The City of Richardson has seen extensive revitalization of
its retail sector over the past 10 years: more than half of the 50+ shopping
centers have been redeveloped, remodeled, or have new ownership, and seven new
centers constructed or expanded.
Richardson’s shopping centers are primarily community and
neighborhood retail centers. Strong
daytime employment drives the restaurant sector of Richardson’s retail, but
with the added growth of multi-family units in the city, the demand for more
retail-related options continues to grow.
There are 12 grocery-anchored centers and several smaller
ethnic grocery stores.
- Tom Thumb (3 stores)
- 3411 Custer Pkwy in Custer Crossing – NWC of
Custer at Renner Rd.
- 1380 W Campbell Rd in Lennox Shopping Center -
NEC Campbell at Coit Rd.
- 810 W Arapaho Rd in Arapaho Village - SWC of
Arapaho at West Shore Dr ·
- Kroger (2 stores)
- 160 N Coit Rd in Promenade South – NEC of Coit
at Belt Line Rd.
- 536 Centennial Blvd – SWC of Centennial at
- Walmart Neighborhood Market, 1501 Buckingham Rd.
- Whole Foods Market, 1411 E Renner Rd. – NEC of Renner at Plano Rd. ·
- Albertsons, 2165 E Buckingham Rd. – NWC of Buckingham at Jupiter Rd. ·
- Super Target, 601 S Plano Rd. – NEC of Plano at E. Spring Valley Rd. ·
- Sprouts Farmers Market, 1343 W Campbell Rd. – SEC of Campbell at Coit Rd. ·
- Fiesta, 1332 S Plano Rd. – NWC of Plano at Buckingham Rd. ·
- Aldi, 1549 E Belt Line Rd.
Ethnic grocery stores
- Good Fortune Super Market, 400 N Greenville Ave
in the DFW Chinatown Shopping Center
- Indo-Pak Market, 323 S Polk St. at Greenville
- India Bazaar, 1425 E Belt Line Rd in the
Richardson Village Shopping Center
- Sara’s Market & Bakery, 750 S Sherman Dr., a
Mediterranean & Indo-European specialties
- Shahrzad Mediterranean Market & Grill, 970 N
Coit Rd. – SEC of Coit at Arapaho Rd.
On most Saturdays and Sundays, the Four Seasons European
Market holds an open-air market at 2 Richardson locations. The market features seasonal
produce, organic, non-GMO meats, fresh desserts, candies, pastas, seasonings,
breads, nuts and dairy items. There are
non-food vendors as well that offer items from local artists including jewelry,
garden décor, home décor and more. Vendors
may vary throughout the year. Check the website for dates and vendor
Saturdays: 677 W Campbell Rd. 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Sundays: 101 S Coit Rd, Dal-Rich Towne Square across
from Richardson Mercantile 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
New, Remodeled, or
Redeveloped Retail Centers
CityLine Market - Richardson’s exciting new destination retail and
commercial development includes over 2 million SF of office, restaurants and
retail at E Renner and Plano Rd. Dining
options at CityLine include Jasper's, Fernando's, Good Union Urban BBQ, Coal
Vines Pizza/Wine Bistro, Tom & Chee, Edoko Sushi & Robata, Tricky Fish
CityLine Market is anchored by Whole Foods Market and includes eight restaurants:
Modern Market, PeiWei, Luna Grill, Smashburger, Taco Diner, Super Chix, Piada
Italian Street Food, Jimmy John’s and Pho is for Lovers in addition to 11
retail and service businesses.
II Creeks Plaza - 60,000 SF of
restaurants/services/shopping in the heart of Richardson’s prestigious Canyon
Creek neighborhood; includes Pearl Cup Coffee, Shady's Burger Joint,
Marcus Cafe, Frankie's Mexican Cuisine, Crull Fitness, II Creeks Day
Spa, Beyond the Door Gift and Design shop, Slate Venue (weddings,
corporate and community events), Sweet Firefly Ice Cream Shop,
Dietrichson Fine Homes/ Builder, Sway Dance Co., Tannery & Co. Wealth
Richardson Heights Shopping Center - 200,000+ SF at 100 S Central
Expressway at Belt Line Rd. (SWC). Major tenants: TJ Maxx, Party City, Sketchers, Half Price Books. 12 restaurants including Aboca's Italian
Grill, Haystack Burgers & Barley, Taco Joint, Krispy Kreme, Donut Shop, Tasty
Tails seafood, Texadelphia, Masami Japanese Cuisine, Kabobi Fresh Mediterranean,
and the newest, Cinnaholic Gourmet Cinnamon Rolls.
Heights is also home to the first Alamo
Drafthouse Cinema in
Dallas/Ft. Worth. This unique
theater concept that began in Austin in the late 1990’s has redefined the
movie experience with its unique promotions and community activities in
addition to offering thematic and creative dining options. Heights is owned/managed by Hartman REIT,
Leasing by Structure Commercial, Eric Deuillet and Jeremy Cummings.
Lennox Shopping Center
- 190,000 square feet on Coit Road at Campbell Road. Colorfully painted facades added in 2008. Anchored by Tom Thumb grocery store, there are 11 restaurants including Mi Cocina, La Madeleine, The String Bean, Cappuccino Italian Bistro, and Mooyah Burgers. Center is owned/leased by Quine & Associates, Alan Sandgarten
Dal-Rich Towne Square
– 150,000 square
feet Coit and Belt Line (SEC). Remodeled in 2007 and again in 2014, the
center has six restaurants: Jason's Deli, Thai Soon, McDonald's, Big
Shuck's Oyster Bar, WingBucket and its new venue, Imperial Noodle. Anchor
tenants include Richardson
, 300 booths of art, home decor, antiques, collectibles, and florals,
a Dollar Tree and a 2nd location of local retailer Sleep
Central. The center is owned/managed
by Cencor Realty, Leasing contact is Joey Keffler
Richardson Village - 108,000 square feet
on E. Belt Line at Plano Road. Tear down/ remodel in 2007. Anchored
by LA Fitness,three restaurants: Jimmy John's, Dos Charros, Golden Joy BBQ
Palm Beach Tan, Elements Massage, India Bazaar/grocery, Goodyear Tire &
150,000 square feet on Plano Road at Buckingham Road (NW). Façade
improvements in 2007. Anchored by Fiesta grocery store Big Lots,
Family Dollar. Leased by Quine & Associates, Sandra Chapman
Buckingham Square - 64,000 square
feet, also at Plano Road and Buckingham (NE). Key tenant: Fallas
Discount Clothing. Owner/leasing, Phillips Edison Company.
The Shire - 76,000 square feet at
Jupiter Road at Hwy 190/President George Bush Turnpike. A high quality,
luxury retail and service/office development that includes Silver Fox
Steakhouse and casual dining restaurants: Ye Shire Tavern, Main
Street Bistro/Bakery, Thai's Thumbz Urban Kitchen and Apollonia's Italian
Kitchen. Other tenants include Bright
Horizons childcare facility, several medical offices and Republic Title Co. Huey Investments purchased this center in
The Shire II
buildings with thtrr restaurants: Texas
a fine dining venue by Dallas restaurateur Dale Wamstad, Casa
, a Mexican food venue owned by John Barrileaux who also has Ye
Shire Tavern, and Liberty
, a high-end burger venue from Gene Street’s family. Shire II also has a luxury shop of new and
vintage items, Consignment Embassy, Renegade Cigar bar, the
Richardson/Garland office of Ebby Halliday Realtors and Texas Primary Care medical
office. Dale Wamstad is the owner of
The Shire II.
Promenade North Shopping Center
Promenade North Shopping Center
176,000 square feet on Arapaho Road at Coit Rd. Multi-building
center purchased by Hartman REIT in 2008. Façade remodel was done in 2009. Restaurants
include Wingstop, Monta Ramen, and the Grill at Shahrzad Market. Other tenants include Rockler Woodworking
and Hardware, B&B Resale and Consignment Shop, various medical
offices, the Repertory Company Theatre and Texas Ballet Theater School. The
center is owned by Hartman REIT and leased by Eric Deuillet
Richardson Square - 400,000 square
feet, Simon-owned center on Plano Road at E. Belt Line.
Anchors are Super Target, Sears, Lowe's Home Improvement, Ross
Dress for Less and Shoe Carnival. Bank of America, Whataburger and
Panda Express have pads on Plano Rd. Pollo Loco is replacing the Chevron
station on the SEC. Center is owned and managed by WP Glimcher group.