Category: Business

The Container Store Reveals Dallas’ First Next Generation Store

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Have you ever walked into the container store ready to sort, label, and organize every cluttered area of your house only to walk out incredibly overwhelmed by the options?

Us to.

The country's leading retailer of storage and organization products has reimagined its flagship store in Dallas, revealing a new architectural design that makes it easier for customers to accomplish their storage and organization projects.


SMU Graduates To Open Chef-Driven Ice Cream Shop

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Coming soon to 6401 Hillcrest Avenue: a hybrid style ice cream shop from three Southern Methodist University graduates.

Baldo's, according to its website, considers itself a scoop shop cafe. Now before you question what that means, they define it as a hybrid ice cream and coffee shop; a nostalgic creamery with a twist of discovery; and a small restaurant that's an especially good place to exercise your cheat day.


Rush Bowls Signs Mockingbird Station Lease

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A Boulder, Colorado meal-to-go franchise is going to get Texans to eat more fruits and vegetables whether they like it or not – they hope we like it.

Rush Bowls is expanding its Lone Star state debut with three storefronts in the Dallas Fort Worth area, including a 1,036 square-foot shop at Mockingbird Station.


California’s Johnny Was Opens in NorthPark Center

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Straight out of California, luxury boho-chic fashion brand Johnny Was is set to open June 15 at NorthPark Center.

If you aren’t already familiar, Johnny Was is an LA-based lifestyle brand whose collections embody the Southern California aesthetic. Founded in 1987, the brand has a bohemian spirit and a true sense of authenticity and is a favorite with celebrities like Heidi Klum, Hillary Duff, Emily Ratajkowski, Selma Blair, and Mila Kunis who love the brand’s exquisite embroidery and effortless silhouettes.


OUT AND ABOUT: Flex Friday Happy Hours

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Going home, snuggling into a pair of pajamas, and binge-watching something on Netflix is how I spend most Friday nights. What can I say, I'm getting old.

But with the sun setting a little later and my favorite summer tradition – flex Friday – in full effect, hanging out a little later to enjoy some of Dallas' best happy hours has proven to be a lot more fun than hanging out with Kimmy Schmidt and Titus Andromedon (sorry guys).


New Zealand Rodd & Gunn Meets NorthPark

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Rodd & Gunn, a modern lifestyle-driven menswear brand, is set to open its first Texas location at NorthPark Center.

“We’ve had our eye on Dallas for quite some time as it’s a very progressive and exciting city that we think our brand will resonate with,” said Mike Beagley, CEO of Rodd & Gunn. “We love that Texans are big on style but also know how to have some fun while looking good.”


High Rise Planned For Weir’s Furniture Site

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The Soda Fountain Building [at right] will stay while the rest of the block becomes a new office and retail tower. (Renderings by GFF)

The Knox Street district already has a reputation as one of Texas’ and Dallas’ most walkable neighborhoods.

Weir’s Furniture and real estate firm Four Rivers Capital have a $150 million-plus plan that could make it more parkable, too.