Cox Farms to open in January at Sylvan Thirty

photoConstruction is going at a good clip over at the Sylvan Thirty development, where buildings are looking more complete every day.

The anchor tenant, Cox Farms Market, had been expected to open in December, but the opening date has moved to January because framing work was stalled by rain, says Cooper Smith Koch, a spokesman for the project’s developer, Oaxaca Interests LLC.

Once the grocer opens, expect to see other retail tenants opening in waves every six to eight weeks. Those tenants include Matador Meat and Wine, Pearl Cup coffee, Sync yoga studio and a fish market from chef Teiichi Sakurai of Tei An.

Residences are expected to be for lease in the four-story apartment building starting in February or March, and people could start moving around June.

By |2013-11-22T12:47:05-05:00November 22nd, 2013|Development, News|4 Comments

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  1. […] grocery store that’s supposed to open this month. [Update: It's been pushed back to January, according to Oak Cliff […]

  2. Rachel December 2, 2013 at 10:21 AM

    OK, I will have to look into that. It’s my understanding that the parking garage and first floor are partially underground because of the grade of the land.

  3. AD November 27, 2013 at 10:36 PM

    The underground parking level for the apartment building is not being built. The contractor is constructing a 5 story building with above ground parking instead of the promoted 4 story building with underground parking.

  4. Gay Revi November 24, 2013 at 5:50 PM

    Sure hope the new Cox doesn’t have the same odoriferous atmosphere as the store in Duncanville. Truly awful: the place smells like rotting fish.

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