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Massive mixed-use in Houston’s Heights signs first tenants

Along with office space, the project plans to have clothing, coffee, frozen custard, sandwiches, an ice house and a yoga studio with a "yoga lawn" along the White Oak Bayou Trail.
Credit: MICHAEL HSU OFFICE OF ARCHITECTURE
A rendering of M-K-T, a mixed-use development that Radom Capital and Triten Real Estate Partners are developing.

HOUSTON (Houston Business Journal) -- A mixed-use project repurposing more than 200,000 square feet of industrial buildings in the Heights has secured its first tenants.

Houston-based Radom Capital and Houston-based Triten Real Estate Partners are developing the 12-acre site at North Shepherd Street and 6th and 7th streets.

Two restaurants have been confirmed for the development, dubbed M-K-T, while some other tenants are still being finalized, according to a press release. Shop Cos. is handling retail leasing for the project.

MORE: Read the full story at Houston Business Journal

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