In-N-Out Burger to open at West 7th
Fort Worth, Texas Dallas-based Cypress Equities said Monday that burger chain In-N-Out Burger has signed a lease to open at the West 7th development in Fort Worth, Texas.
The new quick-serve restaurant is slated to open mid 2011, and will be In-N-Out’s fifth state, joining California, Arizona, Nevada and Utah.
Carl Van Fleet, VP real estate & development said, “When searching for the ideal site for In-N-Out Burger, we do our due diligence to find primary corridors of activity and vibrancy. West 7th fits that requirement nicely.”
West 7th is a mixed-use, pedestrian-friendly community on 13 acres near Fort Worth’s business and cultural districts, and offers retail, entertainment, office and residential. Its retail and office components are being developed by a Cypress Equities company and the residential component by Columbus Realty Partners.
Anthropologie set to debut accessories concept
New York City Anthropologie will premier its accessories-only format on Oct. 29, in Chevy Chase, Md., according to Women’s Wear Daily.
The 1,4000-sq.-ft. store will feature shoes, handbags, scarves, costume and fine jewelry, and in a first for the brand, estate and antique jewelry, the report said.
Dick’s Sporting Goods names new board member
PITTSBURGH Dick’s Sporting Goods announced that Jacqualyn Fouse has been elected to the company’s board of directors.
Effective September 27, Fouse will be joining Celgene Corporation, a global biopharmaceutical company, to serve as its CFO. Since July 2007, she has served as the CFO of Bunge Limited, a global agribusiness and food company.
“We are pleased to welcome Jackie to our board,” said Edward Stack, chairman and CEO. “She is well seasoned in the world of finance with nearly 30 years of experience. Her combined insight and expertise will be an excellent contribution to and further enhancement of the Dick’s Sporting Goods board.”