VIP Tinters Plus Bedliners

VIP Tinters Plus Bedliners, LLC has leased 50,000 SF at 3901 FM 1485 for spray coating of automotive accessories, audio systems and drill rig equipment. 3901 FM 1485 was represented by Ross Foldetta and Jeff Swearingen at Foldetta Commercial.

Forbes 2019 Predictions For Houston’s Commercial Real Estate Market

More attention to the human factor in building use and design. A blurring of functions between some market segments. Yet more demand for connectivity, walkability and integrated systems. Amenities proliferation and rampant e-commerce. Throw in the wild card of wiggy oil prices and you have some of what’s predicted for Houston’s 2019 real estate market, based on a series of year-end real estate outlook presentations, industry panels and an informal poll of participants. There’s momentum, they said. And there are challenges.

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Randall Feuer, MDPA

Randall Feuer, MDPA has leased 1,120 SF at 21301 Kuykendahl Road, Suite H in Spring, Texas for general practice specializing in chronic disease patients. 21301 Kuykendahl was represented by Ross Foldetta and Jeff Swearingen at Foldetta Commercial.

Definitive Interventional Spine Center

Definitive Interventional Spine Center, LLC has leased 4,000 SF for a Pain Management Center specializing in the diagnosis and therapeutic treatment of neck and back pain. Located at 21301 Kuykendahl Road, Unit A in Spring, Texas. 21301 Kuykendahl was represented by Ross Foldetta and Jeff Swearingen at Foldetta Commercial.

Malls Offering More Are Alive and Thriving

The news could seem bad when you consider that U.S. mall vacancy rates through the first quarter of 2018 were at the highest level since the end of 2012. E-commerce is projected to account for a third of retail sales by 2030, according to a new report from global management consulting firm A. T. Kearney. Warren Buffet believes that Amazon has killed retail.But retail doubters have a lot in store for them. It’s very fashionable to say that malls are dying, but it’s simply not true. Future success depends to a large degree on being able to “unlearn” the lessons of the past. The way to find that “never-looked-better” future for malls, is to reimagine malls and shopping centers as what are now called CESs, or “Consumer Engagement Spaces”, new retail configurations that cater to what today’s consumers really want, which aren’t just “things”. Morphing malls into CESs is imperative for life. Smart, forward-thinking developers like those in The Woodlands understand this vital concept. They are betting big in retail because they are thinking big. Thinking of, and creating innovative and immersive experiences that are expanding retail off the shelves. They are turning malls into exciting destinations, not just shopping destinations. Vibrant, exciting adventures that allow customers to shop, dine and play, all in the same spot. Evolving, growing and changing things up, The Woodlands is transforming adversity into long-term, profitable opportunity, creating an ongoing stream of ready-to-spend foot traffic. Both local, and tourist.

As Kevin Costner touted in the baseball classic, Field of Dreams

“If you build it, they will come.”

To find out more about retail opportunities like those in The Woodlands, call the experts at Foldetta Commercial at (281) 466-2880. It’s just smart business.