Dallas-Fort Worth bags 3 new Kroger supermarkets opening in 2024
Three Dallas-Fort Worth cities are set to score new supermarkets.
According to a release, the Kroger supermarket chain is opening three new Kroger Marketplace format stores in North Texas in three cities: Plano, Melissa, and Fort Worth. Specific addresses
These will be the first new-build Kroger stores in North Texas since 2019 when they opened a store in McKinney at 1801 North Lake Forest Dr.
The stores will open in 2024.
Kroger's Dallas Division president Keith Shoemaker says the three areas were chosen because of their "booming growth."
Kroger currently operates more than 100 stores in North and East Texas and more than 200 stores total throughout Texas.
Marketplace format stores are multi-department stores offering full-service grocery, pharmacy, and expanded general merchandise including outdoor living products, electronics, home goods, apparel, and toys. Marketplace stores typically range in size from 100,000 to 130,000 square feet. Hello direct shot at H-E-B.
In 2022, Kroger opened a Fulfillment Center in South Dallas to focus solely on the growing demand for grocery delivery service. With spoke facilities since constructed in Austin, San Antonio and Oklahoma City, the company has added the capability to serve an ever-increasing digital audience and more remote communities without the need for brick-and-mortar stores.
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