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Petco, Spec’s Wine coming to Crossroads at Terrell

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Crossroads at Terrell

A rendering of the Crossroads at Terrell retail development.

Six new retailers will be coming to the Crossroads at Terrell after an announcement was made by CBRE Group, Inc. on Thursday, Oct. 25.

Petco, Spec’s Wine, Spirits and Finer Foods, Verizon, Upscale Nails and Spa, Chiangmai Thai and Sports Clips will all be a part of the 270,000 square foot retail development at the northwest corner of Interstate 20 and FM 148 in Terrell.

A 255-acre master-planned regional retail and mixed-used development, the Crossroads at Terrell will service the eastern side of DFW and the greater East Texas area.

The new retail development is located adjacent to North Texas’s first Buc-ee’s Travel Center and a 52-acre future Baylor Scott & White Health medical campus. Other retailers previously announced at the center include Film Alley, Hobby Lobby, Ross, Five Below, Rack Room Shoes, Ulta, Marshall’s, Whataburger, and Chick-Fil-A, among others.

These new tenants will join Film Alley Movie Entertainment Center, a 74,000-square-foot movie theatre, bowling alley, and entertainment facility which is under construction and scheduled to open in 2019. 

“Texas is a growing market that RealtyLink has been looking to get into for some time,” said Phil Wilson with RealtyLink. “With Dallas-Fort Worth adding well over 100,000 residents per year over the last several years, The Crossroads at Terrell is a great place to start. The development is located in a dynamic regional trade area with a population of more than 230,000 that serves all of Kaufman and Van Zandt counties, making it a primary retail development and commercial hub for the entire region. Kaufman County is the fourth fastest growing county in Texas and the fastest growing county in North Texas. We are excited to get started on construction immediately.”

 In addition to Buc-ee’s and Film Alley, the development is gaining momentum from a number of restaurants who have already opened, including Taco Bueno, Panda Express, Freddy’s Frozen Custard, Starbucks, Chipotle, Whataburger, Discount Tire, Taco Cabana, and Dairy Queen.  Marriott Fairfield Inn also opened earlier this year. 

Andrew Lehner with CBRE is marketing the project on behalf of RealtyLink. Shop space, restaurant space, and land parcels are still available.


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