Friday, October 30, 2015

Regency Centers Announces Phase II of CityLine Market in Metro Dallas

The Phase II portion is 100 percent pre-leased and will include a 12,900-square-foot CVS/Pharmacy and new restaurants.


RICHARDSON, TEXAS — Regency Centers Corp., an owner, operator and developer of grocery-anchored shopping centers, has closed on the land for Phase II of its CityLine Market development in Richardson. The Phase II portion is 100 percent pre-leased and will include a 12,900-square-foot CVS/Pharmacy and new restaurants encompassing 9,000 square feet.

The newest restaurants to join CityLine Market include Super Chix, Pho is for Lovers and Piada Italian Street Food. Super Chix’s menu includes chicken sandwiches, fries and frozen custard. Pho is For Lovers serves Vietnamese food including beef pho, tofu summer rolls and banh mi sandwiches.

Piada serves Italian street food. CityLine Market is anchored by Whole Foods Market, contains nearly 102,000 square feet of retail and will serve as the cornerstone of the CityLine mixed-use development. The center is 98 percent leased. The construction of Phase II is expected to start late this year.

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