Cedars closes, home improvement store to anchor center

Crews pack up Cedars
Crews pack up Cedars Sunday. Photo by Carol Toler.

First Crossroads, now Cedars.

Cedars Mediterranean Mezza & Grill, on Walnut Hill near Central Expressway, closed Saturday. The popular restaurant, known for its buffet with heart healthy and vegan options, served its final customers Friday night. The building has been a Houston’s, an Earl’s Bistro (and a few things in between).

Owner Nabil Dimassi told Dallas Morning News that a new location “in the same area” is being sought. Cedars’ locations downtown and in Plano will remain open, Dimassi said.

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Cypress Equities has plans to redevelop the 16-acre Corner Shopping Center and rename it The Hill. Austin-based TreeHouse, a home improvement retailer featuring sustainable construction materials, will serve as anchor tenant.

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  • Ian

    The whole center was purchased and rezoned for development.

  • Jared Heath

    They aren’t renewing HobbyTown. I suspect the entire corner is going to come down.

  • ct

    Cedars should look at locations in Lake Highlands.
    We would love to have them move over here!