Farmers Branch Mustang Station Mixed-use Project Will Feature Restaurant Tenants

Developers are lining up new retail tenants for a transit-oriented, 5-building development in Farmers Branch.The Shops at Mustang Station is part of a mixed-use development located at Valley View Lane and Bee Street near a DART commuter rail station.Canada-based Western Securities is building the 40,000-square-foot restaurant and retail village.The new center will be anchored by a 10,000- square-foot Cox Farms Market and the 8,000-square-foot Cedar Creek Brewhouse & Eatery.Leasing agents with Shop Cos. have also recently signed deals with Red Stix, Roots Southern Table, Starwood Café and Victoria's Mexican Kitchen restaurants.Red Stix is an Asian street food eatery, which will be started by chef Uno Immanivong who has the popular Chino Chinatown in Trinity Groves in West Dallas."Red Stix Street Food is a great complement to The Shops because it adds to the diversity of Farmers Branch eateries and mirrors the families within the community," Immanivong said in a statement. "The Red Stix team is looking forward to feeding families and communities with food created to nourish our souls."Dallas chef Tiffany Derry will open the Roots Southern Table restaurant in 2,000 square feet."The Shops at Mustang Station, located in the heart of the Metroplex, is creating the experience of a small town feel with great local shops and restaurants," Derry said.Victoria's Mexican Kitchen - known as The Victoria Restaurant - is relocating from within Farmers Branch to a new 4,034-square-foot space at the Shops at Mustang Station.""It allows 'The Victoria' family to continue operating right at home in the middle of Farmers Branch, where its roots were laid and its branches have grown long and strong," owner Francisca Alvarado said.Violeta and Andy Rushiti will open the Starwood Café with a breakfast-and-lunch concept menu.The first restaurants will open early next year."These restaurants deliver distinctive flavors, offering modern and crafted takes on traditional dishes, capturing the very spirit of our community," Marc Footlik, development partner at Western Securities, said in a statement.The Shops at Mustang Station will join more than 440 apartments that have already been developed in the project.The first phase of Mustang Station apartments opened in 2013.  Continue reading...

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