That Park Lane Development Is Now Open For Living and Shopping

The 33.5-acre Park Lane mixed-use development, across Central Expressway from NorthPark Center, today announced that it's open for business -- which is to say, four of the 15 announced restaurants and retailers will commence to sellin' beginning tomorrow. First up is Nordstrom Rack, followed by the bows of Dick's Sporting Goods, which only yesterday saw its stock price rise after an analyst deemed it "well-positioned to weather the economic downturn"; The Children's Place; and Lane Bryant/Cacique.

Also opening its doors today: The Heights at Park Lane -- 433,000 square feet of "luxury residence," where your least-expensive option is a 965-square foot, one-bedroom, one-bathroom loft starting at $1,618 a month. Which seems quite the steal, considering the three-bedroom option opens at $5,305.

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