Upscale Asian fusion, craft burgers and stores catering to the latest fashion trends for men and woman are coming to Glade Parks.
Glade Parks, a 194-acre mixed-use commercial and residential development, is at Texas 121 and Glade Road near Colleyville and Grapevine.
North Rock Real Estate, the Illinois-based firm that is developing, managing, building and leasing Glade Parks, announced the new arrivals.
“I’m seeing the latter part of March through the summer having a flurry of grand opening activities,” Mayor Linda Martin said.
Glade Parks “is meaning a lot to the Mid-Cities. We haven’t had anywhere close to go shopping, and now we do,” she said.
What’s coming and when
In March, get ready for family fashions retailer F21 Red to open.
Hopdoddy, the Austin-based craft burger restaurant, is scheduled to open in late April, and Franchesca’s, a women’s fashion boutique, and DXL, featuring clothing for tall men, are also opening this spring.
In June, look for the opening of the outdoor plaza, featuring live music and other events designed to bring people outside to enjoy green space and water features. The entertainment lineup will be announced this spring.
Martin said Euless has worked hard to incorporate the plaza into its planning. The city may hold events there, she said.
“We watched [the land for Glade Parks] sitting there for years. We watched it coming up from the ground. It is all very exciting, and this is not just for citizens in Euless but from the entire region,” she said.
Also coming in June, an upscale Aloft Hotel from Starwood and Marriott — one of the focal points of Glade Parks — will open. The hotel will be next to the Cinepolis luxury movie theater that opened last summer.
Asian fusion fans will want to visit Imperial Hibachi, also scheduled to open in June.
This fall, look for Total Wine & More and the Portland, Ore.-based Thirsty Lion Gastropub & Grill to open.
Thirsty Lion is opening its second location in the Metroplex featuring a 7,500-square-foot restaurant with a scratch kitchen, craft beer and cocktails along with an 1,800-square-foot patio.