Fidelis Realty Partners 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. We strive to create the kind of synergy that all centers need to be successful.
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.
New restaurant SushiBox has arrived in McKinney. SushiBox opened Feb. 19 at 8930 SH 121, Ste. 562, in McKinney Towne Crossing. The restaurant specializes in fresh sushi with rolls, bento boxes, dumplings and other favorite Japanese items. Service will be offered for dine-in and takeout. The restaurant has other locations in Wylie and Rockwall and an upcoming Frisco location. 972-332-8165
HomeGoods is scheduled to open Thursday, 1½ years after the retailer got the keys to the former Office Depot space at the southwest corner of the DeVargas Center.
The pandemic slowed things, and HomeGoods prefers opening stores in spring or fall. Thus a scheduled fall 2020 opening was delayed until March, said Katy Fitzgerald, senior project manager at Fidelis Realty Partners, which owns the downtown Santa Fe mall.
The main HomeGoods sign went up Tuesday, and a secondary exterior sign was installed Wednesday, she said.