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West on West, a redeveloped Houston strip mall, announces new international restaurant tenants

Dec 21, 2023


Bowl of Thai noodles with shrimp
Osha is a new tenant to join 99 Ranch Market in West on West, the redevelopment of a rundown Houston strip mall

Osha is a new tenant to join 99 Ranch Market in West on West, the redevelopment of a rundown Houston strip mall. 

Courtesy of Osha Thai


The development firm behind a newly renovated shopping strip in West Houston has announced three new tenants part of a growing list of internationally focused restaurants and shops. 


Shoo Loong Kan, T Swirl Crepe and Osha Thai have recently executed leases at West on West from Houston-based NewQuest Properties. Stretching 10 acres at 12220 Westheimer, the development is already home to grocer 99 Ranch Market and Gen Korean BBQ House, which recently opened.

The newly announced businesses have each made a name for themselves in their own lanes. Shoo Loong Kan will move into a 6,213-square-foot space as the third location for the Sichuan-style hot pot concept that originated in Queens, New York. Japanese crepe shop T Swirl Crepe, which serves cone-shaped crepes at 30 locations, will move into a 1,467-square-foot space. Lastly, Osha Thai is from restaurateur Saranya Danvetnukro of Nua Thai in Midtown. She will cook up Thai street food in her new 2,747-square-foot space.


Opening dates have not yet been revealed for the trio, but other previously announced businesses in the strip center are set to open by the spring. They include Tsujita Artisan Noodle, Paris Baguette, The Alley, SomiSomi, Lady M, Kaiten-sushi Ginza Onodera, and Teso Life. There is only one more vacant space available for the project. 


Shopping center with full parking lot
West on West, a redeveloped strip mall, is building its tenants with 99 Ranch Market and international restaurants.

West on West, a redeveloped strip mall, is building its tenants with 99 Ranch Market and international restaurants. 

Courtesy of NewQuest Properties

"Tenant interest in this special property has been amazing, and we can’t wait for guests to start experiencing the flavors and experiences of West on West and its unique lineup of stores and restaurants firsthand. It’s sure to become a must-see destination for local foodies and visitors,” said Heather Nguyen, NewQuest Properties development partner, in a statement.


West on West was previously known as the Pavilion Center before NewQuest Properties purchased the center in 2020. Nguyen said the company wanted to create an adventurous dining destination for Houstonians. 


Additionally, West on West is getting a splash of color with murals by local artist Shelbi Nicole. There will be a nearly 400-foot-long art crosswalk, a mural facing Westheimer and a smaller piece on the steps of Teso life.  


Marissa Luck contributed to this story.


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