Dallas City Councilman Adam McGough revealed three new Town Center tenants at his annual State of the District address Tuesday night – Fish City Grill, Starbucks and Jersey Mike’s. The three are in addition to retail previously announced – Taco Diner, Hollywood Feed, Yogurtland, Sprouts, Joint Chiropractic, Ideal Dental and Verizon.
Development at Lake Highlands Town Center and at Skillman Abrams’ Creekside, soon-to-be home of Alamo Drafthouse, were two of many reasons McGough said the district is “on the rise.” Alamo is expected to open in early fall, and additional restaurant and retail openings are expected at Walnut Hill and Audelia.
Stay tuned for more coverage of McGough’s recap of his second year in office.
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