Fitness studios StretchLab, Row House will launch at Two Lakes Edge in Hughes Landing this spring

Two Lakes Edge's residential and retail spaces are expected to open at Hughes Landing in The Woodlands this spring. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corp.)
Two Lakes Edge's residential and retail spaces are expected to open at Hughes Landing in The Woodlands this spring. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corp.)

Two Lakes Edge's residential and retail spaces are expected to open at Hughes Landing in The Woodlands this spring. (Courtesy The Howard Hughes Corp.)

A pair of specialized fitness studios will be the first tenants to occupy retail space in the Two Lakes Edge luxury residential complex this spring, The Howard Hughes Corp. announced Jan. 21. The tenants, StretchLab and Row House, will open on the ground level of the 386-unit luxury multifamily development at Hughes Landing in The Woodlands.

“We are excited to announce the early activity of tenant additions to the ground level retail at the new Two Lakes Edge in Hughes Landing, which is one of the most prominent mixed-use developments in the South,” said Rip Reynolds, Howard Hughes' vice president of leasing and commercial land, in a statement. “These national-brand businesses will offer convenient health and wellness options for our residents, office users and visitors - all within the beautiful, walkable setting of Hughes Landing.”


StretchLab will occupy a 1,519-square-foot space at the new development, while Row House will take up 2,197 square feet. StretchLab offers customizable stretching routines for clients interested in improving sports performance, flexibility, posture and relaxation, while Row House offers resistance- and rhythm-based rowing courses.

According to Howard Hughes, Two Lakes Edge includes a total of 11,000 square feet of ground-level retail space to be filled by additional retail and dining tenants in the future. The development is located on the shore of Lake Woodlands, at the northwest corner of Hughes Landing Boulevard and Lake Woodlands Drive. www.stretchlab.com. www.therowhouse.com
By Ben Thompson
Ben joined Community Impact Newspaper in January 2019 and is a reporter for The Woodlands edition.


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