Sync Yoga signs on to Syvlan | Thirty

Yoga is part of the plan for Sylvan | Thirty, the retail development at Fort Worth Avenue and Sylvan.

Sync Yoga has leased a 2,000-square-foot space in a two-story building at the planned development. Husband-and-wife owners Jennifer Lawson and Charles Gaby, whose current studio is in the Bishop Arts District, also are planning a roof deck for sunrise and sunset yoga classes, with views of downtown.

Other tenants for the center include Cox Farms Market, Matador Meat & Wine, Pearl Cup Coffee and a culinary incubator overseen by chef Sharon Hage.


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  1. […] Other tenants announced are Pearl Cup coffee, a culinary incubator directed by chef Sharon Hage, and Sync Yoga, with its rooftop deck. […]

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