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Willow House Boutique brings unique shopping experience to Sundance Square this spring

  

Retail in 35-block development nears full occupancy

Spring is coming but shopping in Sundance Square is already blooming as the 35-block development adds welcomes Willow House Boutique.

Featuring a line-up of apparel, accessories, home-décor, gifts and more, the 2,410-square-foot store will open this spring at 317 Houston St.

“Kerrie and Craig Turner are the owners of two successful boutique stores in Celina and McKinney and are now bringing their style and expertise to Sundance Square,” Johnny Campbell, Sundance Square President/CEO, said in a news release. “Houston Street is a shopping destination not to be missed.”

Campbell added that with the new addition Sundance Square is at an all-time high for retail occupancy. .

“With the red-brick streets and a lively, welcoming environment of Sundance Square, we know Willow House will be a natural fit,” owner Kerrie Turner said in the release. “We love the sophisticated charm of Sundance Square and we will extend a warm shopping experience to all our guests.”

In 2017, Sundance Square opened Francesca’s, Parts Unknown, Istanbul and Yours Truly, the release stated. Additionally, Sundance Square features national retailers including White House Black Market, LOFT, Sunglass Hut, Jos A Bank, and H&M, as well as Houston Street Toy Company, Overland Sheepskin Company and Earthbound.

“We have created an incredible setting for shopping and entertainment that you won’t find anywhere else in North Texas,” Campbell said in the release. “Careful consideration goes into each merchant we bring to Sundance Square to keep a balance of entertainment, shopping, and restaurants to provide our visitors, downtown residents and office workers the greatest experience.”

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