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Fort Worth's Stockyards Wants to Corral More Retail

Image via Fort Worth Stockyards/Facebook
Image via Fort Worth Stockyards/Facebook

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The Hickman family, investors and owners of a large part of Fort Worth's Stockyards, is partnering with a California firm on a $175 million three-phase redevelopment project that could add more retail to the North Fort Worth area, says the Star-Telegram.

"What's so great about the Stockyards, it has an international brand, it's already iconic, the theme is already determined, the culture is already determined," said Craig Cavileer, executive vice president of Majestic Realty, to the paper. "We just have infrastructure that's been completely neglected for 60 years."
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