Last week, Regency Centers announced that it closed on the land for Phase II of its CityLine Market project located north of Dallas, in Richardson, Texas. It was also revealed that Phase II is fully pre-leased and construction will start later this year.
Joining the CityLine Market roster are four restaurants, Pho is For Lovers, Super Chix, Piada Italian Street Food and Jimmy Johns, along with a 12,900 SF CVS Pharmacy.
The Dallas Morning News notes that the retail project will expand the market’s retail by 21,560 SF.
Ryan Griffin, Regency’s senior leasing agent, describes the project in more detail. “Phase II embodies the live, work, play philosophy that CityLine aspires to create for the community of Richardson,” he states. “Our goal was to continue adding unique, trendsetting restaurants with a focus on fast-casual dining.”
The CultureMap Dallas styles CityLine Market as Richardson’s “hottest complex” and new restaurant concepts as “exciting” and “trendy.”
“CityLine Market will be a place where the community loves to be – enlarged patios, mature landscaping and convenient parking. This phase of development will reflect the same architecture and placemaking features found in Phase I,” continues Griffin.
CityLine Market is anchored by Whole Foods and contains nearly 102,000 SF of retail, serving as the cornerstone of essential retail and dining to the massive mixed-use development, CityLine. The center is currently 98% leased; For a full list of retailers, click here.