Southlake Town Square

Southlake Town Square
Location Southlake, Texas, USA
Coordinates 32°56′37″N 97°07′51″W / 32.94362°N 97.13074°W / 32.94362; -97.13074Coordinates: 32°56′37″N 97°07′51″W / 32.94362°N 97.13074°W / 32.94362; -97.13074
Opening date 1999
Developer Cooper & Stebbins
Management RPAI Southwest Management
Owner RPAI
No. of stores and services 95+
Total retail floor area 840,288 sq ft

Southlake Town Square is a unique, open-air lifestyle shopping district with more than 120 shops and dozens of fine restaurants in the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex whose reputation has been recognized throughout the country. Nestled in the heart of Southlake and within minutes of the DFW International Airport, shoppers can experience a place where today’s best brands in fashion and retail meet the charm of a timeless Town Square.

Traditional to contemporary offerings and amenities can be found throughout the 130-acre Town Square. Shoppers can celebrate with friends and savor the diverse options of fine and casual dining. Quaint boutiques to couture clothiers, fine jewelry, an Upscale Hilton Hotel, Harkins Cine Capri Theater, and beautiful water fountains and green space parks are just a glimpse of what makes up the atmosphere of the well-loved shopping district.

The Town Square is kept lively with a year-round calendar of music and special events, including Oktoberfest and the nationally ranked Art in the Square event.


The plans to develop open pastures into an upscale downtown for the City of Southlake began back in the 90's. Shortly after plans were approved by the city council, Cooper & Stebbins began developing phase I of the Southlake Town Square master plan. Phase I consisted of 250,000 sq ft of the Southlake Town Hall, City of Southlake Public Library, a signature square with extensive landscaping, Rustin Park with a gazebo and pond, four blocks of retail with office overhead, and the only Post Office in the area. Once phase I was built, Southlake Town Square quickly became a hit. In 2006, Cooper & Stebbins opened phase II of Southlake Town Square . Promised to be more entertainment than the original phase, the later phase has become synonymous with fashion and entertainment with luxury boutiques such as Michael Kors, Coach, Oakley, and J.Crew. Centered on a cobblestone fountain plaza reminiscent of Europe, phase II is now the busiest part of Southlake Town Square.






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