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Construction Begins On H-E-B Store In Fort Worth, TX

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H-E-B has begun construction on a store in north Tarrant County. Set to open in late spring 2024, the new store will be located at 3451 Heritage Trace Parkway on the northern edge of Fort Worth.

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What will be known as H-E-B Alliance will join two Central Market locations, which have served Tarrant Co. for more than two decades, and H-E-B Mansfield, a location announced earlier this year.

The 117,000-square-foot store will include a True Texas BBQ restaurant with drive-thru, as well as curbside and home delivery, allowing customers to place orders online for pickup at the store or delivery. Other features include a pharmacy with drive-thru and Texas Backyard department with a selection of outdoor products.

Additionally, the store will include a Wellness Primary Care clinic, offering primary care for all people ages 12 and older, operating with registered dieticians. Services will include primary care, physical therapy, health/nutrition coaching, clinical pharmacists, specialty referrals and labs.

“We’re excited to become neighbors in this dynamic and growing area of Tarrant County, a community we’ve served and been a part of for more than 20 years with our Central Market stores,” said Juan-Carlos Rück, EVP of North West food/drug division. “With the addition of H-E-B Alliance, we look forward to providing an outstanding shopping experience and the best H-E-B has to offer.”

The announcement for the store comes on the heels of other store openings in Frisco and Plano. In the Dallas-Fort Worth area, H-E-B has also announced stores in McKinney and Allen, which are under construction; and Mansfield, which will break ground soon.

“H-E-B is a true Texas legacy, and a perfect fit for Cowtown. Like our residents, I am thrilled to welcome H-E-B Alliance to the rapidly growing North Fort Worth community, anchoring the area’s continued economic growth and promoting healthy, thriving Fort Worth families,” said Mattie Parker, Fort Worth mayor.

To celebrate the groundbreaking, H-E-B gave $10,000 each to five community nonprofits, including the Perot Elementary, Artes de la Rosa, Alliance for Children, Community Storehouse and Cornerstone Assistance Network. These donations build upon the company’s support of more than 150 non-profit organizations and public schools in the DFW Metroplex.

“One of the true joys of being a part of H-E-B is getting to know local organizations doing great work in the communities we serve,” said Mabrie Jackson, senior director of public affairs. “We are proud to support these five organizations, and we look forward to continue serving our new neighbors now and well into the future.”

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