By  on September 10, 2008

DALLAS — Prime Outlets, a developer of off-price malls that feature designer fashion, wants a piece of the retail action in the metro Dallas region, which has showed strength during the U.S. economic downturn.

The company plans to open its first north Texas outlet center by holiday 2009 in Grand Prairie, Tex., a suburb between Dallas and Fort Worth. Executives said the 485,000-square-foot center will feature 120 stores and a food court and will cost at least $100 million to build. Construction is to begin this fall.

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