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Business Ridglea Village getting a slice of Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop

Ridglea Village getting a slice of Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop

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Mmmm, pie, as Homer Simpson would say.

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop, a Southern-style pie shop offering scratch-made pies and other handmade desserts, has leased 1,198 square feet of space in Ridglea Village, a historical retail center located at 6040 Camp Bowie, for its first Fort Worth location.

Gretchen Miller and Stephen Wise with Weitzman handled negotiations as exclusive project representatives for Ridglea Village. TK Dorsey with Burt Ladner Real Estate represented the shop.

Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop has several area locations, including in Mansfield, Frisco, Arlington and Colleyville, but this is the first Fort Worth location.

If Buttermilk Sky Pie Shops seems familiar, you might have seen the founders, Scott and Meredith Layton, on the Cooking Channel when they won the channel’s Sugar Showdown.

At Ridglea Village, Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop joins a line-up that includes Haltom’s Jewelers, La Madeleine, Campisi’s, Rusty Taco and several others. Buttermilk Sky Pie Shop operates several franchised locations in Dallas-Fort Worth and throughout the South.

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