By Jacob Sturm
Just north of Mustang city limits is about to be offering Mustang residents with tons of new
business close to town.
That is thanks to the efforts of the Brookstone Village development on Mustang Road, which
has been the center of attention for the past year as plenty of construction takes place around
29 th street and Mustang Road.
Top Line Nails & Lashes, Great Clips, Summer Moon Coffee, Iron Title Insurance Agency and Pho
Hein Vietnamese Soup are some of the retail developments going into the frontage sections of
the development on the side of the development on Mustang Road.
Caleb Hill, the developer from PrecorRuffin, also mentioned the three retail buildings have
interested parties planning to move in as well. That includes a pending Boba Tea lease, a
sandwich shop considering one of the shops in the northernmost structure of the three, a
fitness operator and a to-go pizza concept that have not been named as of yet.
As for the confirmed businesses, Hill mentioned the plans for opening all line up relatively
smoothly with each other.
“These are all finalized and they’ll be remodeling or constructing the interiors of their suites,”
Hill said. “Probably in the next 30 days they’ll start. My guess is they’ll open the first of the year.
So, January or February of 2024 will be all of these.”
He also mentioned the unnamed concepts will likely open sometime soon afterward as the
leases become finalized with the PrecorRuffin developers.
As for other parts of the development, JackBe has made some notable progress in their
construction. Hill said PrecorRuffin sold the group the land and said they anticipate opening up
in a few months.
Hill also said Domino has been working on their certificate of occupancy. He said his best guess
would be that they would open by Oct. 15.
An Ace Hardware store is also coming as part of the Brookstone Village development on
Southwest 29 th street. Hill said the company closed on almost two acres, and said he believed
the company had a building permit to get started.
“That’s an exciting use in my mind,” Hill said. “I know the rest of this is pretty exciting, but from
a community standpoint, a hardware store in this neighborhood is pretty important for access…
I’m very excited about the Ace Hardware (store).”
Two other parcels of land, amounting to three acres total, are not yet claimed around the Ace
Hardware within the development.
The last part of the development that has been rapidly built over the past six months is the
apartment complex. Brookstone Village accounts for 150 units, with Hill saying the apartments
are starting to roll out their leasing teams and marketing their suites.
“It’s going to be a pretty neat concept,” Hill said. “I’d call it new to market. I know it doesn’t feel
that way because it looks like an apartment building, but you’ve got parallel parking in the
front. Almost this urban feel down the middle of the project, and then you’ve got small parking
fields on the sides. So, it’s going to feel a little tighter. It’s going to feel a little more like a
community. It’s going to be walkable obviously to coffee shops and restaurants and retail.”