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Retail wrap: Bonchon, Cavender’s, Torchy’s Tacos, Tommy Bahama Home expand in Houston

Bonchon, a global chain specializing in Korean fried chicken, opened a 4,163-square-foot restaurant in Central Square Midtown, at 2100 Travis St. It is the fourth restaurant in the Houston area for Bonchon, which has grown to more than 100 locations in the U.S. since 2006. Others are in Katy, Pearland and Sugar Land. Juliet Garcia of Claremont Property Co. represented the landlord.

Cavender’s, a family-owned Western and workwear retailer based in Tyler, purchased 1.75 acres in Village Crossing – Rosenberg as the site of a Cavender’s Boot City. Jennifer Raymond of JPR Commercial Real Estate represented the seller, Village Crossing LLC. Sharon Biles of Sabre Properties represented the buyer. The deal marks the first project in the planned mixed-use development on U.S. 59, between Reading Road and FM 2218, according to Raymond.

Torchy’s Tacos, an Austin-based chain with 18 area locations, is expanding in the Houston market. The company leased spaces to open at 11327 Current Lane in Stafford in the spring, and at 4818 Waterview Town Center Drive in the Aliana community in Richmond in the summer.

Humana Marketpoint leased 5,362 square feet in Shops at Spring Town Center, at FM 2920 and Kuykendahl Road, Spring, from NewQuest Properties. Andrew Alvis and Kevin Sims of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Bill Wong of Orange Commercial and Yvette Berry of Cushman & Wakefield represented the tenant.

Tommy Bahama Home opened a 10,000-square-foot store at Market Street The Woodlands. The shop, selling indoor and outdoor home furnishings and home décor, is the third home store for the brand. Market Street is a joint venture of Trademark Property Co. and Institutional Mall Investors.

Bank of America leased a 1.29-acre parcel in Grand Morton Town Center, a project of NewQuest Properties at the the Grand Parkway and Morton Ranch Road in Katy. The bank has broken ground on a 4,160-square-foot banking center with two drive-thru lanes. Completion is planned in May. Josh Friedlander and Rebecca Le of NewQuest Properties represented the landlord. Elizabeth Clampitt and Ashley Shagets of JLL represented the tenant.

SynergenX leased 3,054 square feet at the Baybrook Passage Shopping Center at Interstate 45 and Bay Area Boulevard in Webster. Brady Wright and John Pope of Pope Corp. represented the tenant. Elise Weatherall of Wulfe & Co. represented the landlord.

Go Easy, a Dallas-based self-care shop owned by Molly Mathias, is expanding to Houston with a location in M-K-T Heights this summer, the company announced. Go Easy will sell skincare, CBD, sexual wellness products, luxury smoking accessories, postpartum products and more from it shop in Building 1 at 600 N. Shepherd Drive.

Garden of Black Honey Spa leased 2,652 square feet at 6959 Harwin Drive for five years. Kat Morrison represented the landlord, Hartman Income REIT.

Terra Prima purchased a 2,500-square-foot building leased to AT&T in the Grid development at 12499 Southwest Freeway in Stafford. Chace Henke and Ryan Holliday of Edge Capital Markets represented the seller, Stafford B1&D LP.

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