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Alliance Town Center 

 

Scott Nishimura
snishimura@bizpress.net

Alliance Town Center has signed 115,000 square feet of retail leases with several stores, filling out the far North Fort Worth shopping center’s next phase.

Latest are Five Below, which bills itself as “the leading retailer of trend-right, extreme-value merchandise to the teen and preteen market,” Sheplers, and Sleep Experts, said Terry Montesi, CEO of Trademark Property, partner with Hillwood in the development.

They join the previously confirmed DSW Shoe Warehouse and Haverty’s, which have also signed leases.

“That project has just continued to grow and grow and grow,” Montesi said. “And it’s poised to keep going.”

The stores, which Montesi says make up Town Center’s fourth phase, should open this fall.
 

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