ROSENBERG, Texas – (Realty News Report) – The Cavender’s Boot City organization has acquired land in Rosenberg in Houston’s southwestern suburbs where a new store will sell Texas footwear.
Cavender’s purchased 1.75 acres in Village Crossing – Rosenberg to locate a new Cavender’s Boot City in a fast growing market that still pays homage to the traditions of Texas – a land of cattle, ranches and boots.
“In a climate where daily we are reading about retail bankruptcies and restructuring, there are still retailers going strong and expanding in the Houston region, as well as new developments kicking off,” says real estate broker Jennifer Raymond, head of Texas-based JPR Commercial Real Estate.
Cavender’s is the first project inked in Village Crossing – Rosenberg, a new mixed-use land development on 108 acres in Fort Bend County.
The site is located on US 59 between Reading Road and FM 2218.
Cavender’s is a family owned and operated western and workwear retailer based in Tyler, Texas – an old town that’s way back up in the northeastern part of the Lone Star State.
Founded by James R. Cavender in 1965, the Cavender sons Joe, Mike and Clay now run the day-to-day operations of Boot City.
The family lives the western lifestyle, operating working ranches in Texas and Oklahoma with Brangus and Charolais cattle. Cavender’s has become one of the leading western-wear dealers for the American South and Southwest, with 90 locations located across 12 states.
“We’ve had many loyal customers over the years, driving to our stores from the Rosenberg, Richmond, Sugar Land area. This area is growing, and we are excited to be part of the community,” says Mike Cavender. The new store is expected to open in July
Rosenberg, a city with a population of around 40,000 folks, has grown 25 percent since 2010 and continues to grow as a result of its commitment to work force training, education and business friendly environment. And Rosenberg a historic downtown district.
Sharon Biles of Sabre Properties, assisted Cavender’s in the purchase of the land. Jennifer Raymond, JPR Commercial Real Estate, represented the seller of the land. Village Crossing is owned by Village Crossing, LLC which is owned by a family entity. Future phases of the development are expected to include retail, office, medical, entertainment, and seniors housing.
Jan. 21, 2021 Realty News Report Copyright 2021
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Caption: Village Crossing – Rosenberg. Photo Courtesy JPR Real Estate
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