NEW: Eco-friendly athletic apparel store tasc Performance to open first Alabama location at Lane Parke

Lane Parke
tasc Performance(Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors)

The Lane Parke development in Mountain Brook is adding tasc Performance, a fast-growing, eco-friendly New Orleans-based athletic apparel retailer to its growing list of retail and commercial enterprises.

An athletic apparel wholesaler with more than 1,000 accounts nationwide and a strong online presence, the tasc Performance Mountain Brook store will be the third brick-and-mortar location in their portfolio, with the first two in Louisiana and Texas. The store will feature a wide range of men’s and women’s athletic apparel for all activities and leisure.

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Lane Parke
tasc Performance(Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors)

Known for utilizing sustainable materials to create the best activewear in the world, for the world, tasc Performance’s men’s and women’s activewear is made from proprietary performance fabrics—which is primarily a blend of fibers and bamboo that is lightweight, breathable and most importantly, chemical-free. 

Their mission is to offset their carbon footprint, reduce waste and provide a healthy and positive working environment.

“The Lane Parke community is a great fit for our family-operated brand,” said Todd Andrews, Co-Founder & CEO for tasc Performance. “We are looking forward to becoming a staple for all residents in the region.” 

tasc will open along Rele Street adjacent to Gunn Dermatology in Phase II of Lane Parke.

Crawford Square Real Estate Advisors (CSREA) have announced a number of Lane Parke tenants in the past year, including:

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“When strategizing with our team on leasing efforts for Lane Parke, we seek out retailers that will not only be a unique addition to the shopping destination, but will also become very involved in our community,” said Jackie Hollingsworth, leasing associate for CSREA. “tasc Performance checks both of these boxes.”

Want to learn more tasc Performance and the latest on Phase II of Lane Parke? Visit www.laneparke.com!

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Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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