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Southlake Town Square growth shows no signs of slow downSouthlake Town Square growth shows no signs of slow downhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=107482015-10-08T05:00:00Z

​SOUTHLAKE - From his office, Frank Bliss takes in the view of the popular downtown he helped create in Southlake Town Square.

With 1.5 million sf built today, half of which is retail, restaurants and entertainment, it would be easy for Bliss to sit back and enjoy the outdoor shopping and municipal mecca that opened 16 years ago. But for him, Southlake Town Square is far from finished. 

Over the next few years, Bliss said, Town Square will add up to 700,000 sf of offices, retail, restaurants and high-end residential.

Southlake Town Square will add up to 700,000 sf of offices, retail, restaurants and high-end residential.

With 1.5 million sf built today, half of which is retail, restaurants and entertainment, there are no signs of slowing down.

Town Square’s success also created a steady stream of nearby developments, including the Shops of Southlake, anchored by the always-busy Central Market grocery store, and Nordstrom Rack; the trendy Park Village, home to Fresh Market; and Carroll Pointe, which features a Chuy’s Tex-Mex restaurant and other retail.​​

Fort Worth Star-Telegram
Dallas-Fort Worth-Arlington
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