The Hill Adds Tenants as Transformation of What Was an Underused Dallas Intersection Evolves

The Hill shopping center at the northeast corner of Walnut Hill and N. Central Expressway in Dallas is making a big statement about the future of retail with its multi-year redevelopment.So far, it's an example of how many shopping centers are going to be filled with plenty of places to spend money, but with few actual retail stores that sell things and more restaurants and services.The Hill said it is adding seven new tenants to its 16 restaurants and salons there now by the end of the year. Three are eateries:-- Hello Dumpling, a family-owned restaurant specializing in dumplings, noodles and brewed teas.-- Pop Factory, artisanal popsicles made with not artificial flavors, colors or sweeteners.-- Casa Verona, a Greek and Italian restaurant.The other four are services:-- F45 Training, a group workout community-- Kibble Pet Grooming, a luxury pet care brand for dogs.-- Shine Hot Pilates + Sculpt, a boutique fitness studio.-- Hiatus Spa + Retreat, a luxury spaceOwnership, management and leasing of The Hill are all Dallas-based companies.  Continue reading...

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