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Trademark Property Co. is adding to the growing list of tenants opening this year at Waterside, the developer’s 63-acre mixed-use property currently under construction at Bryant Irvin Road and Arborlawn Drive.

The Fort Worth-based developer Monday announced three upcoming openings: Steel City Pops, CycleBar and Aaron Brothers Art & Framing. All are expected to open in 2016.

Other recent openings include REI, Blaze Pizza, Zoë’s Kitchen, Sur La Table and Taco Diner. Openings will continue over the next few months, including Whole Foods Market on Oct. 12, Piattello Italian Kitchen (a new concept by Marcus Paslay, the chef and owner of Clay Pigeon), Tokyo Joes (offering healthy Japanese fare).

“The coming months will be an exciting time at Waterside as we continue to celebrate tenant openings and start to put the finishing touches on property amenities,” said Terry Montesi, CEO, Trademark Property. “Leasing momentum continues as well, and we are pleased with the significant interest we’ve seen from restaurants and retailers who want to be a part of our first ground-up Conscious Place.”

Steel City Pops will open a 677-square-foot store offering craft popsicles made with organic, locally sourced ingredients this fall. Steel City Pops will be one of Waterside’s micro-restaurants. CycleBar is a premium indoor cycling studio. It will open a 2,972-square-foot studio and boutique this fall. Aaron Brothers Art & Framing with one location currently in the Chapel Hill development, will open an 1,800-square-foot store in late 2016.

Waterside is the first ground-up project developed as part of Trademark’s Conscious Place initiative, a stakeholder-driven development model that aims to ensure that its properties are more than just places of commerce, but also places of community and meaning. All aspects of Waterside’s development are being evaluated for their potential to educate, inspire and engage stakeholders; commitment to sustainability; and connection to the local community.

In addition to tenant openings, Phase I at Waterside also will include 383 multi-family units.


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