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Simon Opens The Shops At Clearfork In Fort Worth, Texas

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FORT WORTH, Texas-- Simon,a global leader in premier shopping, dining and entertainment destinations, in partnership with Cassco Development Co., announced today the opening of The Shops at Clearfork, a 500,000-square-foot, open-air luxury shopping, dining, entertainment and mixed-use - including office - destination situated in the heart of Fort Worth.

The Shops at Clearfork

Anchored by Neiman Marcus, The Shops at Clearfork is home to luxury, home furnishing and specialty retailers including Louis Vuitton, Tory Burch, Tiffany & Co., Mitchell Gold + Bob Williams, Z Gallerie and Arhaus. Additional unique retail destinations that were announced today include: Mizzen+Main (now open); Tesla (now open); Out on a Limb Boutique (now open); NuVitrum (now open); Starbucks (now open); Grand Nail Salon (opening this September); Kendra Scott (opening December 2017); Clean Juice Bar (opening December 2017); Stanley Eisenman Shoes (opening December 2017) and T-Mobile (opening December 2017).

 

A mix of new regional and national restaurants and entertainment options are slated to open beginning this week and throughout 2018, including rise no 3, B&B Butchers & Restaurant, City Works Eatery & Pour House, Crú Food and Wine Bar, Doc B's Fresh Kitchen, Fixe, Luna Grill, Malai Kitchen, Mesero, Twigs Bistro and Martini Bar, and entertainment options; AMC Theatres® and Pinstripes.

 

With two office buildings totaling 120,000 square feet located directly above ground-floor retail, The Shops at Clearfork is becoming a dynamic hub for business in Fort Worth. WeWork, the largest co-working company in the world, is expected to open its first Fort Worth location in The Offices at Clearfork before the end of the year. Additional tenants including CH4 Energy, CERIS, Merrill Lynch and Mustang Energy will soon join The Miles Foundation and Frost Bank in the Class-A office setting.

"The Shops at Clearfork is evidence of Simon's commitment to bringing the finest our industry has to offer to the Fort Worth community," said John Rulli, President of Simon Malls and Chief Administrative Officer. "We are confident that the combination of a vibrant mix of retail, restaurants and family-friendly amenities will make The Shops at Clearfork a timeless asset for the city."

Outside The Shops at Clearfork

Located at the legendary Edwards Ranch, The Shops at Clearfork is located at Edwards Ranch Rd & Clearfork Main St, Fort Worth, TX 76107. 5188 Monahans Avenue, Fort Worth, Texas 76109. The Shops at Clearfork is a destination that is easy to get to and hard to leave! The entire Clearfork development encompasses an integrated, mixed-use 270 acres multi-phase project, incorporating 2 million square feet of office space, 1.2 million square feet of retail and 2,500 multi-family residential units at completion. Clearfork seamlessly blends urban amenities and a deep respect for the property's natural beauty, boasting miles of riverfront and Trinity Trails access along with a carefully curated mix of retail, dining, entertainment, office and green spaces.

Overview The Shops at Clearfork

The Shops at Clearfork boasts 14 fine art pieces by some of the nation's most notable artists, five of whom are Texas based. Fort Worth's Artspace111 consulted with developers Simon and Cassco to curate, broker and install a growing collection of artwork to elevate the beautiful architecture of The Shops at Clearfork. The developers sought works that connect with the history of the land and make a nod to the elegance and sophistication of Fort Worth's rich culture and art community. The artworks can be found sprinkled throughout the outdoor, open-air shopping center, as well in office and parking garage lobbies.

Artwork The Shops at Clearfork

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