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Southern Marsh to Open First Brick & Mortar Store at Market Street

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THE WOODLANDS, TX – Southern Marsh, originally known for its southern culture-inspired t-shirts, is opening its first location at Market Street on September 29 between Tumi and Maggie’s. To date, Southern Marsh apparel has been available online and through hundreds of partner retail stores across the country. The Market Street location will be the company’s first brick and mortar location.

In addition to its iconic tees, the Baton Rouge-based company now features full collections for women, men and youth including pants, outerwear, sleepwear, sweaters, jerseys, dress shirts, polos and swimwear. Clothing and accessories such as duffels, hats, koozies, sandals and more all feature the trademark mallard logo.




Southern Marsh Collection was founded in 2008 to create classic, high quality clothing and products inspired by the unique culture and timeless dress of the South. A decade later, the brand continues to create a clothing line influenced by those who live and appreciate this Southern lifestyle. Southern Marsh has grown from selling t-shirts by word-of-mouth to offering thousands of styles in hundreds of retail partner locations across the country. For more information about Southern Marsh, please visit

Market Street – The Woodlands is a 562,322 square foot outdoor lifestyle mixed-use property located in The Woodlands, Texas, approximately 25 miles north of Houston across from the Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion. The grocery anchored property contains 376,428 square feet of street level retail, combined with 115,894 square feet of Class A office space and a 70 room 70,000 square foot boutique hotel. In addition, the project includes a 5 screen Cinema and 21 restaurants and eateries. Trademark Property Company manages the project, including development, leasing and property management services. Market Street is owned by a joint venture between an affiliate of Trademark Property Company and Institutional Mall Investors. For additional information on Market Street, visit