H-E-B DIGS into MacGregor Market

H-E-B Breaks Ground on 90,000 sq. ft. store slated to open late 2019

HOUSTON – H-E-B is pleased to officially break ground on its new MacGregor Market located at the intersection of N. MacGregor Way and SH 288.  The new, 90,000 sq. ft. store located in the Third Ward/Riverside community will feature expansive shopping options and added services for convenience, quality selection and unsurpassed freshness.  H-E-B leadership along with Mayor Sylvester Turner and Councilmember Dwight Boykins will lead the official groundbreaking ceremony Saturday, February 9 at 10a.m.

“We are thankful to the community for supporting our expansion in this important, historic area of Houston,” said Winell Herron, H-E-B’s Group VP for Public Affairs, Diversity and Environmental Affairs.  “We are excited to build a store with the best that H-E-B has to offer.”

MacGregor Market shoppers will enjoy our traditional selections of local favorites as well as fresh Produce, Dairy, H-E-B Organics, full-service scratch Bakery Department with artisan breads and self-serve pastry items, an expansive Deli featuring in-house roasted meats, full-service Seafood Department, Wine Department with a variety of local, national, and international labels to choose from, Healthy Living, a Floral Department offering online ordering, a full-service Meat Market, a full line of Meal Simple items, an in-house Pharmacy with dedicated pick-up and drop-off counters as well as a drive-thru window, and one of H-E-B’s newest features, a dedicated Curbside pick-up area.

“I am confident this store will serve as the catalyst for more economic development and revitalization in the Third Ward/Riverside community and will be heralded as a national model for public/private partnerships,” said City Councilmember Dwight Boykins, District D.

Construction will begin soon with completion scheduled for late 2019.  This store will be a shopping destination with unsurpassed freshness, quality and variety, all at H-E-B’s celebrated low prices.


H-E-B, with sales of $26 billion, operates more than 400 stores in Texas and Mexico.  Known for its innovation and community service, H-E-B celebrates its 114thanniversary this year.  Recognized for its fresh food, quality products, convenient services, and a commitment to environmental responsibility and sustainability, H-E-B strives to provide the best customer experience at everyday low prices.  Based in San Antonio, H-E-B employs over 110,000 Partners in Texas and Mexico and serves millions of customers in more than 300 communities.  For more information, visit heb.com.

Photo credit:  Courtesy of H-E-B


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