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Southlake Town Square adding fitness company, clothing retailers and Hopdoddy

Southlake Town Square, where many national brands and retailers tend to open their initial locations in Tarrant County and sometimes North Texas, has three new tenants headed to the development.

Peloton, the in-home fitness and technology company, has committed to opening its first Tarrant County location in 2018 in Southlake Town Square. Founded in 2012, Peloton merged modern technology and fitness by providing access to live and on-demand fitness group classes led by elite NYC instructors.

Opening in the summer will be J. McLaughlin, the women’s and men’s boutique well-known for its decades of classic designs, as well as Scout & Molly’s, a stylish women’s boutique.

On the food side, Hopdoddy Burger Bar, the Austin-based burger sensation known for its all-natural, hormone-free burgers, will also open in Southlake Town Square this summer. Hopdoddy was created to express the perfect union of burgers and beer: combining handcrafted beer (“Hop”) with the nickname given to the native cow in Aberdeen, Scotland (“Doddy”). In Southlake, Hopdoddy will work alongside local brewers to pair craft beer with thoughtfully crafted burgers. Hopdoddy has locations in Dallas, Fort Worth and Euless.

“Providing the right mix and selection of tenants is important to us,” said Jason Kasal, vice president, senior leasing director, south region with Retail Properties of America, Inc. (RPAI), which owns and operates Southlake Town Square. “Being able to offer our shoppers the kind of brands that they want to be a part of, with the kind of products, experiences and food that they desire, is vital. We take our opportunity to build those brands into our offerings very seriously, and we are excited to hear our guests’ feedback.”

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