Trademark Property Co. has kicked off its multimillion-dollar renovation of The Shops at Highland Village. The project will include upgraded building facades, common area and landscaping improvements, public art, new amenities for adults and children, and new signage throughout the property.
Terry Montesi, CEO of Trademark, said the renovations should dramatically improve the experience and attract both new shoppers and tenants.“We want to ensure that visitors will not only come to shop and dine with us, but stay and enjoy the new amenities, which is why we are investing in these upgrades,” he said.
The renovation is the result of last summer’s design charrette where numerous architects, city representatives, and the onsite management team collaborated to formulate a strategic plan for the property.
The 389,090-square-foot, open-air retail center sits at the corner of FM 2499 and FM 407 in Highland Village. Anchored by an AMC theater, Whole Foods, and Barnes & Noble, it includes 11 restaurants and 60 specialty shops. It’s owned by AEW Capital Management and operated by Trademark.