Sundance Square Fills Retail Space
at Corner of Houston and 3rd Streets in
Former Billy Miner's Space
Women's Retailer Among the Stores
FORT WORTH, Texas (June 20, 2012) – Sundance Square has completed the leasing of the former Billy Miner’s space at the corner of Houston and 3rd Streets in downtown Fort Worth. Coyote, a women’s specialty boutique, along with Flowers to Go and Sundance Hairstylist will round out the space that also includes Five Guys Burgers and Fries and the future site of Ann Taylor LOFT.
A new retailer, Coyote will be located at 317 Houston Street with more than 2,400 square feet. Fort Worth resident, Brooke Mitchell is behind the boutique that will focus on women’s fashion. The Dallas Baptist University graduate will open the store in late September.
“In tune with my own style and personality, Coyote is geared towards women with a love of chic, bohemian inspired pieces that aren’t afraid to incorporate a little rebellion into their wardrobe,” said Mitchell, owner of Coyote. “We are thrilled to join the Sundance Square family as a contemporary women’s boutique specializing in unique, well-constructed apparel, footwear and accessories.”
Flowers to Go will move to 325 Houston Street in 790 square feet. The store, owned by Marie Holliday, has been in Sundance Square for five years and is moving from its current location on 3rd Street.
Sundance Hairstylist, owned by Joe Guerrero, has done business in Sundance Square for 25 years. The full-service salon is located in the courtyard off Third Street and will move further into the courtyard next to Five Guys Burger and Fries.
“The move increases the size of Flowers to Go and will allow them to be a full-service florist with a much broader range of merchandise,” said Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square. “Sundance Hairstylist remains close in size but will have a brand new renovated space. The relocations were necessary to accommodate the addition of LOFT, Coyote, and the expansion of Flowers To Go and to create pedestrian-friendly storefronts along Houston Street. We are looking to the future of Sundance Square and establishing Houston Street as a premier site for soft goods and apparel retailers is a top priority.”
Sundance Square expects to open the new retailers in September and October. In May, the shopping, dining and entertainment district announced LOFT, a national women’s retailer, will open a 5,394-square-foot store this fall at the corner of Houston and 3rd Streets.
About Sundance Square
Located in the heart of downtown Fort Worth, historic Sundance Square is a 35-block commercial, residential, entertainment and retail
district where people work, live, shop and dine. Sundance Square’s beautiful landscaping, red-brick streets and turn-of-the-century buildings make it a pedestrian’s delight. Named after the famed Sundance Kid, who used the Fort Worth area as a hideout, Sundance Square has been hailed as a monumental achievement in urban redevelopment.
Sundance Square is comprised of restaurants, three live theatres, an AMC movie theatre, Bass Performance Hall, two museums, three art
galleries, numerous retail shops and boutiques, as well as two upscale residential complexes, and some of Fort Worth's prime office space. More information about Sundance Square can be found at www.sundancesquare.com.