Fashion retailer H&M will be opening its Sundance Square store in downtown Fort Worth a week earlier than planned.
The 30,000-square-foot store is now scheduled to open at noon, Thursday, April 7. The opening was moved up because construction is wrapping up sooner, a Sundance Square spokeswoman said.
The Sundance location, in the former Barnes & Noble bookstore space at the corner of Commerce and Third streets, will be H&M’s third Tarrant County store and the largest. It will have four floors.
H&M already has stores at Grapevine Mills and Ridgmar mall, and announced plans earlier this month to open this fall at Hulen Mall. With the Sundance and Hulen locations, the Swedish clothing retailer will have 10 stores in Dallas-Fort Worth.
In other Sundance Square updates, It’Sugar, a specialty candy and gift store, will open on Thursday at 503 Main St., next to Mi Cocina and Barse Jewelry.
And four days later, Yolk restaurant will open March 28. The restaurant is on Main Street, between Haltom’s Jewelers and Mercury Chop House. The 5,100-square-foot restaurant will offer patio dining.