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Old 02-18-2016, 01:27 PM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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wow Houston is on a roll here.
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Old 02-18-2016, 03:40 PM
 
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Oddly, modern furniture brand, Design Within Reach, is now listed as opening at Dallas' Northpark Center in the space previously held by Ralph Lauren in the luxury corridor. Not my first choice given the surrounding stores target audience, and the fact that there is a Design Within Reach already on Knox/Henderson. But we will see...
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Old 02-21-2016, 11:50 PM
 
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As of January 29, 2016
Texas Exclusives are bolded.
Proper city limits of Dallas and Houston only.


Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Dallas

Highland Park Village:
-Akris
-Alexander McQueen
-Alice + Olivia
-Anne Fontaine
-Balenciaga
-Bandier
-Billy Reid
-Bluemercury
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Carolina Herrera
-Céline
-Chanel
-Christian Dior
-Christian Louboutin
-Cole Haan
-Diane Von Furstenberg
-Dior Beauty

-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Escada
-Etro
-Filson
-Five and Ten
-Frédéric Fekkai

-Giuseppe Zanotti
-Hadleigh’s
-Harry Winston
-Hermes of Paris
-JamesPerse
-Jimmy Choo
-LAFCO New York
-Leggiadro
-Lela Rose
-Loro Piana
-Madison
-Rag & Bone

-Ralph Lauren
-Robert Talbott
-Roberta Roller Rabbit
-Saint Laurent Paris
-Scoop NYC
-Shinola
-St. John
-Stella McCartney
-Tom Ford
-Tory Burch
-Trina Turk
-Vince

NorthPark Center:
-Adriano Goldschmied
-Agent Provocateur

-Bottega Veneta
-Bulgari
-Burberry
-Canali----------------------(Opening Spring 2016)
-Cartier---------------(Rumored to be moving to HP Village (according to Papercity Mag.))
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-Diesel
-Diptyque-----------------(Opening Spring 2016)
-Eileen Fisher
-Eiseman Jewels
-Elie Tahari
-Frye Company

-Gucci
-Gregory's (Original Flagship)
-Helen Ficalora
-Henri Bendel
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss
-Intermix
-John Varvatos------------------(Opening Fall 2016)
-Kate Spade New York
-Kit + Ace------------------------(Opening Fall 2017)
-Lacoste
-Longchamp------------------(Opening Spring 2016)
-Louis Vuitton
-Michael Kors
-Montblanc
-Mulberry
-Neiman Marcus
-Nordstrom
-Officine Panerai
-Omega
-POLO Ralph Lauren
-Robert Graham
-Roberto Cavalli
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Ted Baker London
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tory Burch
-Tourbillon
-Tumi
-Valentino
-Versace
-Wolford

Galleria Dallas:
-Bachendorf's
-Gucci
-Louis Vuitton
-Michael Kors
-Nordstrom
-Thomas Pink
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tourneau
-Tous

Knox-Henderson/Routh St.:
-Ann Mashburn/Sid Mashburn
-Bonobos
-Forty Five Ten---------------(Moving Downtown Fall 2016)
-Kate Spade New York
-Kit + Ace
-Steven Alan
-Warby Parker


Snider Plaza:
-Warren Barron Bridal

Plaza at Preston Center/Inwood Village/Preston Rd.:
-Bachendorf's
-de Boulle Diamond & Jewelry
-Pockets Menswear
-Tootsies
-YLang 23

Downtown/Uptown/West Village:
-Alton Lane
-Edo Popken

-Neiman Marcus Flagship (Original)
-Stanley Korshak
-Taschen
-TENOVERSIX
-TRAFFIC LA
-TRAFFICA DSQUARED2 Pop-Up

-Suitsupply (Flagship Store)
-V.O.D.



Stores looking to enter the Dallas area:
-(Rumored) Fendi
-(Rumored) Marc Jacobs
-(Rumored) Perrin Paris
-(Rumored) Prada




Upscale/Luxury Shopping in Houston:

The Galleria:
-Baccarat
-Bally

-Bottega Veneta
-Bulgari
-Burberry
-Céline-------------------------(Opening 2016)
-Chanel
-CH Carolina Herrera
-Christian Louboutin----------------(Opening Fall 2016)
-Christofle
-Cole Haan
-David Yurman
-De Beers
-Ermenegildo Zegna
-Fendi
-Giorgio Armani

-Gregory's
-Gucci
-Henri Bendel
-Hublot
-Hugo Boss
-Jimmy Choo
-John Varvatos
-Kate Spade New York
-Lacoste
-La Perla
-L.K. Bennett

-Louis Vuitton
-MaxMara
-MCM

-Michael Kors
-Miu Miu
-Montblanc
-Neiman Marcus
-Nordstrom
-Omega
-Paul & Shark-------------------(Opening Soon)
-POLO Ralph Lauren
-Porsche Design
-Prada

-Ralph Lauren
-Robert Graham
-Rolex
-Saint Laurent Paris-----------(Under Renovations-Temp store on 2nd level)
-Saks Fifth Avenue--------------(New Store Spring 2016)
-Salvatore Ferragamo
-St. John
-Stuart Weitzman
-Tag Heuer
-Tiffany & Co.
-Tod's
-Tory Burch
-Tourbillon
-Tourneau
-Tous
-Trina Turk
-Valentino
-Versace
-The Webster
-Wolford

Highland Village Houston:
-Cole Haan
-Kate Spade New York
-Lucchese Boots

BLVD Place/Rice Village:
-Bluemercury-------------(Opening Soon)
-Elaine Turner (Flagship)
-Kit + Ace
-Suitsupply


Riveroaks District/West Ave.:
-Akris---------------(Opening Early 2016)
-Anne Fontaine----------------(Opening Early 2016)
-Baanou
-Billy Reid
-Bonobos
-Brunello Cucinelli
-Canali
-Cartier
-Chopard
-Christian Dior
-COS
-Diptyque
-Dolce & Gabbana
-Etro
-Giuseppe Zanotti
-Harry Winston--------------------(Opening Soon)
-Hermes of Paris
-Intermix
-John Lobb
-Kiton
-Moncler
-NARS
-------------------(Opening Soon)
-Patek Philippe at deBoulle
-Roberta Roller Rabbit-----------------(Opening Soon)
-Roberto Cavalli
-Stella McCartney
-Tootsie's (Original Flagship)
-Tom Ford
-Van Cleef & Arpels
-Vilebrequin

-Vince


Stores looking to enter the Houston area:
-Alice + Olivia----------------(Opening May 2016 location unknown)
-(Rumored) Diane Von Furstenberg
-(Rumored) Warby Parker
Sid and Ann Mashburn opened up in Houston in 2014 in the Lamar River Oaks Shopping Center.
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Old 03-01-2016, 08:32 PM
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Canali NorthPark Center is now open:

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Photos from NorthPark Center's Facebook page.

Last edited by RonnieinDallas; 03-02-2016 at 06:33 PM.. Reason: If you didn't take the pic, then only post a link
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Old 03-02-2016, 06:03 PM
 
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Default Other luxury retail based outside the core urban areas

I would like to post a list of luxury retail based in the areas outside of the urban cores of Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. As of today, I know of only two luxury stores in the outer reaches of the Dallas area:

Plano: Neiman Marcus Department Store (Shops at Willow Bend)
Fort Worth: Neiman Marcus Department Store (this store is in the process of moving from Rigmar mall to a new location in the Clearfork development)

The Woodlands area also has some luxury stores. In my opinion, it is going to develop into a big time competitor to the Houston Galleria in Uptown. This area should get a Neiman Marcus department store in the near future. After all, it is closer in proximity to IAH than is the Houston Galleria. As the Houston Galleria isn't going anywhere, this isn't going to bode well for the new River Oaks District shopping center.

Again, this is just my opinion.

Southlake is in a similar situation to the Woodlands. I could see a few luxury stores developing in this area as well. I don't know is ritzy and extensive enough to support a Neiman Marcus department store though.

The developer of the huge West Legacy project in Plano believes that luxury retail will be attracted to his development eventually. He doesn't envision it happening originally, but as second generation sometime in the future. I think he is crazy. Just look at the Shops at Willow Bend and the Galleria Dallas the way both got their butts kicked by the long established luxury stores in the inner urban core of Dallas.

No way. There is only so much luxury retail to go around.
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Old 03-02-2016, 06:22 PM
 
Location: Washington D.C. By way of Texas
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The Woodlands area also has some luxury stores. In my opinion, it is going to develop into a big time competitor to the Houston Galleria in Uptown. This area should get a Neiman Marcus department store in the near future. After all, it is closer in proximity to IAH than is the Houston Galleria. As the Houston Galleria isn't going anywhere, this isn't going to bode well for the new River Oaks District shopping center.

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What? I don't get you're trying to say here.

BTW, Jo Malone just announced it's opening its first boutique in Texas at the River Oaks District.
http://www.houstoniamag.com/articles...-oaks-district
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Old 03-02-2016, 06:25 PM
 
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I would like to post a list of luxury retail based in the areas outside of the urban cores of Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. As of today, I know of only two luxury stores in the outer reaches of the Dallas area:

Plano: Neiman Marcus Department Store (Shops at Willow Bend)
Fort Worth: Neiman Marcus Department Store (this store is in the process of moving from Rigmar mall to a new location in the Clearfork development)

The Woodlands area also has some luxury stores. In my opinion, it is going to develop into a big time competitor to the Houston Galleria in Uptown. This area should get a Neiman Marcus department store in the near future. After all, it is closer in proximity to IAH than is the Houston Galleria. As the Houston Galleria isn't going anywhere, this isn't going to bode well for the new River Oaks District shopping center.

Again, this is just my opinion.

Southlake is in a similar situation to the Woodlands. I could see a few luxury stores developing in this area as well. I don't know is ritzy and extensive enough to support a Neiman Marcus department store though.

The developer of the huge West Legacy project in Plano believes that luxury retail will be attracted to his development eventually. He doesn't envision it happening originally, but as second generation sometime in the future. I think he is crazy. Just look at the Shops at Willow Bend and the Galleria Dallas the way both got their butts kicked by the long established luxury stores in the inner urban core of Dallas.

No way. There is only so much luxury retail to go around.
Luxury stores have tried to open in the Dallas suburbs, and each time it has been an epic failure. Ever heard of Willowbend? Compare their opening store line up to now. We'll probably never have Saks or Lord n Taylor again because of their poor location choices. If you want to make it in the high end retail market, Dallas proper is really the only realistic location option.
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Old 03-02-2016, 06:44 PM
 
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What? I don't get you're trying to say here.

BTW, Jo Malone just announced it's opening its first boutique in Texas at the River Oaks District.
A Major British Brand Is Heading to River Oaks District | Houstonia
I am not saying anything against Uptown. I just see The Woodlands as being better positioned in the future regarding IAH. And the idea of challenging the Galleria is suicide. Good examples of similar folly in Dallas was how the Willow Bend mall attempted to take on NorthPark Center and Highland Park Village in the nineties. Similarly, the Victory Park development attempted to question the status of The Crescent and got put in its place. All that did was wake up a sleeping giant.

The River Oaks District isn't competing with the Highland Park Village shopping center. It is going head to head with the Houston Galleria.

We will see. Again, there is just so much luxury retail to go around.
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Old 03-02-2016, 09:15 PM
 
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I am not saying anything against Uptown. I just see The Woodlands as being better positioned in the future regarding IAH. And the idea of challenging the Galleria is suicide. Good examples of similar folly in Dallas was how the Willow Bend mall attempted to take on NorthPark Center and Highland Park Village in the nineties. Similarly, the Victory Park development attempted to question the status of The Crescent and got put in its place. All that did was wake up a sleeping giant.

The River Oaks District isn't competing with the Highland Park Village shopping center. It is going head to head with the Houston Galleria.

We will see. Again, there is just so much luxury retail to go around.
You do realize theGalleria's average rents per sq/ft are around $30-$40, right? River Oaks District retail rates have been topping $200 a sq/ft. Thats over 5 times more expensive.. Oh, and theGalleria has around 2.5 million sq ft of leasable space. River Oaks District has ONE TENTH of that, at 252,000 sq ft of retail space. They may be competing for a few luxury stores as theGalleria tries to up its game, but the developments are catering to two completely different demographics.

I agree, there is "only so much luxury retail to go around", but Highland Park Village does just fine with Northpark in the picture.. so I'm not following your point.
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Old 03-02-2016, 10:24 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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I would like to post a list of luxury retail based in the areas outside of the urban cores of Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, and Austin. As of today, I know of only two luxury stores in the outer reaches of the Dallas area.
I have been working on one for Dallas and Houston suburbs but I have been waiting to see if Legacy West ever releases the tenant list. I might just put it up tomorrow and have "rumored" for certain stores.
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