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With two shopping centers located within Riverstone, convenience is key. It’s easy to pick up a quart of milk, drop by for a latte or enjoy a massage without leaving the community.
The Village at Riverstone and Riverstone Place Shopping Center both make their home in our community offering up a plethora of retail stores, fast casual restaurants and services.
Riverstone Place opened in 2019 with Starbuck’s, Pacific Dental and Supercuts the 28,000-square-foot facility’s first tenants. Exercise studios F45, CycleBar and Stretch Lab quickly followed. Just last month, Saladworks, a made-to-order restaurant specializing in salads, sandwiches, soups and other fare announced plans to take up residence in Riverstone Place.
Across the street is The Village at Riverstone, which anchors our community’s first on-site grocery store, Kroger. The Village houses 23 tenants offering services ranging from health and beauty to banking and fitness.
Residents are able to pick up organic pet food from Natural Pawz, keep fit at Orangetheory or Yoga Six and visit their choice of dental offices at Ideal Dental or University Pediatric Dentistry.
When it comes to pampering, there are plenty of options, including Aisha’s Salon and Spa, Hand and Stone Massage and Nails of America. Great Clips keeps locks trimmed.
Also, available to Riverstone residents are Diesel Barbershop, Hospitality Urgent Care, Milano Nail Spa, The Joint, Angel Liquor, Chase Bank, Regions Bank, Texas State Optical, Valvoline, Umami, Upscale Cleaners, Main Squeeze Juice Company, MOD Superfast Pizza and Wendy’s. There’s even a postal annex.
As you can see, when it comes to shopping, Riverstone residents have it made and new tenants are arriving all of the time. Come shop with us — better yet, come live here and you’ll have all of this around the corner, too!
Photo courtesy: Regency Centers