Shake Shack, the New York-based burger and shake chain, confirmed it will open a new eco-friendly location in Southlake Town Square in late 2018. Construction commenced this summer, and the neighborhood couldn’t be more excited. The 3,165 SF Southlake Shake Shack will be located just down the street from The Parkview Residences on 125 Central Avenue. Parkview residents and their neighbors will be able to dine on the location’s 770 SF covered patio, which will provide ample seating for patrons who want to enjoy their meal outdoors.
In keeping with the elevated fast food chain’s environmentally conscious ethos, this restaurant will be constructed using recycled and sustainable materials. Booths will be made from lumber certified by the Forest Stewardship Council, tabletops will be made from reclaimed bowling alley lanes, and the restaurant will boast installations from local artists. While the eco-friendly construction is a new initiative, the “Southlake Shack” will serve the same brand classics guests love, like crinkle-cut fries and its signature ShackBurger, which (like all of Shake Shack’s burgers) is made using all-natural 100% Angus beef with no hormones or antibiotics.
One of the many perks of living in The Garden District is enjoying the ongoing improvements and additions to Southlake Town Square that make life in Southlake exceptional. With several new restaurants and shops popping up in Southlake Town Square in the coming months, it is an exciting time to become an owner at The Parkview Residences, Southlake’s first—and only—luxury condominiums. Not only will owners enjoy an effortless lock-and-leave lifestyle with first-class amenities, they will also be a part of DFW’s #1 Walkable Community, with access to popular shops and fine dining.
Interested in learning more about luxury living in Southlake Town Square? Contact our sales team today to find out more about The Parkview Residences. Our experienced team will be able to answer any of your questions, and are happy to discuss the countless advantages to life in Southlake Town Square.