DALLAS (June 01, 2015) – Trademark Property Co., the operating partner for The Shops at Highland Village, announces the start of construction on its multi-million dollar renovation of the 352,000-square-foot shopping center. Enhancements include: upgraded building exteriors, common area improvements, improved landscaping, new amenities for adults and children, and new signage throughout the property.
“We are very pleased to have the construction begin on the improvements to The Shops at Highland Village. We want to make the shopping center more enticing to guests so they will not only come to shop and dine with us, but stay, which is why Trademark is investing in these upgrades. By doing this, we’re going to attract new shoppers and tenants to Highland Village,” said Terry Montesi, CEO of Trademark. “Trademark is committed to enhancing shopper’s experiences and add value to the surrounding community.”
Trademark’s extensive design charrette, conducted last summer at The Shops at Highland Village, was attended by numerous architects, place makers, and the onsite management team to collaborate and formulate a strategic plan and direction for the property. The plan will evolve the property and give the community a best-in-class shopping, dining, and entertainment experience.
“Our guests and merchants will be thrilled with the make-over,” said Kelly Smith, Marketing Director for The Shops at Highland Village. “With the improvements to The Shops at Highland Village, we will be able to offer a more inviting community area for events and other key amenities that everyone will appreciate and enjoy. It will be an amazing evolution, thanks to Trademark.”
To learn more about the improvements, please visit The Shops at Highland Village’s website or follow them on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest for the latest updates and events at the shopping center.
Located at 1701 Shoal Creek on the corner of FM 2499 and FM 407 in Highland Village, Texas, The Shops at Highland Village is a 352,000 square foot lifestyle shopping center serving South Denton County. Anchored by AMC Highland Village 12, Whole Foods Market and Barnes & Noble Booksellers, the open-air pedestrian-friendly center includes 11 restaurants and 60 specialty shops including Banana Republic, White House Black Market, Chico’s and Jos. A. Bank. The center is owned by AEW Capital Management and operated by Trademark Property Company.