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Trademark takes over retail management of Fort Worth’s Left Bank

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Trademark's newest addition to its management portfolio is in its hometown in Forth Worth, Texas.

Trademark Property Company has added a new property in its hometown to its leasing and management portfolio.

Trademark’s new property is the 14,000-sq.-ft retail district at Left Bank, a popular mixed-use community in Fort Worth, Texas’ West 7th Street Urban Village. Located at the intersection of the Central Business District and the Cultural Arts District, Left Bank is Trademark’s seventh property in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex and its 17th property in its national portfolio.

“With its ideal location, access to natural amenities and effective mix of uses, Left Bank is an excellent addition to our portfolio in Fort Worth,” said Nancy San Pedro, senior VP of asset management at Trademark. “We are proud to deepen our roots in our hometown, and we look forward to elevating the outstanding foundation that already exists at Left Bank.”

Left Bank is anchored by the Albertsons-owned and Texas-based grocer Tom Thumb. Other tenants include food and beverage options like Buffalo Wild Wings, Hopdoddy Burger Bar, Nekter Juice Bar and Fireside Pies, as well as fitness studios such as Body Machine Fitness and Club Pilates.

Additionally, Left Bank features more than 900 high-end residential units between Alta Left Bank Lofts and Flats as well as Trinity at Left Bank, though they are not managed by Trademark. Residents can enjoy views of the Trinity River and direct access to the 30-mile Trinity Hike and Bike Trail.

In an interview with Chain Store Age, San Pedro said that Trademark is looking to seek the community’s feedback on what the future of Left Bank will look like, though she said there are currently no plans for any redevelopment. The retail stretch of the complex currently has two vacancies.

“We're looking to increase the marketing and really reach out to the community and see what they're looking for in terms of the two vacancies that exist, and really just doing a deep dive and understanding what they need, not just advertising for lease, but being really specific and thoughtful about that,” she said.

San Pedro hinted that Trademark may look to upgrade the center of the complex with more gathering space, but for now, any new developments at Left Bank are “on pause.”

With its 17 properties nationwide, Trademark has invested in, developed or redeveloped 21 million square feet of mixed-use, multifamily and retail assets worth $4.6 billion.

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