Q Clothier, where men can buy custom suits, and Rye 51, an upscale men’s boutique, will open at The Shops at Clearfork, separated by a whiskey bar. Other retailers on the way include Arhaus Furniture and Z Gallerie.
The 14,000-square-foot Fort Worth mansion on Crestline Road, near River Crest Country Club, was completed in 1913 and has six bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a 2,000-bottle wine cellar and a concrete bank vault.
An architecture firm for CVS filed a permit to build a drugstore at 515 Houston St., but the owner of Ojos Locos, a chain of Latin-themed sports bars that operates at the location, says it has no plans to move.
Alden Global Capital tells Pier 1’s board that it wants a seat on the board of directors. Also, Tarrant County Tax Assessor-Collector Ron Wright wants the Tarrant Appraisal District’s board to make him a voting member.
Under a proposed bill, energy companies would only need a supermajority of land owners, or 70 percent, to gain approval to drill in an established oil reserve. Also, Farmer Brothers wins ISS backing in proxy fight with dissident shareholders.
The convenience store extraordinaire, being built at Haltom Road and Airport Freeway, will feature cheap gas, tacos and a menagerie that includes two baby buffaloes, two Longhorns, a donkey, a zebra and and a “zonkey.”
Farmer Brothers, the coffee company that’s building a big headquarters complex across from Texas Motor Speedway, is busy trying to convince shareholders that moving here from California was a good idea.