Fidelis was formed in 2003 to own, develop, and manage mid- to large-scale Class A shopping centers, typically anchored by leading grocers and national retailers. The scale of these anchor merchants provides smaller retailers with maximum market exposure, frequent and repetitive foot traffic, and the kind of drawing power that only well-known, brand-name retailers can create. Fidelis also owns and manages a variety of local neighborhood centers that are convenient and crucial to the communities they serve.
We recognize the importance of a diverse merchant mix, as well as the quantity and quality of shoppers needed for business success in any given area. Therefore, we recently added specialists and experts in healthcare and multifamily development, redevelopment, acquisition, and ownership. We believe these two areas work complementarily and synergistically with our retail property creation and ownership operations. Both healthcare and multifamily benefit from the convenient locations and amenities we create in our retail properties. It is a natural evolution to our business model and mutually beneficial to all three property types. This dynamic combination will produce mutual benefits for our tenants, residents, customers, patients, and communities.
In addition to VAPS, we know that finding the right location, at the right size, with the right tenant mix is critical. Fidelis has a wide variety of centers and we can help you find the right location for your business. Call one of our Leasing Agents at 713-623-6800 or simply click the map to get started.
Houston-based Fidelis Realty Partners acquired Shadow Creek Ranch, a 613,468-square-foot, H-E-B-anchored retail center at 2805 Business Center Drive in Pearland’s Shadow Ranch community.
Ryan West, Chris Gerard, Barry Brown, Wendy Vandeventer and Katherine Miller of JLL represented the seller, Edens. The property is 97.7-percent leased. Tenants include Academy, Ashley HomeStore, Burlington, Dynamic Fitness, Hobby Lobby, Subway, Club Pilates, Men’s Wearhouse, Pure Barre and Salata. The sale includes 11 freestanding parcels leased to tenants such as Taco Cabana, Frost Bank and Longhorn Steakhouse. JLL will also arrange post acquisition financing.
Last weekend, as part of my new “One City, One Baytown” series, I previewed the results of our 2021 Community Survey and the City’s current position on the relocation of the USS Texas battleship. I intend to use this space to deliver my thoughts on several of the hot topic issues that we face together as a city. This week, I’d like to share a little history and my perspective of the future of the San Jacinto Mall, a subject that is very near and dear to those who remember the mall to be the primary shopping destination in Baytown.