The mega development at Sylvan Thirty has turned this Dallas neighborhood into a jam-packed place for food, shopping, living, fitness, and fun. (Gorgeous #views, too!)
Sylvan | Thirty is much more than just a place to pick up some vegetables or grab a quick bite to eat. With farmers markets, public art displays by local artisans, and countless community events, Sylvan | Thirty always offers a hub of activity in the community. With more than 200 studios and lofts, local retailers and a local, organic grocery market with farm fresh produce, artisan breads, and a high-quality butcher, it’s a foodie’s paradise.
This thriving destination, located south of Trinity Groves in West Dallas, includes many buzz-worthy restaurants such as Ten Ramen, Whisk Crepes Café, Austin’s Juiceland, and Tacodeli, as well as the all-natural grocer Cox Farms Market, and CiboDivino Marketplace, a haven of tasty competitively priced wines you can enjoy on their spacious patio alongside international foods, pizza, and dessert. The popular Knox-Henderson coffee destination, Houndstooth, opened their doors today.
Dallasites can check out the new modern residential lofts, the boutique Sync Yoga studio and a full-service Craft & Company Salon, which opened this May. The salon now offers residents and visitors of the mixed-use complex expert cutting, styling, coloring, makeup application, special events styling, keratin smoothing treatments, and more. Fashion geeks, pay attention: Craft & Company carries Balmain extensions, the sole extension line directly connected with a fashion house. They will also offer Goldwell color and products by Luxury Brand Partners, the genius minds behind Oribe‘s award-winning haircare products.
With all this and more retailers being added soon, it’s no wonder Dallasites are headed to Sylvan Thirty for the tasty food, warm creative atmosphere, and hub of community activity. Stay tuned on their Facebook page for more exciting updates! We hope to see even more retail shops popping up soon.
Image 1 courtesy of Sylvan Thirty. Image 2 courtesy of Winerist.