Market Street – The Woodlands, a center at 9595 Six Pines owned by a venture of Trademark Property Co. and Institutional Mall Investors, is getting an infusion of new tenants in the coming months. Opening in September are Peloton, a fitness company, and Pressed Juicery, which will be next to the new Sweetgreen salad restaurant. Sunglass Hut relocated to a renovated space in August. Several tenants will open this winter, including El Tiempo Cantina and Herman Miller, a furniture retailer. Mastro’s Ocean Club, a restaurant with steak and seafood selections, will open in the former Grotto space. Chanel Fragrance and Beauty Boutique will open next to Tory Burch. Lululemon will nearly double the size of its current store when it relocates next to Tiffany & Co. in November. Other additions at Market Street this year include Tommy Bahama Home and Fabletics.
Ray-Ban, a global eyewear brand of Luxottica Group, is opening a store at M-K-T, in Building 4 near the Heights Hike and Bike Trail. M-K-T, at 600 N. Shepherd, is a development of Triten Real Estate Partners, Radom Capital and Long Wharf Capital.