There was a time when towns and villages were planned so that all of life happened within walking distance. The community’s town square was the center of activity, the place to go for whatever you needed – whether for business, daily errands, or just to have fun and meet your neighbors. To visit the town square was to find the living, breathing heart of a place.
TODAY, THIS PLACE IS SOUTHLAKE TOWN SQUARE.
A charming take on America’s most vibrant and enduring historic small downtowns – places where street plans and sidewalks invite walking and biking, where shops and businesses are mixed with homes and parks and landscaping are at every turn.
Southlake Town Square has been Southlake’s hub of activity, serving as the community’s downtown since 1999.
Today, Town Square encompasses over 1.4 million square feet of retail shopping, office space, Southlake City Hall, a Hilton hotel, Harkins Theatres, and 43 Main Street Brownstones that provide luxury in-town living.