Sylvan Thirty developer plans restaurant, retail on adjacent property

Oaxaca Interests, which built Sylvan Thirty, announced plans to redevelop an adjacent property for “a creative dining and retail space.”

The property, 660 Fort Worth Avenue at Yorktown Street, is the former W&B Refrigeration Service Co.

A release from Oaxaca states: “The original brick and metal structure, as well as its former loading areas, will be transformed into a family- and pet-friendly, indoor-outdoor destination.”

It comprises 10,000 square feet, and the company is looking for two-five restaurant and retail tenants.

San Antonio-based Lake Flato, which designed Sylvan Thirty, is designing the space, and Dallas-based Hocker Design Group will design the landscape.

By |2017-10-19T11:01:35-05:00October 19th, 2017|Development, News|1 Comment

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