H-E-B will open two more Central Market stores in Dallas

By Maria Halkias and the Dallas Morning News

H-E-B just disclosed plans that will make some neighborhoods happy and others not so much.

The San Antonio-based grocer said Tuesday that it will open two more Central Market stores in Dallas: at Midway Road and West Northwest Highway in Dallas and a second in Uptown at McKinney and Lemmon Avenue. 

This is the location in Uptown where Central Market is planning to open a new Dallas stores. The grocer didn't disclose when it will open. The last name on the store was Minyard Sun Fresh Market. Albertsons first built it in the 1990s and it was the only store in the area for several years. DMN file photo
This is the location in Uptown where Central Market is planning to open a new Dallas stores. The grocer didn’t disclose when it will open. The last name on the store was Minyard Sun Fresh Market. Albertsons first built it in the 1990s and it was the only store in the area for several years. 
DMN file photo

Both stores were among the six Sun Fresh Market stores that H-E-B purchased in August from RLS Supermarkets of Carrollton. The transaction was completed in September, and since then H-E-B has decided to sell the remaining four locations.

The 42,000-square-foot store at Midway Road and Northwest Highway will be gutted and will target shoppers in the western Preston Hollow, Bluffview and Devonshire areas of northwest Dallas.

Central Market is still evaluating the timing of the Uptown store opening. Read More >