Trademark Property Co. has added to tenants to its WestBend mixed-use development, both new to the Fort Worth market.
Coming to WestBend will be CorePower Yoga and Drybar, a yoga studio and blow dry bar respectively.
CorePower Yoga offers climate-controlled studios, a retail boutique, and spa-inspired changing rooms, showers, lockers and vanity areas. The 4,079-square-foot studio will offer yoga classes for all fitness levels and is slated to open in early 2016, next to HG Sply Co.
Drybar provides blowouts, updos, and offers its own line of hair styling products and tools available for purchase. The WestBend location will occupy 1,809 square feet and is slated to open in early 2016, across from Pax & Parker.
“CorePower Yoga and Drybar are two fresh and successful companies that fit well with the lifestyle needs we are working to meet at WestBend,” said Terry Montesi, CEO of Trademark Property Co. “We’re excited that we continue to see a high level of leasing activity as WestBend nears completion, and we can’t wait to unveil all of the redevelopment efforts that will make this a standout property.”
CorePower Yoga and Drybar will join the lineup of current WestBend tenants, including The Fresh Market, East Hampton Sandwich Co., Zoë’s Kitchen and Silver Fox. In addition, Pax & Parker and Woodhouse Day Spa will be open by the end of the year. HG Sply Co. and Tyler’s are expected to open in early 2016.
In addition to the new retailers, WestBend has installed a series of five large-scale photographic murals by local artist Devon Nowlin. Collectively titled “Lookbook Fort Worth,” the artworks depict individual subjects who are seen gazing upon imagery in printed catalogues from a
Based on a similar series of photographs that Nowlin exhibited at Artspace 111 in the Spring of 2015, “Lookbook Fort Worth”adapts the imagery of advertising and substitutes local Fort
Worthians for fashion models.
Devon Nowlin is a native of Fort Worth who holds a BFA from the University of North Texas and an MFA from Texas Christian University. Her work is represented in North Texas by Artspace 111 and in Houston by David Shelton Gallery.