Tyler Station nears 100% occupancy

On February 15, GreenPet Dallas will become the first business to move from the Bishop Arts District to Tyler Station, the former Dixico plant that became a mixed-use collaborative village and marketplace in 2016. The beloved pet supply store will join a long list of shops that have pushed 1300 S. Polk St. to near 100% occupancy.

Crumb & Kettle Bakery, Zephyr Floral, ReyCol Barber Shop and The TX Studio are some of the businesses by young, creative entrepreneurs that have joined nonprofits like 2000 Roses in a diverse list of tenants – from Church in the Cliff to Rawsome CBD Products and Oak Cliff Brewing Co. – in their eclectic new home.

To boost traffic and give folks an excuse to sip beer and shop, Tyler Station began hosting First Thursdays, a new monthly open house bringing artisans, food trucks, musicians, craftsmen and customers together on the first Thursday of every month from 6-10pm. The next event will take place on the evening of March 7.

As parking is limited, guests are encouraged to park at Hampton Station which is one DART stop over; however, you may have noticed that when the light rail system opened in 1996 there was no pedestrian connection needed between the station and what was then an industrial use – in fact, a wall was built to separate the two. “On March 5, DART will hold a meeting to discuss plans for removing sections of the wall and preserving the art to make the station more user-friendly for the neighborhood and tenants, and provide a open air healthy environment,” says Tara Stargrove, property manager at Tyler Station.

For a complete list of tenants at Tyler Station, visit tylerstation.com/tenants.