Sundance Square

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Nov 1 - 12:40pm

Well, Halloween is over. And that only means one thing… It’s. Christmas. Time. (We know Thanksgiving comes first, but still.) And just in time for the holidays, the toy store planned for Sundance Square has set a grand opening date – Nov. 12. Houston Street Toy Company, which...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Oct 12 - 3:04pm

After being closed for renovation for nearly four months, the Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau (FWCVB) reopened its Main Street Visitor Center on Wednesday, debuting a new store and Fort Worth history exhibit. “The downtown core is vital to growing our visitor base,” FWCVB...

Posted By Samantha Calimbahin on 2016 Sep 22 - 3:03pm

One of Sundance Square’s newest retailers will soon be offering olive oil on tap. Oil and vinegar shop The Virgin Olive Oiler is set to open in Sundance Square “before holiday season,” Sundance Square announced Thursday. The 900 square-foot store will be located at 416 Commerce...

Posted By Anonymous on 2016 Jun 29 - 1:34pm

This aerial shot of Sundance Square Plaza shows the scene during Summer Movie Night, hosted in the Plaza every Wednesday in June. One July movie is scheduled this summer on July 7 thanks to rain cancellations. The movie screen sits at the base of The Westbrook. The Westbrook, though it looks...

Posted By Gail Bennison on 2016 Mar 28 - 12:23pm

Tracy Tarrant Gilmour

Looking for someone to market Sundance Square into the 21st century, Johnny Campbell, president and CEO, handed a recruiter a list of credentials. “Where am I going to find all that?” the recruiter asked. Turned out it was in Bedford. Tracy Gilmour, Director of Marketing the past 15...

Posted By Alison Rich on 2013 Oct 23 - 4:42pm

Channeling classic European gathering spots of yore, Sundance’s pedestrian-centric Plaza adds a cool new dimension to one of the most historic — and highly traversed — venues in town.

Fencing off the site during the construction phase, "The Biggest Comic Strip in Texas" starred the Sundance Kid on 36 panels. Workers put the finishing touches on the Plaza...

Posted By james.verheyen on 2012 Dec 11 - 10:24am

The Christmas spirit is in the air in downtown Fort Worth with the arrival and setup of a giant Christmas tree in the middle of Sundance Square.

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jul 2 - 5:04pm

From the enlightened offerings and expert service to upscale ambience and well thought-out spaces — top to bottom, back to front — Grace is a class act.

When you want fine dining but want to forgo stuffiness, you go to Grace. It’s your no-fail, go-to date night, touring out-of-town guests site or client-wooing spot. For starters the Organic Local Greens ($8) feature Tassione Farms greens, where the peppery arugula is allowed to speak for...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 Jun 4 - 1:53pm

The best things come in the smallest alleys.

by Jennifer Retter If Cowtown doesn’t bring jazz rifts to mind, maybe you just haven’t peered down the right alley. “When I saw the alley, the people selling it were like, ‘You probably don’t want to do this,’ ” owner Ricki Derek said. “I said,...

Posted By Anonymous on 2012 May 30 - 12:05pm

FWTX Staff

  was a groundbreaking, but it was also a party early in May when Sundance Square began an expansion in the 35-block office, retail and entertainment district that is the brainchild of developer Ed Bass. The project includes three buildings and the reconditioning of some existing ones and...

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