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The Shops at Chisholm Trail Ranch, a retail development at the southeast corner of Chisholm Trail Parkway and McPherson Boulevard in Fort Worth, is now under construction.

The Shops at Chisholm Trail Ranch is a 35-acre regional retail, entertainment and dining destination. At 215,000-square-feet, the project includes 130,000-square-feet of premium, junior-anchor retail, a 40,000-square-foot movie theater, 44,000 square feet of fast casual restaurants and convenience retail, and eight outparcels.

The center was 70 percent pre-leased at closing on Dec. 18, 2018. The tenants include an array of brands, many of them national, such as Five Below, Old Navy, Famous Footwear, Ulta, Marshalls, Tuesday Morning, AT&T, Sprint, Great Clips, Sports Clips and Resort Nails & Spa. The center will also include a Whataburger and other dining options. David Copeland and Brian Waxler with EDGE Realty partners are handling the leasing for the center.

The Shops at Chisholm Trail Ranch will offer a plaza-like feel with connectivity in this rapidly growing area.

The Shops at Chisholm Trail is part of a larger, master-planned community, adjacent to the Chisholm

Trail Community Park, in one of the fastest growing areas in southwest Fort Worth. Once complete, the

development will include multifamily living, single-family homes and retail options. StreetLevel

Investments is developing and Arch-Con Corporation is constructing the retail power center. Keith

Bjerke, president of Bjerke Management Solutions, is the program manager.

“This balanced retail center will offer patrons a varied experience, blending entertainment with shopping,” said Anne Kuta, development director for StreetLevel Investments. “It is really adapting to patrons’ desires for well-rounded shopping options.”

The project is 15 minutes from downtown Fort Worth and 15 minutes from Cleburne to the shopping center. When Chisholm Trail Parkway opened in 2014, it created a connection between downtown and Fort Worth and Cleburne, ushering in expansion and development.

“This area is growing quickly, and it is great to be a part of bringing retail to this area,” said Marc

MacConnell, senior vice president of Arch-Con Corporation’s Retail Division. “The location makes it accessible from both Cleburne and Fort Worth and offers much-needed options for shopping and entertainment that it never had before.”

The project is scheduled to open in the spring of 2020.

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