Almost a year ago, luxury shopping center Uptown Park began renovations to the property. Recently, this renovation came to a close and included a few new and exciting retailers and restaurants. The changes made Uptown Park even more of a top destination for visitors and locals; with updated walkways, brightened exteriors and modern communal spaces. This is all thanks to real-estate developer, EDENS.
We know Uptown Park serves as a hub for the best shopping and dining available in Houston and the redevelopment completion creates a vibrant and better-connected environment for our community,
Tom Kiler, Managing Director of EDENS
New retailers include Ethan Allen, who will be moving from their current Galleria location to Uptown Park. The new Design Center will offer clients a modern and unique shopping experience through 3-D planning platforms. Revolution Studio, a locally owned fitness studio will open their 4th Houston location and will be offering yoga, cycle, and strength classes. William-Sonoma company Rejuvenation opened its first Texas location in Uptown Park this past November. Rejuvenation specializes in classic American lighting, furniture, hardware, and décor.
The dining lineup at Uptown Park is also growing. Nashville based restaurant J.Alexander’s will be opening later this year, serving American classics. Mendocino Farms, a Southern California-based premium fast-casual concept, is expanding outside of California for the first time and doing so with 4 locations in Houston. The chef-driven sandwich and salad restaurant will be opening this summer.
Make sure to explore everything Uptown Park has to offer!
All Photos Courtesy of EDENS