ESPN's College GameDay Built by The Home Depot – college football's longest running and most celebrated pregame show – will begin and end the 2014 season from Sundance Square in Fort Worth, Texas.
Sundance Square has inked a deal with The Cheesecake Factory to bring the restaurant concept to the upscale 35-block multi-use development in downtown Fort Worth.
Diesslin Group, Inc. Leases more than 6,600 Square Feet and Atlas Resource Partners Takes an Additional 13,000 Square Feet
Sundance Square, Fort Worth's premier shopping, dining and entertainment district, announced today White House Black Market, a national women's retailer, will open a 3,815-square-foot store at the corner of Houston and Third Streets, across from The Loft.
ESPN will provide extensive on-site coverage of the NCAA Division 1 Men's Basketball Championship Final Four - including analysis, news, reports and interviews across multiple platforms - from Fort Worth's Sundance Square, located near the site of the semifinals and championship at AT&T Stadium, from Thursday, April 3, to Monday, April 7.
Sundance Square has announced Forestar Oil and Gas LLC, a real estate and natural resources company, will be moving its Fort Worth offices to the DR Horton Tower from the Chase Bank Building.
Ernst & Young LLP has leased the entire sixth floor of The Westbrook building located on the west end of Sundance Square’s new plaza. With more than 8,600 square feet of usable office space, Ernst & Young will also have access to the beautiful balconies, with more than 1,900 square feet, overlooking the plaza.
Sundance Square, an iconic 35-block entertainment destination drawing more than 10 million visitors annually, was recognized by the Fort Worth Chamber today with its 2013 Vandergriff Award, presented to a legacy individual or organization whose contributions have positively impacted Tarrant County on an international scale.
Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy, Tropical Biologist and Respected Environmentalist to Receive BRIT's 2014 International Award of Excellence in Conservation
The Botanical Research Institute of Texas (BRIT) announced today that Dr. Thomas E. Lovejoy is the recipient of its 2014 International Award of Excellence in Conservation for his life-long work in biodiversity protection.
After 18 months of construction, Sundance Square, a 35-block office, retail and entertainment development in downtown Fort Worth, has finished a one-acre outdoor plaza featuring two new Class A office buildings, several new restaurants, retail shops, a multi-purpose stage, and pavilion.
The Fort Worth Food + Wine Festival is proud to announce details for its inaugural four days of signature events. Scheduled for March 27-30, 2014, the first-ever festival will infuse historic venues and homegrown flavor with celebrated local chefs, culinary professionals and wine makers into one taste-filled weekend.
The Fort Worth office of Atlas Resource Partners, L.P. (NYSE:ARP), an oil and gas exploration and production company, has completed a lease for more than 24,000 square feet of space in The Westbrook, one of Sundance Square's newest buildings opening in November.
Four giant umbrellas covering more than 6,000 square feet of space are being installed this week in Sundance Square's new plaza.
SUNDANCE SQUARE DOES IT AGAIN...ESPN CHOOSES ENTERTAINMENT DESTINATION AS TV HEADQUARTERS FOR NCAA MEN'S BASKETBALL CHAMPIONSHIP COVERAGE
ESPN to Set Up in Fort Worth for 2014 Men's Final Four
DOWNTOWN FORT WORTH, HOME OF RADIOSHACK HEADQUARTERS, WELCOMES THE COMPANY'S LATEST TECHNOLOGY PLAYGROUND
Sundance Square, downtown Fort Worth's 35-block entertainment, shopping, and office development, has nearly completed the leasing of its retail space in the Commerce Building with the signing of Silver Leaf Cigar Bar.
Sundance Square has announced the additions of Colleen Joyce as plaza manager and Anita Simmons as communications specialist to the marketing team.
The 2013 "Stars under the Stars" Outdoor movie series in Sundance Square will return this summer beginning June 6. Sundance Square will kick off this series with the showing of BRAVE, the 2012 computer animated fantasy comedy.
Sundance Square Announces Leasing in Commerce Building Nearly Complete with Signing of Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, LLP
Sundance Square announced Fort Worth law firm, Shannon, Gracey, Ratliff & Miller, LLP has signed a lease for more than 36,000 square feet in the five-story Commerce Building, currently under construction at 420 Commerce Street.
Sundance Square Extends Commitment to Renewable Energy with Purchase from Green Mountain Energy Company
Sundance Square today announced a continued agreement with Green Mountain Energy Company to provide renewable energy to the downtown district through 2018. This announcement builds on the relationship that began in 2008, marking Sundance Square's 10-year pledge to sustainability through the choice of cleaner electricity.
"The Biggest Comic Strip in Texas, " an installation surrounding the construction sites in Sundance Square, won numberous ADDY Awards at the 2013 American Advertising Federation - Fort Worth (AAF-FW) awards gala on Feb. 22. The ADDY Awards represent creative excellence by recognizing all forms of advertising from anywhere in the world.
AMC Theatres and Sundance Square to turn AMC Palace 9 into a 'Destination Theatre' at Sundance Square in Fort Worth
As a leader in innovation in the movie exhibition industry, AMC Theatres continues to push the envelope, looking for new ways to improve the moviegoing experience for its guests. To that end, AMC has reached an agreement with Sundance Square to renovate AMC Palace 9 in Sundance Square, with enhancements that will leave guests excited to come back, again and again.
Taco Diner, a Mexican food concept from M Crowd Restaurant Group, has signed a lease to open a 3,000 square foot restaurant in Sundance Square's new Westbrook Building when it opens in 2013.
Coyote, a contemporary women's boutique, has opened at 317 Houston Street, just in time for holiday shopping. With more than 2,400 square feet, Coyote features chic, bohemian inspired pieces hand picked by owner and Fort Worth resident Brooke Mitchell.
55-foot Blue Spruce Tree to Continue Tradition in Downtown Fort Worth
Sundance Square has launched a valet service for shoppers to maker their experience in the 35-block development even more enjoyable.
Sundance Square, the 35-block development in the hub of downtown Fort Worth, released renderings today for its long awaited plaza, the 55,000 square foot centerpiece of the 25-year-old master plan.
Sundance Square Fills Retail Space at Corner of Houston and 3rd Streets in Former Billy Miner's Space
Women's Retailer Among the Stores
Sundance Square officially broke ground today on three new buildings in the center of the 35-block office, retail, and entertainment district.
Sundance Square, Fort Worth's premier shopping, dining and entertainment district, announced today the LOFT, A NATIONAL WOMEN'S RETAILER, WILL OPEN A 5,394-square-foot store this fall at the corner of Houston and Third Streets.
Five Guys Burgers and Fries opened today in a 2,500 square foot store at 313 Houston Street. The restaurant, operated by Monument Restaurants, LLC, took over a portion of the space formerly occupied by Billy Miner's next door to Cabo Grande.
Trinity Bicycles, a Fort Worth bike shop and commuter hub, has opened the doors to its new digs at 343 Throckmorton Street in Sundance Square. With more than 1,500 square feet of space, Trinity Bicycles offers same day bike repair, gear and equipment, and rentals to visitors.
Sundance Square Management has retained Virginia-based Michael Vergason Landscape Architects, LTD to design the long-awaited central plaza now under development at the heart of the 35-block Sundance Square district.
As Sundance Square prepares to begin construction on three new buldings and the proposed plaza in the center of the 35-block entertainment district, restaurateur Shannon Wynne is making big plans too.
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas now that Fort worth Mayor Betsy Price hoisted a 55-foot blue spruce tree from a flatbed truck and placed the Christmas tree in to positon at the corner of Main and 3rd street in Sundance Square on Monday.
Oliver’s Fine Foods will open its neighborhood market concept in Sundance Square at 7 a.m., Saturday, November 5 with a 6,600 square foot store at 415 Throckmorton in downtown Fort Worth.
Sundance Square has unveiled plans for three new building to be constructed in the 35-block office, retail, and entertainment district.
Trinity Bicycles, a local bike shop and commuter hub, is moving to 343 Throckmorton Street in Sundance Square. They will occupy 1550 square feet in a space formerly occupied by Washington Mutual.
Just in time for the holidays, The Cupcakery in Sundance Square has opened.
Business is booming in Sundance Square and Five Guys Burgers and Fries is the latest company to join the bustling 35-block development with a 2,500 square foot store at 313 Houston Street.
Sundance Square has retained The beck Group as Construction Manager at Risk to provide pre-construction services for the proposed plaza development in the center of the 35-block entertainment district.
Two new stores will be opening in Sundance Square to cater to visitors' sweet tooth. The Cupcakery and Yumilicious are both bringing their sweet treats to the Cotulla building at 4th Street and Commerce alongside Schakolad Chocolate Factory creating a sweet street.
Sundance Square is the hot spot in Fort Worth for entertainment and dining, so the opening of Paciugo Gelato and Caffe today offers the perfect retreat to cool down. Located at 308 Houston Street, the 550 square-foot eatery has been designed to reflect the richness of Italian culture.
Frankie's Sports Bar has opened in Sundance Square today with a new 8,000 square foot restaurant and bar located on the ground floor of The Carnegie at 421 West Third Street, across from the Fort Worth Central Library.
Saviano's, a family-owned and operated Italian restaurant, opened a 4,400 square foot restaurant in Sundance Square today at 400 Houston Street.