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Episode 8 of “Is This A Thing?” finds College Station Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz talking about the status of some restaurants and businesses you’ve heard about for a while, plus new trends that are showing interest in College Station, such as “entertainment uses.”
On this edition of Is This A Thing?, College Station’s Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz and Oldham Goodwin Group EVP Clint Oldham talk about how the At Home deal came about, how fragile this deal – and all eco-devo deals, to be honest – really was, and how retail attitudes are no longer cowering from The Amazon Effect.
It’s been a long time since Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz and Public Communications Director Jay Socol talked rumors versus reality in terms of restaurants, retail, and more. This episode of “Is This a Thing?” covers a lot of ground, including flip-flop scenarios about In-N-Out Burger. Using examples of Academy and Gander Mountain, Nat also gives great insight into why vacant properties stay empty so long.
Welcome to the very first on-the-road edition of “Is This A Thing?” Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz and Communications Director Jay Socol drove to Austin to talk with Beau Armstrong, chairman and CEO of Stratus Properties, Inc., which is developing the 76-acre tract in College Station at Harvey Mitchell Parkway and Wellborn Road to be known as Jones Crossing.
Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz and Communications Director Jay Socol talk about a new restaurant concept coming to College Station called Burger Mojo. It’s the latest restaurant venture for the Dallis family, which is best known for Cafe Eccell and La Bodega.
This is the third edition of “Is This a Thing?” with Economic Development Director Natalie Ruiz, who talks about restaurants and retail that are more than just a rumor. This interview covers a lot of ground — all throughout College Station.