Wade Park lands The Rustic, Steel City Pops at $1.6B projectWade Park lands The Rustic, Steel City Pops at $1.6B projecthttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=4282015-07-09T14:59:00Z2015-07-09T08:00:00Z

FRISCO - Thomas Land & Development — the development group behind Wade Park — has landed some sought-after retailers, entertainment venues and restaurants for the $1.6 billion, 175-acre mixed-use development.

Wade Park is within Frisco's much-touted $5 Billion Mile, which has $5.4 billion of planned developments and investment along a mile stretch of roadway along the Dallas North Tollway bound by Warren Parkway and Lebanon Rd.

Thomas has signed the following retailers:

  • The Rustic at Wade Park: This will be the Dallas-based concept's second down-home venue in North Texas after establishing one at the West Village with the help of Pat Green. The 15,000-sf venue and patio will feature Texas beers, outdoor entertainment and a kitchen specializing in comfort foods.
  • Steel City Pops: The new retail space at Wade Park will feature the concept's popular gourmet popsicles with certified organic and locally harvested ingredients (much like the company's location on Lower Greenville).
  • Thirteen Pies: A neighborhood restaurant with handmade Italian cuisine featuring gourmet wood-fired pizzas.
  • Bread Zepplin: A customizable salad restaurant with freshly baked artisan baguettes.
  • Torchy's Tacos: The taco joint will lease about 4,000 sf of space.
  • Arhaus: The furniture retailer features one-of-a-kind handcrafted home furnishings and will lease more than 15,000 sf of retail space.
  • MiniLuxe at Wade Park: The beauty salon will extend its offerings from its West Village location to a 2,000-sf shop at Wade Park.
  • Elle K, an Aveda Salon: The beauty products and services shop will occupy about 3,200 sf of space and will include full-service treatments.
  • The Lash Lounge: The semi-permanent eyelash extension shop will occupy about 1,760 sf of salon space with a makeup counter and accessories boutique.

Last August, Thomas Land & Development began construction on the site, with vertical construction planned to begin this summer.

The development firm has already signed Hotel ZaZa, Whole Foods Market, iPic Theaters and Pinstripes Inc. for its first phase of construction, which is slated for completion in spring 2017.

Click: Dallas-Fort Worth Market Research, Dallas-Fort Worth NewsTalk

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