Other Waterside Tenants Announced

Indoor cycling concept CycleBar® will open a 3,000-square-foot studio in Waterside on Monday, Oct. 24. Owned by local mother-in-law and daughter-in-law duo Carly Weyand and TK Campbell, the Boston-bred cycling concept embraces three important cycle components – music, instructors and environment. Hence, the studio is equipped with tiers for 50 bikes, LED lighting, wide-screen graphics and a DJ booth. CycleBar studio also hosts special rides like Mashup Monday, Throwback Thursday, Happy Hour and Brunch. Classes are led by instructors who take participants through a 50-minute, high-energy ride. The first CycleBar opened in 2004 and now the company is on track to open 237 studios by the end of 2017. The studio will also have spa-like amenities with showers on-site, soft towels, robes, hair ties, wet clothing bags and other toiletries. Look for free sneak-peek rides, Oct. 13 - 24.
5924 Convair Drive, Suite 440

Steel City Pops will open its second Fort Worth location in Waterside this fall. The 677-square-foot store will offer the same craft popsicles, made with organic, locally sourced ingredients that make its West Seventh location so popular. Steel City Pops will be one of Waterside’s micro-restaurants inside The Grove at Waterside – a public space with outdoor seating, public art and activity areas.