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Starbucks in downtown FW to move this fall to new Sundance Square building

Starbucks Coffee will move this fall from 404 Houston St. to the northeast corner of The Westbrook building, now under construction as part of Sundance Square expansion and creation of a plaza in downtown Fort Worth.

Sundance Square said it has now completed leasing all the retail space facing into the new plaza.

Starbucks will into 1,739 square feet of and a 431-square-foot patio. The coffee house has been in their current 1,665-square-foot location for nine years.

"We have reached another milestone with all the retail space facing into the plaza now leased," said Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square CEO. "We will continue to focus our efforts on leasing the remainder of the space in the Commerce and Westbrook buildings. We have a lot of interest in the available space and we are pursuing those organizations who want to be in Sundance Square."

Del Frisco’s Grille by Del Frisco’s Restaurant Group, Taco Diner, and Bird Café by Shannon Wynne have already announced plans to open restaurants in the plaza.

The six-story Westbrook at 425 Houston St. will include a first floor office lobby and retail space. The Commerce Building at 420 Commerce St. will have about 17,000 square feet of retail and restaurant space.

_ Sandra Baker


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