Frisco retailers open in 2018; more to come in 2019

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Frisco retailers opened in 2018, coming soon
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Frisco retailers opened in 2018, coming soon
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Frisco retailers opened in 2018, coming soon
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Frisco retailers opened in 2018, coming soon
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Frisco retailers opened in 2018, coming soon
The following is a noncomprehensive list of shops that opened in Frisco in 2018 or are coming soon in 2019.

Beauty/health


1. Bathdelicious
2601 Preston Road
469-277-2369
www.bathdelicious.us

2. CBD Wellness-Artistic Organics
7227 Main St., Ste. 300
469-388-1099
www.artisticorganics.com

3. Haylo Wellness
7004 Lebanon Road, Ste. 106
469-777-3777
www.cbdhemps.com

4. Lush
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 1054
www.lushusa.com

Clothes/shoes


5. Burlington
2871 Preston Road
www.burlington.com

6. Leggings Park
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2094

7. Spell-Bound Prom
3211 Preston Road
469-888-4277
www.spellboundboutiques.com

8. Tumbleweed TexStyles
Southeast corner of South County Road and Main Street
www.tumbleweedtexstyles.com

9. Windsor
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2136
972-668-6255
www.windsorstore.com

Electronics


10. Wireless Zone
8049 Preston Road
www.wirelesszone.com

Food/beverage


11. Hareli Fresh Market
2525 W. Main St.
469-980-7222
www.harelifm.com

12. La Suprema Market
6726 Main St., Ste. 100
469-294-0072
www.facebook.com/lasupremamarket

13. Market Street
4268 Legacy Drive
214-705-0310
www.marketstreetunited.com

Gifts/hobbies


14. Cute Crush
9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 220
www.cutecrushco.com

15. Mason’s Cards and Collectibles
3500 Victory Group Way, Ste. 200
817-789-2837
www.masonscardsfrisco.com

Home/garden


16. Bassett Home Furnishings
8245 Gaylord Parkway
469-362-6642
www.bassettfurniture.com

17. Boxcar House
6990 Main St., Ste. 15
469-731-0959
www.boxcarhouse.com

18. Levitz Mattress Company
1810 Parkwood Blvd.
469-306-2693
www.levitzmattress.com

19. Levitz Mattress Company
16100 SH 121, Frisco
www.levitzmattress.com

20. Modani Furniture
7744 SH 121
214-937-4250
www.modani.com

21. Noble Trades
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 1008

Jewelry/accessories


22. Diamonds Direct
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 3050
www.diamondsdirect.com

23. Eye Source
8049 Preston Road, Ste. 200
214-872-2400
www.friscoeyesource.com

24. Invicta
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 2059
www.invictawatch.com

25. Longhorn Jewelry Exchange
252 Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 600
469-200-5750
www.longhornjewelryexchange.com

26. My Eyelab
16100 SH 121, Ste. 130
214-647-4764
www.myeyelab.com

27. Noble Fine Jewelry
9166 Gaylord Parkway
972-292-9796
https://noble.jewelry

28. Paramount Jewelers
2601 Preston Road, Ste. 1012
469-476-4155
www.paramountjewelersdallas.com

Miscellaneous


29. Daiso Japan
9292 Warren Parkway, Ste. 220
www.daisojapan.com

30. Goodwill Industries of Dallas Inc.
3939 Ohio Drive
214-436-4110
www.goodwilldallas.org

31. Walmart
16066 SH 121
469-675-1684
www.walmart.com

Pets


32. Earthwise Pet
252 W. Stonebrook Parkway, Ste. 650
www.earthwisepet.com

33. Hollywood Feed
5729 Lebanon Road, Ste. 180
469-664-0040
www.hollywoodfeed.com

This list is noncomprehensive.


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