H-E-B store to open in Dallas-Fort Worth area to ‘serve more Texans’

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The City of Dallas is excited to learn that they will soon have their own H-E-B store.

Despite the success that the chain has had throughout Texas, the arrival into Dallas is new territory.

The new store will be a significantly large one, spanning 111,000 square feet and will bring jobs to roughly 425 people. 

“H-E-B has had strong success across Texas and is always on the lookout to expand into new and existing markets to serve more Texans,” Mabrie Jackson, director of Public Affairs, said. 

The decision to bring H-E-B to the DFW area was not made lightly and took a large number of factors into consideration. 

“As we think about the future of our business and position ourselves for success, we looked at several deciding factors such as market demand, strong population growth and real estate availability—new land acquisitions and locations in our existing real estate portfolio,” Jackson said. 

Naturally, the explosive growth which has occurred in Collin County, led to residents seeking out more of their favorite stores, of which H-E-B is one. 

“The number of requests we received from residents to build here has been overwhelming. With these factors in mind, opening stores in Collin County is a natural fit. We look forward to serving more of the DFW market in the future,” Jackson said. 

In addition to the normal offerings of H-E-B, the new store in Collin County will feature a True Texas BBQ restaurant within. 

This store will join others in the area — albeit outside of DFW — that exist in Burleson, Hudson Oaks, Granbury and Waxahachie.

Frisco Mayor Jeff Cheney said that this is an exciting development for the residents of the area and told skeptics that they will soon understand why the community is so eager for H-E-B to arrive in DFW.

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