New year – new look – new location
FORT WORTH, Texas (February 28, 2013) – Trademark Property, the Fort Worth-based retail and mixed-use development, investment and services firm, continues to celebrate twenty years of success, entering its next two decades with a new logo, a new corporate office, and a newly designed website in the final stages of completion.
Trademark Property has incorporated its design integrity and quality into all facets of their new corporate look, from top to bottom. To kick off these exciting changes, the company moved February 4 into their new home located in the River Plaza office building, part of the company’s WestBend mixed-use development in Fort Worth. The new corporate office design reflects Trademarks’ commitment to a collaborative and inclusive approach to business with modern open floor plans, featuring smaller offices with no doors. In addition, a new more digital friendly logo is being introduced along with new website to better reflect Trademarks’ ever-changing and dynamic business.
“The company, and the industry, has weathered several difficult economic cycles over the last 20 years, with Trademark remaining relevant by evolving and adapting to the changing environment,” said Trademark CEO and Founding Partner Terry Montesi. “The business has certainly grown and changed, but we are grateful for the opportunity to continue doing what we love for the last two decades, while positively impacting communities across the country. We believe that in the retail and real estate business, companies and properties must evolve or die, and I’m proud to say we’re still evolving and thriving with a great team of people ready for the new challenges in our future.”
Since incorporating in 1992, the company has built a reputation for working with the highest quality retailers, designers, consultants, investors, lenders and community leaders to create extraordinary retail and mixed-use places across the country, several of them award-winning. Those relationships have helped Trademark invest in, or develop, over 10 million square feet of retail and mixed-use assets worth over $1.25 billion. Featured in the New York Times, Women’s Wear Daily and other publications, the company is known for listening to the community and for being on the leading edge of place making.
“Twenty years has gone by in the blink of an eye,” stated Montesi. “Trademark is grateful to our friends, clients and team members who have helped us achieve our mission to be extraordinary stewards, enhance communities and enrich lives. As we move ahead, we look forward to building on those important partnerships, to make a difference for all our stakeholders.”