New Units Coming to Preston Towne Crossing
With sweet and savory options, the new shops at Preston Towne Crossing and Berkeley Square in Plano, Texas, are raising the flavor factor for the neighborhood. SusieCakes Bakery is serving up home-style desserts—made daily in-house—to Preston Towne Crossing at their newly opened location.
The bakery specializes in sentimental sweets, cookies and cakes with a friendly, old-fashioned neighborhood feel. VOM FASS will also open their doors at Preston Towne Crossing in December of this year. The shop offers exclusive cask-aged vinegars, oils, select wines, spirits and liqueurs. Everything is sold straight from the cask, allowing for greater flexibility and choice for customers, creating a unique experience paired with excellent service. Berkeley Square welcomed Kenny's East Coast Pizza earlier this summer.
The latest concept in the Kenny's family of restaurants, this spot offers classic pies inspired by those found on the streets of New York, alongside Italian-American fare, big salads and Kenny's original roasted wings. Dugg Burger also has a new home at Berkeley Square. With their second location, this Texas shop is turning the world of burgers upside-down by providing a deliciously simple, yet innovative eating experience. They dig out the bun and fill it with any of the toppings of your choice, serving it up in a mouthwatering style.
"These two centers share an incredible dynamic—one that continues to evolve and provide the community with interesting opportunities," says Tom Kiler, senior vice president, Western Region of EDENS. "We're excited to welcome these new retailers, and we know that they'll enhance our shoppers' lives."
EDENS develops, owns and operates shopping centers in primary markets across the country. Focusing on community-oriented development and redevelopment together with key acquisitions in urban areas, the company has built an institutional-quality portfolio of more than 120 retail centers. EDENS has regional headquarters in Boston, Washington D.C., Atlanta, Miami, Houston and Columbia, South Carolina.