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Digitally native brands to open at Southlake Town Square

BY Jennifer Setteducato

Three brands that got their start online will open at a Southlake, Texas, mixed-use center late this summer.

Specialty eyewear retailer Warby Parker; Casper, known for its mattress-in-a-box delivery; and UNTUCKit, which specializes in shirts designed specifically to be worn untucked, are joining the tenant roster at Southlake Town Square. The center features 120 specialty retail shops and restaurants, a 14-screen theater, hotel, offices, city and county government buildings, a U.S. Post Office and residential brownstones coexist.

Also coming to Southlake are 7 For All Mankind, TravisMathew and Sugarboo & Co. All are expected to open late this summer in time for back-to-school shopping.

Southlake Town Square is owned and operated by a subsidiary of RPAI.

“Our goal is to offer our guests experiences they can’t find elsewhere,” said Jason Kasal, VP and senior leasing director – western division with Retail Properties of America, Inc. (“RPAI”), which owns and operates Southlake Town Square. “The evolving retailer mix we have in Southlake Town Square gives our shoppers first-hand access to these digitally native brands in an authentic and personable way.”

Also coming to Southlake late this summer are 7 For All Mankind, TravisMathew and Sugarboo & Co. are all expected to open late this summer before the back-to-school shopping season.

LUSH Fresh Handmade Cosmetics, Coldwater Creek and Shake Shack have recently opened at Southlake.

Warby Parker and UNTUCKit are past winners of Chain Store Age’s Breakout Retailers Awards.

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