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Downtown FW Sundance Square announces tenants for Third and Houston streets

Sundance Square said it has completed the leasing of the former Billy Miner’s space at the corner of Houston and 3rd streets in downtown Fort Worth.

Coyote, a women’s specialty boutique, along with Flowers to Go and Sundance Hairstylist will round out the space. Five Guys Burgers and Fries is a tenant and construction is being done on the future site of LOFT, a national women’s retailer.

Coyote, a new shop owned by Fort Worth resident Brooke Mitchell, will be at 317 Houston St. with about 2,400 square feet. The store should open in September.

Flowers to Go will move to 325 Houston St. in 790 square feet. The store, owned by Marie Holliday, has been in Sundance Square for five years and is moving from its current location on 3rd Street.

Sundance Hairstylist, owned by Joe Guerrero, has done business in Sundance Square for 25 years. The full-service salon is located in the courtyard off Third Street and will move further into the courtyard next to Five Guys Burger and Fries.

"The move increases the size of Flowers to Go and will allow them to be a full-service florist with a much broader range of merchandise," said Johnny CampbellÖ , president and CEO of Sundance Square. "Sundance Hairstylist remains close in size but will have a brand new renovated space. The relocations were necessary to accommodate the addition of LOFT, Coyote, and the expansion of Flowers To Go and to create pedestrian-friendly storefronts along Houston Street."

_ Sandra Baker


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