One of the famous landmarks in Richardson just finished its reboot to keep up with the modern times according to a Dallas Morning News article. They say,
“The 162,925-square-foot retail center got an exterior makeover and new tenants.
“As a result of the continued improvements, which keep the center as exciting and viable as the day it opened, a roster of new retailers will be joining Dal-Rich, and the center has seen increased tenant retention and retailer lease renewals,” Blane O’Banion, Weitzman senior vice president and a project leasing agent for the center, said in a statement.
New tenants in the retail center include Kalos & Muse Nail Salon & Spa and Steele Beautiful Skincare.”
The shopping center was constructed back in the 60’s where it became the pioneer and melting pop for the people of Dallas according to a Local Today which reports,
“Dal-Rich Towne Square was built on Coit and Belt Line streets in the 1960s. It was one of the first major retail centers in the northern Dallas suburbs.
Over the years, Dal-Rich has been expanded and remodeled several times.
It has been owned by a partnership organized by retail real estate firm Weitzman since the 1970s.
Announced in 1963, Dal-Rich was built by Richardson’s pioneering Stults family, who had owned the land since 1873. Dallas developers Hugh Prather and Charles Brown were partners in the project.”
Dal-Rich is also home to different restaurants like Tacos y Mas, Wing Bucket, Imperial Cuisine and Curry Bliss.