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Walmart Neighborhood Market announced

A 41,179-square-foot Walmart Neighborhood Market is set to come to Teasley Town Square at Teasley Lane and Ryan Road in Denton.

This is the first store announcement for the project by Lockard, which was announced in March as a “grocery-anchored neighborhood center.”

The Walmart Neighborhood Market stores are much smaller than the retailer’s super centers, and sell groceries and pharmaceuticals.

Teasley Town Square is on 13.5 acres, and the Walmart will take up 5.34 acres, according to a news release. Additional space is available for lease in the retail center next to the store, and additional outer parcels are available.

David Wilson, executive vice president of Lockard, said in the release that the center will provide hundreds of new jobs.

A timeline for the project was not announced.


DoubleDave’s opens new location on Teasley

While there isn’t a buffet, there is a new DoubleDave’s Pizzaworks in Denton at 1776 Teasley Lane.

The location opened Monday. It offers only carry-out and delivery orders and will be open from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Sunday through Thursday, and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday.

The franchise owners of the DoubleDave’s on West University Drive, brothers Ali and Amir Kohandani, opened the second location to be able to better provide for customers on the south side of town, according to a news release.

Both locations are currently hiring, and the Teasley Lane location will celebrate a grand opening in June, according to the release.


Wine Squared adding patio space

Wine Squared has started construction on a patio space outside of its location at 110 W. Oak St., set to be complete in about a month, owner and manager Brook Ray said.

The covered patio will be concrete, with wooden stairs, a stone and iron fence and an outdoor bar. There will also be ceiling fans and lighting in the ceiling, she said.

It will seat 30 to 45 people at full capacity, and the store will hold a grand opening for the public once the project is complete.

— Staff reports

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