FOODHALL at Crockett Row welcomes Monkey King Noodle Company

APRIL 2019 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – FOODHALL at Crockett Row will welcome a new operator, Monkey King Noodle Company, on April 26. Featured in D Magazine, Dallas Observer and Eater Dallas for its hand-pulled noodle dishes, owner and chief noodle maker Andrew Chen will bring authentic Northern Chinese street food to Fort Worth.

Inspired by the night markets of China and Taiwan, diners can expect to enjoy housemade noodle dishes, soups, salads, as well as several types of dumplings, including pork dumplings and edamame dumplings. Monkey King Noodle Company will replace Rollin’ N Bowlin’, which will open a larger brick-and-mortar store in downtown Fort Worth after April 21.

FOODHALL at Crockett Row also has a new happy hour on weekdays from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m., offering $3 off draft beer and wines by the glass, as well as $5 frozen and on-tap cocktails, such as a French 75 and Moscow mule.

Several operators at the FOODHALL, including Butler’s Cabinet, EB2 and Press Waffle Co. have also recently extended evening hours via new walk-up windows for late night traffic. In coordination with the extended hours, FOODHALL has debuted new weekend entertainment. On Fridays and Saturdays, live local music will play from 7 to 11 p.m., followed by a DJ from 11 p.m. to 1 a.m. On Thursdays, a DJ will play from 7 to 11 p.m.

Additionally, Bar Seven has launched a Cocktails for a Cause initiative to provide FOODHALL at Crockett Row guests a way to give back to local non-profits. When guests purchase beverages at the bar during an eligible fundraising night, up to 20 percent of sales, excluding tax and gratuity, will be donated to the featured non-profit. Cocktails for a Cause events will be announced on FOODHALL at Crockett Row’s Facebook. Non-profits can learn more and apply online at foodhallatcrockettrow.com/cocktails-for-a-cause.

FOODHALL at Crockett Row is open Sundays through Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursdays from 11 a.m. to midnight and Fridays & Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m.

For more information, visit foodhallatcrockettrow.com or crockettrow.com.

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.

Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.

For more information, visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT FOODHALL AT CROCKETT ROW
The first of its kind in Fort Worth, Texas, FOODHALL at Crockett Row is a 16,000 square foot dining destination that houses best-in-class operators under one roof. Vendors include John Tesar’s Knife Burger, Butler’s Cabinet from chef Joshua Harmon, Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth from chef Victor Villarreal and many more. FOODHALL at Crockett Row is managed by Hospitality Alliance, a bi-coastal hospitality management, development and consulting firm.

For more information, visit foodhallatcrockettrow.com and follow FOODHALL at Crockett Row on Facebook and Instagram.

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Crockett Row announces upcoming opening of STIRR

FEBRUARY 2019 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Crockett Row at West 7th will welcome STIRR when it opens at 3028 Crockett St. later this year. STIRR is a trendy, yet approachable neighborhood restaurant and bar that offers lunch, dinner, weekend brunch, happy hour and late night options.

Well-known for its weekend brunch, STIRR’s most popular menu items include the giant housemade cinnamon roll, the STIRR croissandwich and banana nut, pineapple or mixed berry stuffed French toast.

STIRR is also known for providing “Instagrammable” moments for diners to engage with the space – from vibrant tile backdrops to neon signage and stairs with inspirational messages.

“Crockett Row is thrilled to welcome STIRR to Fort Worth,” said Monica Bermea, marketing director of Crockett Row. “STIRR’s fun vibe and menu of delicious dishes and drinks will be a great addition for Fort Worth locals and visitors to enjoy.”

The popular cocktail bar and restaurant has a location in Dallas’s Deep Ellum neighborhood. The opening date of its Fort Worth location at Crockett Row will be announced in the coming months.

For more information, visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.

Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.

FOODHALL at Crockett Row Announces December Grand Opening

FOODHALL at Crockett Row Announces December Grand Opening

Chefs Joshua Harmon & Victor Villarreal to debut new concepts

 NOVEMBER 7, 2018 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – FOODHALL at Crockett Row is proud to announce several new vendors as it prepares for its grand opening on Dec. 7 & 8. The first of its kind in Fort Worth, FOODHALL at Crockett Row will offer cuisines from many local chefs and purveyors including Knife Burger from chef John Tesar, Butler’s Cabinet from chef Joshua Harmon, Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth from chef Victor Villarreal, Not Just Q, Rollin’ n Bowlin’, Press Waffle Co., EB2, The Dock, Shawarma Bar, Aina Poke Co. and Gigi’s Cupcakes.

Eater Dallas’ 2017 chef of the year, Joshua Harmon, will open Butler’s Cabinet, a deli and marketplace inspired by a love of discovering treats in his mother’s pantry as a child. The menu will include sandwiches such as the Deviled Belly Melt with housemade American cheese and maple-miso smoked onions, as well as the County Ham with sour cherry, fresh cheese, housemade koji butter and greens. Harmon will source produce locally and make many ingredients in house, including smoked and cured meats, cheeses and pickles. Handcrafted beverages will include The Fig Lebowski, a cold brew with fig-espresso syrup and the Black Fog London made with Earl Grey tea, vanilla syrup and charcoal milk.

Chef Victor Villarreal, who once worked for fellow FOODHALL chef John Tesar, will debut Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth, a housemade pizza and sausage concept. The namesake signature pizza will feature a sausage meatball-stuffed crust with ricotta and pear relish topped with more sausage. Other menu items include a variety of calzones and the Woodstock pizza with ricotta, goat cheese, honey, caramelized onion and blueberries.

Rollin’ n Bowlin’, Fort Worth’s first açaí bowl-focused establishment, will transition from a food truck to a brick-and-mortar spot. Started in 2016 by Sophia Karbowski and Austin Patry, then two entrepreneurial management students at Texas Christian University, Rollin’ n Bowlin’ has built a local following of people passionate about fast healthy food options. Unique menu items will include fresh açaí and pitaya bowls with fun names like Coco Loco and Guac My World.

A Mexican street food-inspired concept from Dallas chef Justin Box called EB2 will feature an elotes bar with inventive toppings and a rotating menu of fruite con chile. EB2 will source ingredients from Mexico, as well as local farms for staple menu items such as trolelotes, a popular wintertime snack. Box will make tajin and other chili powder blends in-house. Uniquely, EB2 will feature a walk-up window for those looking for a quick bite on-the-go.

Dallas food truck The Dock will bring its mouthwatering coastal seafood fare to Fort Worth for the first time. The chef-driven menu from Brett Curtis will include Terrapin crab cake sliders served with pesto and smoked bacon, New England-style lobster rolls and dynamite shrimp, a sweet and spicy dish served with an Asian slaw.

Shawarma Bar, a Mediterranean street food concept from owner Yasar Khalaf, will offer a menu of roasted meats and customizable shawarma bowls with fresh toppings. A number of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options will also be available.

Aina Poke Co. will serve traditional Hawaiian poke, marinating the fish to give it more flavor. Owner Kevin Nguyen Ho will source high quality, sushi-grade fish and fresh vegetables to create poke bowls with vibrant toppings such as pickled cucumber made in-house.

Gigi’s Cupcakes will offer a wide variety of high-quality, freshly baked goods, including cupcakes, cakes, cookies and more. Gluten friendly cupcakes, as well as unique flavors and local favorites will also be available.

Additionally, a full service Knife Bar will be centrally located in the food hall, encouraging diners to enjoy craft cocktails, select cocktails on tap, wines by the bottle and on tap, as well as a rotating selection of frozen cocktails, such as a French 75 or Moscow mule. Beers will be available on draft and in cans or bottles with a emphasis on local and regional offerings.

These vendors will join the previously announced Knife Burger from chef John Tesar, Press Waffle Co. and Not Just Q.

“FOODHALL at Crockett Row will offer some of the best cuisines that the Dallas-Fort Worth food scene has to offer all in one place,” said Monica Bermea, marketing director at Crockett Row. “Crockett Row is excited to bring locals Fort Worth’s first food hall and provide a fun and delicious dining experience.”

FOODHALL at Crockett Row will celebrate its grand opening weekend on Dec. 7 & 8 with live music, giveaways and more fun for the whole family.

The 16,000 square-foot FOODHALL at Crockett Row is located at 3000 Crockett St. in Fort Worth. It will be open Sundays through Wednesdays from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m., Thursdays from 11 a.m. to midnight and Fridays & Saturdays from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. For more information, visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on FacebookTwitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row, which is slated to open in 2018.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.

Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.

For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on FacebookTwitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT FOODHALL AT CROCKETT ROW

The first of its kind in Fort Worth, Texas, FOODHALL at Crockett Row is a 16,000 square foot dining destination that houses best-in-class operators under one roof. Vendors include John Tesar’s Knife Burger, Butler’s Cabinet from chef Joshua Harmon, Abe Froman’s of Fort Worth from chef Victor Villarreal and many more.

FOODHALL at Crockett Row is managed by Hospitality Alliance, a bi-coastal hospitality management, development and consulting firm.

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City of Fort Worth – West Seventh Street Safety Improvements

Source: The City of Fort Worth website. http://fortworthtexas.gov/transportation/west-seventh-improvements/

City of Fort Worth – West Seventh Street Safety Improvements

Safety, walkability and accessibility improvements for the thriving West Seventh Street neighborhood, one of Fort Worth’s fastest growing areas, are underway. These improvements are designed to protect the public and include the conversion of some streets to one-way streets, additional parking at Farrington Field, installation of parking meters, sidewalk improvements, more police resources during peak hours, operation of a circulator bus and right-of-way from the Trinity River west to University Drive improvements for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and transit users.
One-way streets
Morton, Bledsoe, Norwood and Foch streets in the West Seventh Street core will be converted to one-way streets to help with crowd control, improve access for emergency vehicles and reduce vehicle-pedestrian conflicts.
The new alignment is expected to be in place by mid-July after Currie and Lancaster intersection construction is finished and open to vehicular traffic. Capital cost is $120,000.
Farrington Field parking
Pay parking at the Fort Worth school district’s Farrington Field is already in place on Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. Under a new agreement, 400 spaces of free parking will be available 24 hours a day beginning in early August. This effort is funded by the West Seventh Restaurant and Bar Association.
The free parking availability will coincide with the opening of the new Trail Drive Extension adjacent to Farrington Field and the reopening of the Curry Street/Lancaster Avenue intersection.
Parking meters
The city plans to install up to 250 parking meters in July in and near the West Seventh Urban Village core. Parking fees will be in effect from 10 a.m.-10 p.m. The meters are expected to pay for themselves in the first year of operation.
Sidewalk improvements
Priorities include filling gaps in the existing sidewalk network, building sidewalks where none exist, and repairs to sidewalks. The cost is expected to be about $1 million, and construction will begin in November 2018 and run through May 2019.
Police resources
Additional Fort Worth Police officers will be assigned to the West Division for a four-month trial, from May through August 2018, to assist in the West Seventh area. In addition, a police substation will open at the nearby Montgomery Plaza in June.
The Dash circulator bus
Beginning Spring 2019, an electric bus circulator, called The Dash, with proposed hours of 10 a.m. – 10 p.m. weekdays and until 12:30 a.m. on Thursday, Friday and Saturday will begin operations. The route will link Currie Street to downtown destinations, the Intermodal Transportation Center and the Cultural District.
Annual operating cost is estimated at $1.4 million. Trinity Metro will fund 75 percent, and the City of Fort Worth has committed $150,000 per year for three years, with the private sector funding the balance.
Right of way improvements
The voter-approved 2018 bond program will provide $8 million to improve the right of way from the Trinity River west to University Drive for motorists, pedestrians, cyclists and transit users.
Proposed improvements include upgraded traffic and pedestrian signals and railroad crossing, shared bus/bike lanes, a landscaped median, mid-block crosswalks with pedestrian islands, and sidewalk and street light improvements.

Crockett Row Announces Call for Artists for New Public Art Program Launch

Crockett Row at West 7th Announces Call for Artists

for New Public Art Program Launch

Future outdoor gallery will celebrate creativity, community

 MARCH 29, 2018 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Crockett Row at West 7th has announced a call for artists for the launch of its new public art program this year. With the goal to establish a mixed-medium outdoor gallery designed to celebrate creativity and community in Fort Worth, Crockett Row will collaborate with emerging and established artists on a number of projects, beginning with a series of three murals to be completed this summer.

Crockett Row is looking for selected artists to create engaging, inspirational and colorful murals that capture the energy of its location in the thriving Cultural District. Two murals will be located at the Currie Street entrance of the north parking garage and the other one will welcome visitors outside of the forthcoming FOODHALL at Crockett Row. Artists can apply and learn more at bit.ly/crockettrowmuralproposals. Submissions are due May 18, and selected artists will be notified by May 31.

As a part of the Cultural District, Crockett Row has long supported the local arts scene by hosting annual events like the Chalk Art Festival and establishing partnerships with arts organizations including the Arts Council of Fort Worth. Since 2014, it has also been home to ART7, a satellite gallery of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center, a division of the Arts Council of Fort Worth.

“The installation of new public art is the natural next step in Crockett Row’s progression as a Cultural District destination,” said Monica Bermea, the marketing director at Crockett Row. “We look forward to working together with many talented artists to create a one-of-a-kind outdoor gallery.”

Other upcoming projects include a kids’ art wall designed to inspire creativity amongst Fort Worth’s youngest minds; the city’s first “Before I Die” wall where locals and visitors alike can share their hopes for the future; neon lighting in the paseos to enhance wayfinding; a signature mural to inspire social media sharing; and yarn-bombing, a type of street art.

For more information, visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row, which is slated to open in 2018.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.

Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio. FOODHALL at Crockett Row is managed by Hospitality Alliance, a bi-coastal hospitality management, development & consulting firm.

For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on FacebookTwitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th) with the hashtags #crockettrowatwest7th and #crockettrow.

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Food Hall at Crockett Row Announces New Culinary Vendors

Four new local culinary vendors will join the FOODHALL at Crockett Row when it opens later this year. The teams behind Tokyo Café, Press Waffle Co. and Not Just Q are the latest operators to join previously announced vendors Knife Burger by John Tesar and The Dapper Doughnut.

Inspired by their west side restaurant Tokyo Café, owners Jarry & Mary Ho and chef Kevin Martinez will open a fresh sushi concept at the food hall. Sushi offerings will include some of the most popular rolls from the restaurant, as well as a selection of new menu items exclusive to the food hall. Catering to nearby office workers and residents, the concept will offer both counter-service and a number of grab-and-go options.

Press Waffle Co., owned by brothers Bryan and Caleb Lewis, will feature housemade authentic Belgian waffles and locally roasted coffee. The dough-based, Liege-style waffles made with Belgian pearl sugar come in sweet and savory varieties, such as The House (Nutella, cookie butter and fresh cut strawberries with housemade whipped cream) and The Soulman (fried chicken tenders, bacon crumbles and pure maple syrup). A build-your-own option will allow customers to choose from a number of toppings, including peanut butter, sprinkles, fruit, nuts and more. Press Waffle Co. also has a location at the Legacy Food Hall in Plano.

Former Texas Christian University football star David Hawthorne will open Not Just Q, a from-scratch barbecue-and-more spot. The popular food truck has amassed a following in Dallas for chef Eric Hansen’s unique menu of barbecue, inventive sides and other dishes, such as brisket nachos and tacos served with a Mexican slaw. The menu at the food hall will include Fort Worth-only exclusives and a monthly rotating feature chosen by customers.

Additionally, FOODHALL at Crockett Row will feature art and music programming. Local artists and TCU student artists will provide visual works for display in the covered paseo leading to the entrance. There will also be a regular schedule of live music from local and regionally-known performers to encourage diners to enjoy a leisurely experience.

The 16,000 square-foot food hall will also feature a full bar with seating for 115 in a centrally-located area. There will be seating for approximately 70 outside on the patios and in the covered paseo between buildings. FOODHALL at Crockett Row will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.

More vendors and an opening date for the food hall will be announced in the coming months.

For more information, visit crockettrow.com/food-hall-crockett-row and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, a movie theater, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and the FOODHALL at Crockett Row, which is slated to open in 2018.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on the website.

Crockett Row at West 7th is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio. FOODHALL at Crockett Row is managed by Hospitality Alliance, a bi-coastal hospitality management, development & consulting firm.

For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th) with the hashtags #crockettrowatwest7th and #crockettrow.

Crockett Row at West 7th announces opening of Crockett Street Food Hall

Crockett Row at West 7th announces opening of Crockett Street Food Hall

Chef John Tesar to open new fast-casual concept

 ­­OCTOBER 9, 2017 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – Crockett Street Food Hall will open in the first half of 2018 at Crockett Row at West 7th on the northwest corner of Crockett Street and Norwood Street. The first of its kind in Fort Worth, the 16,000 square-foot food hall will feature a wide variety of cuisines, including anchor tenant Knife Burger by John Tesar.

Crockett Street Food Hall will house best-in-class, fast-casual food vendors in mini restaurant spaces that range from 100 to 1,000 square feet. A collection of 14 local eateries will include everything from barbecue, burgers, Mexican, sandwiches, coffee, pastries, doughnuts and more.

Inspired by Tesar’s work at The Commissary and Knife in Dallas, Knife Burger will offer a focused menu of 4 to 5 burgers daily and have a full bar. The 1,100 square-foot space will feature counter seating within and open up into the food hall’s larger seating area.

“I’m really excited to open my newest concept at Crockett Row in Fort Worth,” said Tesar. “The atmosphere and energy of the new food hall makes it the perfect location to open a fun and social place like Knife Burger.”

The food hall will be open and airy with a modern, industrial feel and polished concrete floors that lead diners to fluid indoor-outdoor spaces. It will feature a full bar and seating for 115 in a centrally-located area. There will be seating for approximately 70 outside on the patios and in the covered paseo between buildings. Crockett Street Food Hall will be open for breakfast, lunch and dinner and have live music in the evenings.

Crockett Row wanted to the bring the upscale food hall concept to Fort Worth and the Cultural District to offer area residents, workers and visitors the convenience of fast-casual dining with flair.

In partnership with Crockett Row’s leasing team at The Woodmont Company, Hospitality Alliance – which has been involved in the development and opening of some of the top food halls around the U.S. – is bringing top operators and eateries to Crockett Street Food Hall and will manage the space. Interested parties can learn more about leasing opportunities by contacting Hospitality Alliance at crockettstreet@hospitalityalliance.com or Erik Coslik of The Woodmont Company at ecoslik@woodmont.com.

Additional details and an opening date will be announced in the coming months.

El Bolero, Pakpao to open at Crockett Row at West 7th

Apheleia Restaurant Group to help enhance property’s food & beverages offerings

Crockett Row at West 7th has announced that local restaurants El Bolero Cocina Mexicana and Pakpao Thai will open in the property later this year. This news follows the announcement in May that Crockett Row rebranded from its former name as West 7th.

The new restaurants come from Dallas-based Apheleia Restaurant Group, owned by Tiffanee and Richard Ellman. In addition to opening the restaurants, the Ellmans have partnered with the team at Crockett Row to help curate and maintain the property’s engaging food and beverage offerings.

“We knew right from the start there was a big opportunity to partner with Richard and Tiffanee,” said Peter Jacobsen of The Woodmont Company, which oversees leasing. “The Ellmans’ restaurant industry expertise – from concept to execution – will add tremendous value to our team’s efforts to further establish Crockett Row as a destination for truly special dining and entertainment experiences in Fort Worth.

El Bolero is a chic, yet casual Mexican restaurant that uses fresh ingredients to create made-from-scratch dishes inspired by recipes found across the country of Mexico. Chef Jacob Barrios’s menu includes tacos al pastor, shrimp ceviche, chile relleno and a lavender-rosemary margarita. The restaurant will seat 120 people, offer additional seating on an outdoor patio, and feature an open kitchen that will evoke the energy of the streets of Mexico. El Bolero has been featured in D Magazine, Thrillist and USA Today’s 10 Best. The new restaurant will open at 2933 Crockett St. in a 4,200-square-foot space in late fall.

Pakpao has an authentic menu influenced by the street food of Bangkok and the diverse regions of Thailand. The mix of distinctive and classic dishes from Executive Chef Jet Tila and Chef de Cuisine Pierre Trevino include the green papaya salad, crispy fried chicken curry, grilled black sea bass, and a selection of gluten free and vegan offerings. Executive Chef Tila is the judge of Food Network’s “Cutthroat Kitchen” and has been featured on “Chopped”, “Iron Chef America”, “The Early Show” on CBS, “Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations”, and “The Best Thai I Ever Ate”. Additionally, he is a culinary ambassador to Thailand. Pakpao will offer an energetic atmosphere with sizzle from an open kitchen and creative cocktails shaken at the bar. Pakpao will open in a 3,000-square-foot space at 2932 Crockett St. in late fall.

“El Bolero and Pakpao are a perfect fit with Crockett Row and the neighborhood’s selection of dining and nightlife establishments,” said Jacobsen. “We are thrilled to offer these two distinctive, chef-driven restaurants to the community.”

In addition to its new name and branding, Crockett Row will soon debut new architectural enhancements to offer a more pedestrian-friendly experience. Updates include individually-designed tenant storefronts, additional shading and landscaping, public art, and a text-to-retrieve valet system with a central pick-up and drop-off location.

Retail and restaurant leasing at Crockett Row is led by The Woodmont Company, and the property is managed by Vestar. For more information, visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th).

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and a movie theater.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on its website.

The property is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.

For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th) with the hashtags #crockettrowatwest7th and #crockettrow.

West 7th in Fort Worth Announces New Name ─ Crockett Row at West 7th

New tenants West Elm, Common Desk and C.H. Robinson
to open this summer and fall

MAY 16, 2017 – FORT WORTH, TEXAS – West 7th in Fort Worth has unveiled its new name and branding as Crockett Row at West 7th. The name is inspired by Crockett Street, which runs through the middle of the development and is lined with specialty shops and patio restaurants. The Crockett Row at West 7th logo and branding reflect a clean, modern look that also proudly pay homage to Cowtown’s western culture.

Vestar, which manages Crockett Row at West 7th, partnered with The Woodmont Company to lead the rebranding and a strategic leasing campaign to reposition the property’s street-level retail space.

In addition, local architecture firm Bennett Benner Partners has designed many new architectural enhancements to offer a more consumer-friendly experience. Updates include individually-designed tenant storefronts, additional shading and landscaping, public art, and a text-to-retrieve valet system with a central pick-up and drop-off location.

“The tremendous growth of the West 7th area drove the decision to evolve the identity of the property,” said Senior Vice President Peter Jacobsen of The Woodmont Company. “The Crockett Row brand will better distinguish the property’s popular restaurants, stores and events to continue to attract visitors, as well as the very best retail and dining concepts.”

In a few short months, the leasing team, lead by Jacobsen and Erik Coslik, has secured several prominent tenants including West Elm, Common Desk and C.H. Robinson.

As announced in April, West Elm will open this summer in an 11,000-square-foot space at 2869 W. Seventh St. The store will feature a selection of furnishings and décor products made by Texas-based designers as part of the West Elm LOCAL program. A design lab will offer West Elm Style + Service. This initiative demonstrates the company’s commitment to support the Fort Worth community of artists, creators and designers.

Common Desk, created by local entrepreneur Nick Clark, offers coworking space for freelancers, startups and small companies. While maintaining its industrial chic brand, Common Desk makes each of its locations unique to the vibes of that neighborhood. This office will be the fourth Dallas-Fort Worth location and have 75 shared seats, 110 dedicated desks, private offices and conference rooms along with amenities such as an outdoor patio and a hospitality bar with snacks and coffee. Sign up for a tour and learn more about Common Desk memberships at thecommondesk.com. Common Desk will open in September in a 13,000-square-foot space at 2833 Crockett St.

C.H. Robinson will relocate its Fort Worth office to an 11,984-square-foot space at 812 Norwood St. in August. The company is one of the world’s largest third party logistics providers of freight transportation, outsource solutions, produce sourcing and information services.

“First-to-market tenants like West Elm and Common Desk will further establish Crockett Row as a vibrant destination in Fort Worth,” said Cristina Ruiz-Goodwin, marketing director of Crockett Row at West 7th. “We’re proud to offer guests a distinctive mix of top national and locally-owned retailers & restaurants, as well as dynamic arts and cultural events.”

Located in Fort Worth’s Cultural District, Crockett Row at West 7th will launch several new events this year as part of its rebranding. Events include Blues Brunch in July; the Local Filmmakers’ Festival with Film Fort Worth in October; and Illuminate in November. Signature family-favorite events will remain, including the Chalk Art Festival in September and the Starlight Symphony show in December.

Signage with the new Crockett Row at West 7th brand will be installed in the coming months. The parking garages will be enhanced with new wayfinding features to improve the guest experience. Garage parking will be exclusively for use by guests of Crockett Row at West 7th.

More exciting new tenants will be announced soon. For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th) with the hashtags #crockettrowatwest7th and #crockettrow.

ABOUT CROCKETT ROW AT WEST 7TH
Crockett Row at West 7th is a vibrant destination to eat, drink, shop and explore in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. Located at the southeast corner of West Seventh Street and University Drive North just minutes from Downtown Fort Worth, Crockett Row at West 7th encompasses five walkable blocks of fashion and accessory boutiques, salons and spas, gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, and a movie theater.

Crockett Row at West 7th regularly hosts community and special events to highlight its unique mix of specialty shops & restaurants and the vibrant arts & culture scene in Fort Worth. A list of events is available on its website.

The property is managed by Vestar, a nationally recognized leader in the acquisition, management and development of retail real estate with more than 26 million square feet in its property portfolio.

For more information, please visit crockettrow.com and follow Crockett Row at West 7th on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram (@CrockettRowW7th) with the hashtags #crockettrowatwest7th and #crockettrow.

ABOUT THE WOODMONT COMPANY
Founded in 1980, The Woodmont Company is a full-service commercial real estate firm headquartered in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas. The Woodmont Company specializes in retail properties and has expertise in ground-up development, redevelopment, asset management, property management, investment sales, marketing and leasing of regional malls, outlet centers, power centers, community centers, lifestyle centers, neighborhood centers and specialty centers. The Woodmont Company has developed more than 15 million square feet of retail real estate throughout the United States with a value of more than $4 billion and currently owns, manages and/or leases more than 20 million square feet of shopping centers, including third party management and leasing for institutional clients, realty advisors and private investors. For more information, please visit www.woodmont.com.

West Elm to Open First Fort Worth Store at West 7th

West 7th Fort Worth is proud to announce that West Elm will open its first Fort Worth location this summer in the development at 2869 West 7th St. The store, located on the high-visibility corner of West 7th and Currie Street, will occupy an 10,502 square-foot space at the street level.

With the mission ofhelping customers express their personal style at home, work and away, everything West Elm does is designed to make an impact in everyday life, from creating unique, affordable designs for modern living to its community-driven in-store events and collaborations.

West Elm will feature a selection of Texas-based makers and designers who will sell their products in the store’s fall assortment of modern furnishings and décor as part of the west elm LOCAL program and a design lab will offer West Elm Style + Service. This initiative demonstrates the company’s commitment to support the Fort Worth community of artists, makers and designers.

The Woodmont Company, responsible for leasing efforts at West 7th, sees the long-term synergy between a company like West Elm and the West 7th development.

“The Cultural District is truly special, and West 7th is proud to be an integral part of this community,” said Peter Jacobsen, senior vice president at The Woodmont Company. “We believe the commitment by West Elm and our upcoming announcements of other new retailers and restaurants is further testament to the neighborhood’s evolution into one of the top urban, walkable shopping and entertainment districts in Texas.”

West Elm will announce grand opening plans this summer. For up-to-date information on in- store promotions and events, please follow the West Elm Fort Worth store on Instagram (@westelmfortworth) and Facebook.

West 7th is managed by Vestar. For more information about the property, please visit west- 7th.com and facebook.com/West7th.

ABOUT WEST 7TH
West 7th is a premier shopping, dining and entertainment streetscape located in the heart of the Cultural District in Fort Worth, Texas. The development encompasses nearly five blocks of pedestrian-friendly urban elements. Visitors will find everything from fashion and accessory boutiques to salons and spas, plus gourmet and fast-casual restaurants and bars, as well as a movie theater.

For more information, visit west-7th.com and facebook.com/West7th.