Downtown Shopping News
Sundance Square prepares to open many doors to Fort Worth's holiday shoppers
Downtown Fort Worth's Sundance Square is preparing to welcome several new tenants, including Tervis, Nestle Toll House Cafe, and Brookstone. These join the sexier H&M, which is slated to open this winter.
Read: There are many new stores opening in time for the holiday shopping season.
Tervis will take on 1,800 square feet of space on Fourth Street, next door to Schakolad Chocolate Factory. The drinkware company will open in December offering a large selection of its tumbler products. Because tumblers make great stocking stuffers.
Nestle Toll House Cafe & Red Mango is scheduled to open "during the holidays," at 124 E. Fourth St., next to the Original Cupcakery.
Brookstone is not a permanent fixture; the specialty lifestyle retail company will open a shop for the holidays in the former Radio Shack space on Commerce Street. It's open now through early January.
As previously announced, an 859-square-foot Sunglass Hut will open in November on the first floor of the Westbrook Building on Fourth Street. And breakfast-and-lunch spot Yolk will open in January, at 305 Main St.