Lantana Place adds five new tenants on Southwest Parkway

Developers of Lantana Place, the 325,000- square-foot, mixed-use development at William Cannon Drive and Southwest Parkway, have announced retail tenants.

Developers of Lantana Place, the 325,000- square-foot, mixed-use development at William Cannon Drive and Southwest Parkway, have announced retail tenants.

Lantana Place, the mixed-use development located at the corner of Southwest Parkway and William Cannon Drive in South Austin, has added five new tenants.

CBRE, a commercial real estate group that represents landlord Stratus Properties, announced in a May 2 news release it had executed lease agreements with Lux Rox Boutique, UPS, Orangetheory Fitness, Lantana Nail & Spa and Black Rock Coffee Bar.

“Lantana Place is the first large retail center of its kind on Southwest Parkway and the developer has incorporated a very high level of exterior design providing a strong sense of place in this largely underserved retail market,” CBRE Senior Vice President Eric DeJernett said in the release. “This is an incredible location for a wide variety of retailers as they are within close proximity to a large population of both residential and office tenants and this is, currently, the only large retail establishment in the area.”

Lux Rox is an apparel and jewelry boutique that opened in Lantana Place on April 30. The store was previously located at 6317 Bee Caves Road, Ste. 210, Austin, before moving to the new spot.

National chain Orangetheory Fitness, which has over 20 gyms in the Greater Austin area, plans to open the new Lantana Place location July 13, according to an Orangetheory representative.

Lantana Nail & Spa will offer manicures and pedicures, and customers are also offered up to two complementary drinks during an appointment, such as wine, champagne, mimosas, soft drinks and water.

Black Rock Coffee Bar is a national coffee chain with close to 50 locations throughout the country. According to the company’s website, it does not currently operate any bars in Texas.

Last winter, the first round of tenants for Lantana Place were announced, many of which have opened in the months since. Tenants include Carve American Grille by Perry’s, Westlake Dermatology, Realty Austin, Cobalt Blue Salon, Scissors & Scotch, Marigold Market, Enamel Dental and Lone Star Eye.
By Nicholas Cicale

Nick was born in Long Island, New York and grew up in South Florida. He graduated from Florida State University in 2012 with a bachelor's degree in writing and a minor in music. Nick was a journalist for three years at the St. James Plaindealer in Minnesota before moving to Austin to join Community Impact Newspaper in 2016.


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