and restaurants such as Torchy’s Tacos, MOD Pizza and Halal Guys.
Coming this year to Vintage Marketplace are:
The Melt, a California-based restaurant, will open at 10111 Louetta Road, Houston, in March. It will be the second Greater Houston area location for The Melt, which serves grilled cheese sandwiches, cheeseburgers, macaroni and cheese, chicken sandwiches, salads and tomato soup. www.themelt.com
A Yogurtland shop will open at 10115 Louetta Road, Houston, in March. The self-serve frozen-yogurt store offers a variety of customizable yogurt flavors and toppings as well as sorbet, dairy-free and gluten-free varieties.www.yogurt-land.com
U-Maki Sushi burrito will open in the second quarter of the year. The restaurant will allow customers to pick sushi fillings such as fish, rice and vegetables, which is served in a burrito-style wrap, Gibbs said.
Ruggles Green will open in the third quarter of the year. Ruggles has five Houston-area locations, and the Vintage Marketplace restaurant will have an organic, health food concept, Gibbs said. www.rugglesgreen.com
The Poke Bar will open in the second quarter, featuring the popular Hawaiian poke-style raw fish salad.