Lululemon opens at Tanger Outlets in Fort Worth and more DFW news

Lululemon is now open in the Tanger Outlets in north Fort Worth. (Courtesy Lululemon)

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Lululemon is now open in north Fort Worth

A location in Lululemon opened on November 5th on 15853 North Freeway in Fort Worth. The Lululemon stores are part of the Tanger Outlets mall and have a selection of women’s and men’s clothing, including sportswear, pants, shirts, sweatshirts, and more.

Straight Line Disc Golf is coming soon to Beach Street in north Fort Worth

Straight Line Disc Golf will open its first brick and mortar store in Fort Worth at 7420 N. Beach St., Fort Worth. The disc golf shop will sell all the equipment necessary to practice the sport.

Keller veteran, entrepreneur goes partnership with local businesses

According to the US Small Business Administration, roughly 9% of businesses nationwide are veteran-owned. These include SweatSwat, a basement-based “sweat management systems company” that has microfiber-based products on its Facebook page to help reduce sweat during exercise and outdoor activities.


The City of Colleyville completes the public art installation

The city of Colleyville completed a public art installation at the intersection of McDonwell School Road and Westcoat Drive.


The Kartland Performance Indoor Raceway offers races for experts and amateurs

From children’s birthday parties to corporate team building events, Kartland Performance Indoor Raceway has something for everyone, according to co-owner Kim Sheehy.

The Mexican restaurant and bar CasaMia caters to the preferences of the local population

Frisco’s families have kept CasaMia Mexican restaurant and bar going for the last few months of the COVID-19 pandemic, owner Luis Bencomo said.


Midas opens the Plano car repair facility

Midas opened an auto repair shop on October 5th at 620 W. Parker Road in Plano. The company offers routine vehicle maintenance such as oil changes and repairs of brakes and also sells tires.

Park Wine & Spirits is now open in Plano

Park Wine & Spirits was opened at 4101 E. Park Blvd., Ste. 160, Plano. The family owned liquor store offers a variety of products related to alcoholic beverages.

Lewisville-Flower Mound-Highland Village

In the heart of the city, Lewisville eyes land in an underserved community for a new public park

Nestled in several busy trade corridors, a community without its own public park sometimes struggles to find its voice, residents and city officials said.

SpaVela opens a full-service spa in the Lakeside Tower in Flower Mound

SpaVela was opened on October 26th at Lakeside Tower, 2800 Lakeside Parkway, Ste. 100, hill of flowers. The full-service spa offers massages, facials, and a range of similar services.

“We Tried to Fight the Good Fight”: Closing Green Truck Cafe in Lewisville

In a Facebook post, the café owner thanked his customers for their support during the pandemic.


Blaze Pizza is slated to open in Richardson next summer

Blaze Pizza opens at 1450 E. Belt Line Road in Richardson next summer. In the fast-casual restaurant, guests can adapt the typical pizzas or create their own. It also offers gluten-free and keto-friendly crusts, as well as vegan cheese.

New businesses are moving to Main Street, Lockwood District, while downtown redevelopment projects are emerging in Richardson

A new identity for downtown Richardson is taking shape as new business owners move to the area.

Two major projects are ongoing in the Lockwood District and historic Main Street. Both are part of the rebranded Richardson Core District, a six-hub zone that also includes Richardson Heights and the Interurban, Spring Valley and China Town areas.

Diesel vintage-style barbershop opens at Cityline this spring

The owner describes the space as part of a hair salon, part salon and part arcade.


New Caliber Auto Care facility opened in McKinney

A new Caliber Auto Care location opened on November 3rd at 6661 S. Custer Road, McKinney. The company, formerly known as Service First Automotive, offers a variety of repair services, as well as maintenance, oil change, and government inspections.

Ian Pribanic, Elizabeth Ucles, Daniel Houston, Olivia Lückemeyer, William C. Wadsack, Makenzie Plusnick, and Sandra Sadek contributed to this report.

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