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The Loft women's apparel coming to FW's Sundance Square this fall

Keeping true to its promise of finding more apparel stores for Sundance Square in downtown Fort Worth, developers today said it has leased 5,394 sqaure feet in the former Billy Miner’s restaurant spot at the corner of Houston and Third streets to the Loft, a national women retailer.

"We have had a lot of interest in the space formerly occupied by Billy Miner’s and we waited to commit to the right retailer," said Johnny Campbell, president and CEO of Sundance Square.

The Loft will compliment other apparel retailers on Houston street, including Jos. A Bank, Pappagallo Classiques, and Leddy’s Ranch. The store should open this fall, Sundance said.

The Loft space is about one-third of the Billy Miner’s space. Five Guys Burgers and Fries opened recently in a portion of the Billy Miner’s location.

"We will continue to seek out additional soft good and apparel retailers for this corridor that will benefit from our significant base of residents, workers, and visitors," Campbell said.

About 5,000 square feet is still available.


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